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Sig P245?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jimmy, Apr 9, 2003.

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  1. jimmy

    jimmy Member

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    Any experiences or opinions about the SIG P245? I had a look at one at the local gunshop today. Seems like the usual SIG fit and finish with a decent trigger and comfortable grip. How is its reliability? Any ammo sensitivity? Accuracy? Is recoil much of a problem?

    TIA.
     
  2. 10-Ring

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    Try a search on the topic, here & on TFL, it has been covered a couple of times. From what I recall, the only issue for the gun was how well it fit the shooter. If you like its fit, it should serve you well.
     
  3. AR-10

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    Lots of muzzle flip.

    I had one. Mine was flawless in function and appearance. The muzzle rise was hard to control. I came to dislike the trigger pull of SIGs in general and sold mine.

    It always went bang. I just had trouble hitting things with it.
     
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    P245

    I bought one mail order with an H&K compact. Took them out of their boxes and the SIG grip was too small for me - the H&K fit great. Never shot it, it's still sitting in my safe.
     
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