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Inexpensive Sig

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Shuler13, Jun 11, 2012.

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  1. Shuler13

    Shuler13 Member

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    PSA has the 2022 for $349. Normally $399. I bought a used one last week elsewhere for $329 and I don't think I have ever had a better gun in my hand for the value. I took it and my used S&W 5906 (another reliable steal for $329) and just had a blast with both.

    Anyone interested in a 2022 and been thinking twice, I'd say don't hesitate. I don't think youll regret it.
     
  2. 9mmepiphany

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    That is a very god price and the 2022 is an outstanding gun. The last few that I have felt had better triggers out of the box than current Classic P-series SIGs
     
  3. biggameballs

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    These are fantastic guns. Not just for the money but fantastic guns period. I picked one up for $310 brand new on an auction site about 8 months ago and couldn't be happier. The trigger on them is flat out fantastic and they are extremly accurate and shootable. First time out with it I was rapid firing full clips at 20 yards and keeping just about everything on paper. I've never been able to shoot anything except a 1911 as well as I can shoot the 2022.

    I'll admit that an all steel 1911 still feels a lot cooler in the hand but if a bad guy breaks into my house I'll be grabbing for the 2022.
     
  4. CharlieDeltaJuliet

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    Well worth that, all day long. I am a huge Sig fan. IMHO Sig has produced some of the best firearms ever. While the quality on some are not as strong as it used to be they are still a cut above most that are mass produced. The more cost efficent Sigs, are still as reliable as their more expensive siblings. I trust my life, everyday, to a Sig P220. I refuse to carry anything else. I might have to add another to my collection...
    I couldn't agree more about the trigger on the 2022, they have it set good. Anyone on a budget needs to be all over this.
     
  5. Okiegunner

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    Guess I'll chime in and make it a poly Sig lovefest here because I could not agree more. I don't own the 2022, but I do have the 2340. Mine is a LEO trade-in and the trigger is so nice I thought maybe the armorer had done trigger work on it.
     
  6. sigarms228

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    Yes the SP2022 is a great pistol regardless of price. At it's price is is simply a spectacular value.

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  7. WinThePennant

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    $349 for a new Sig Pro is just plain sick.

    Folks, the Sig Pro is every bit as good as any Glock, M&P, Ruger, or whatever. Sig gets no love in the polymer frame world. You can get a GREAT gun in a Sig Pro at a very nice price.
     
  8. CharlieDeltaJuliet

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    Plus is has a hammer.... This is one of the reasons I like it. Not to mention that it and the trigger are slick as a ribbon.
     
  9. Walking Dead

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    It's worth $550 if you ask me. It's an amazing gun. Between that and the Ruger SR9 there is hardly a reason to spend more on a polymer carry.
     
  10. Arkansas Paul

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    Agreed. I just bought one in .40 and I love it. Very accurate and a good trigger. I like the decocker too. I had shot a friends P220 and I loved it but didn't have the extra cash for one. I went with the SP2022 instead because of the $399 price tag. It's a bargain for sure.
     
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