Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by bowerj, Oct 22, 2010.
German SIG > HK > US Made SIG
The HK, on the other hand, will run wet or dry without negative impact on the firearm.
Shoot 'em both and see which you prefer. Those are two high-ticket items and you owe it to yourself to try them. I'd go for a Sig P229 E2 myself.
Sigs are reliable, but don't fit my hand as well.
I have been using P30 for a year now and I was wondering if I need to add the SigP229 to my arsenal. Does is it offer anything above and beyond P30?
ive never handled the sig.
I like the sig better than the hk.
better" of the two...but they're both fantastic pistols
The P30 is lighter however. But if I wanted a lighter .40 poly pistol it would be the Walther PPQ without a second thought.
wouldn't call that apples to apples--one's hammer fired one striker fired. a quality hammer fired pistol is always going to be more costly to produce.
Not true. Arguments with absolutes such as "always" are easily defeated. Case in point: P7M8.
Whatever. H&K always finds a way to render a simple concept unaffordable
I should have added its the P30's ergo's that I really love about the P30.
you're right about that, though from what other people report, the PPQ comes close to duplicating the feel of the p30.
HK P30 comes close to the ergos of the P99.
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