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polymer framed sigs

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by uspJ, Feb 4, 2010.

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  1. uspJ

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    a friend of mine asked me to stop by a sporting good store for him yesterday to check on a pistol for him. he was looking at a taurus pt101 that was on sale. while i was their i noticed several polymer framed sigs and was wondering if they're any good? i told my friend about them and told him he may want to check them out as an alternative to the taurus.
     
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    Polymer framed Sigs are a screaming deal to me. They cost only a little more than a Glock and from my impressions, are quite accurate, and durable. I'd definately choose one over a Taurus.
     
  3. Strahley

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    As much as I love SIG (their classic SA/DA series are my favorite series of pistols), I don't care for their polymer offerings. I owned a P250, and while it seemed to be nice quality and it felt great in hand, it had too many shortcomings for me to overlook (3 bad magazines, slide not locking back, trigger). It did not earn a spot in my safe, and was sold

    SP2022 is decent, but it doesn't compare to say, a Glock 19 when it comes to poly vs poly...at least to me

    If SIG could make a gun with the P250 compact frame, the DA/SA trigger with decocker/no manual safety, include two magazines, and be every bit as reliable as the old German P2xx series, I'd be the first in line, and would buy one in both 9mm and .45 ACP
     
  4. uspJ

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    the poly sigs were actually cheaper than the glocks i looked at. i loved the 226, 228, and 239 i've owned and was very tempted to get one myself. if i hadn't just got a glock 26 last week i probably would have went home with one.
     
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    the SigPro 2022 is the great unsung bargin on the Sig line. they are commonly available for <$500 with nighttsights and 3 mags

    they are very accurate and have very nice trigger pulls...my own personal objection is their sig is about the same as a 229
     
  6. The Lone Haranguer

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    There are two basic polymer-framed SIGs: the SigPro series and the P250. They are quite different designs. The SigPro has a reputation for reliability and accuracy rivaling the "classic" (German-made P-series) design, the P250, not so much.
     
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    I have a SigPro as a range beater. The SigPro's accuracy and reliability equal my P226ST - at less than half the price.
     
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    sig 2340 blueline

    accurate as hell blueline model w night sights and 3 hi cap mags daily carry.
     

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    What's the difference between a blueline and a non-blueline?
     
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    blueline was for police during the clinton ban it also came with 3 marked mags and night sights.
     
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