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Sig Pro Series and Sig 2022...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Autolycus, Apr 10, 2007.

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  1. Autolycus

    Autolycus Member

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    I just wanted to get some opinions on this gun. Especially the 9mm variant.

    And wanted to see the size of it compared to a P2000 and Glock 17/22.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Wordsmith

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    I've shot a Sig Pro and think the trigger and ergonomics are excellent. In terms of size, it's much larger than a P2000 (which is my daily carry), so much so that I wouldn't even think about carrying a Sig Pro in the summer, while I carry the P2000 on even the hottest (i.e. lightest-dressed) days. The Sig Pro's size is probably comparable to the Glock 17/22, though I would guess that the Sig Pro is taller.

    Keep in mind that I carry my P2000 with a flat baseplate, which does a lot to make it seem smaller.

    I'm not sure why the Sig Pro isn't a better seller. I guess the kind of people who buy Sigs buy metal.
     
  3. md7

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    i really like the sig pro series. the one i have shot with was the 2022 in .40. its been a while, but it seems like it was comparable in size with Glock 19/23 more than the Glock 17/22. it felt great in my hand, the da was smooth, and the sa was every bit as smooth as my sig 226.
     
  4. tydephan

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    I owned a Sig Pro 2022 in .357sig.

    I feel like the gun is a fantastic piece. However, it didn't fit my hand at all. I thought at first that it did, but the more I shot it the less I liked the fit. I REALLY didn't like the .357sig round out of this gun.

    But the trigger was nice. It was my first DA/SA trigger and seemed very smooth. The overall functionality of the gun was on par with what you would expect out of a Sig product.

    However I just didn't like it. I traded straight up with a guy for a LNIB Glock 19 and simply couldn't be happier. :D :) :cool:
     
  5. Fun2Shoot

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    The Sig 2022 9mm is my main HD choice.

    I have owned and shot extensively both XD sub compact 9mm & XD service 4" 9mm. Owned a Ruger P95 9mm. That's a total of four poly-framed guns with thousands of rds down range, and by my experience, the Sig Pro 2022 is the best overall performer.

    You get two grip choices. A smoother large size & a smaller stipled grip. The stock post/dot contrast sights were fine for what they are, but I installed Trijicon tritiums. I have short fingers so I had a short trigger installed too.

    Of course, guns like anything else are a personal choice, but you could do a lot worse than a Sig 2022.

    It is an excellent value, very accurate, feeds & extracts any & all ammos plus it has a picitinny rail for accessories. I like the added security layer of it's decocker too.

    I'm sold on my Sig Pro as you can tell. I believe that it is an excellent compromise of features and it's form follows it's function.

    No one gun can do everything, but the Sig 2022 does a fine job for it's intended purpose, IMHO. :D
     
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    I have the 2009 9mm and the 2043 .357 &.40. I really like both of them. I have shot a few .40s and the only ones I like have been the P226 and the SP2340. Sold the others and kept the Sigs. Hope to get the 2022 in 9mm soon.
     
  7. Autolycus

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    Well this will be a 9mm and a range gun mainly. It may also be a HD gun.

    I cant carry as I live in a horribly oppresive state (Illinois) so I am not to worriued about this gun as a CCW. But when I move I will be carrying my HK P2000.

    I found a real good deal on magazines and decided I would buy the gun. The 9mm mags are $6.99 over at Cals Sporting Armory. I bought 20. I have heard so many good things about this gun that I just wanted a few more opinions.

    Just got to set some money aside for now.

    What kind of finish does it have? Cause I have seen them in a two-tone that looks sharp.
     
  8. gandog56

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    I have the exact opposite experience. I've never felt a Glock comfortably in my short fingered small hand. A Sig P229 fits rather nicely. Plus I also got it with the 40 cal S&W barrel, so it's like two guns in one.
     
  9. pastor paul

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    Out of all my handguns, my 2022 -.40 is my favorite to shoot. don't CCW it because of its size but truly like to pull that trigger. ergos, balance and accuracy are superb for me.
     
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