Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mesinge2, May 5, 2016.
. Bring more than you think you'll use.
Congrats on your purchase
Nice score with the two SIGs! Love the look of the Legion P229 and the melted edges of the P224 SAS.
So essentially I will have a Legion like .45 to compliment the 229 9mm. Really frustrated that it is taking so long to get it in and now I have to travel for business. I won't be able to get it until Friday of next week!
The 227 will most likely be my next SIG
I have 2 1911's, 3 P226's a 320, a 238 and a P225 Guess you can say I like Sigs.
I will let you know how easy the trigger install is.
Same here. I have SIG 1911s including a Scorpion, TacOps, GSR, Nightmare Carry, and Traditional. As well as a 230 DAO, 238, and 226 DAK. Now the new 224 and 229.
No worries. I actually really want the 227 TacOps.
I also want the new 10mm 220.
It may fit in the hand of people with larger hands....... though maybe fat CZ grips are a possibility. Where did they get $1500 from? I see them on Gunbroker for $1200 regularly. You also get access to Legion exclusive stuff.
Don't get me wrong, the CZ 75 is a fine firearm, but don't assume that because it works for you, it will work for everyone. I have consistently found Sigs and Berettas to fit my larger hands better than most other handguns. CZ's small grip size is why I haven't bought one yet, because I know my shooting will suffer for an ill fitting grip.
In my judgement, my Legion is easily the best, most accurate semi-auto 9mm production pistol I've ever, ever shot -- with a simply phenomenal trigger (even the DA pull is close to an old S&W revolver with a sweet DA pull). The ergonomics are spectacular, the gun points well and the grip is an awesome fit for just about anyone's hands.
Only downside of buying one was that I had to fulfill the promise to my wife to pick her up a (new model) P-225 (A1) ... which I've also discovered is the coolest single-stack nine ever made. For the purists, the naysayers and the haters, here's news: the new P-225 is also a superb pistol and light-years ahead of the old 225.
Well, there's that pesky notion of what constitutes a great DA/SA trigger (and SIG's Grayguns trigger on the Legion is that good, possibly better than advertised). Then there's ergonomics, as much of a CZ-lover that I am, it's still a honkin' big pistol for many. The Legion's sights are a substantial upgrade to anything CZ's ever put out, and finally, there's the accuracy, and my Legion is markedly more accurate than my two CZ-75s or for that matter, any of the numerous CZ pistols I've ever used.
Yes, the combo is that good!
I like that new P225-A1, but I paid less for my German built Sig P6 and my Sig P228 combined, than what a new P225-A1 is going for.
My favorite 9's
I got mine for $1,165. And it has plenty of features to justify the cost.
My TacOps is the 1911 variant and it currently serves as my home defense gun. BTW, Love the grips on your TacOps. Who makes them?
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