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Sig SP 2022

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by WinThePennant, Oct 26, 2011.

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  1. WinThePennant

    WinThePennant Member

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    I know a lot of people are interested in this gun, and NutNFancy has finally made a review on it.

    It looks like a GREAT gun for around $400 (sometimes less).

    http://youtu.be/Q0es37RojNA
     
  2. JTQ

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    Thanks for the heads up.

    NutNFancy really does some great work, has some great information, and is probably a great guy, but he really needs to do a much better job of getting to the point. I see he was able to "cram" what is probably 5 minutes of information into a video that is over 28 minutes long.

    These days, I look at how long his video is first before I start watching.
     
  3. JaxNovice

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    Ain't that the truth. While he may make some interesting points, they usually are not worth watching all of the tedious fluff.
     
  4. 1SOW

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    I like the metal Sigs, but my neighbor/friend asked me to shoot his new 2022.
    I was pleasantly surprised about it 'felt' and how well it shot. I wasn't impressed on the field strip/reassembly procedures, but probably could get used to it-maybe.
    It's a good bang for the buck if it holds up.
     
  5. Tommygunn

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    I have a SP 2022 in 9mm. I've had for a while. It's a fine, accurate gun. Pushing out the slide stop lever to disassemble gets easier as it wears so that is no biggie and other than that it's a straightforward gun to take down and assemble.
     
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    Big fan of the SP2022 :) fits my hand just right and I really like the trigger. I agree, disassembly is rough the first few times, but definitely gets easier.
     
  7. rellascout

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    Great gun. Even the Exeter ones are one of the best values in a combat sized 9mm gun.

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  8. sigarms228

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    LOVE my SP2022 - it is a real sweet shooter. I tried a HK P30 three times as a rental but own the SP2022!! About 1200 rounds through now and NEVER a single issue which has been the case for ALL my SIGs. Best deal going for a quality DA/SA pistol .

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  9. Lex Luthier

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    I found my German 2022 in .40 on armslist for $400.00. It is as bulky as a P229 to carry.

    There is a quick flash in one the Bourne movies where he is seen locking and loading the same gun.
     
  10. harmon rabb

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    I can't watch Nutnfancy. Can't stand his rambling. He takes 30 minutes to give 5 minutes worth of info.
     
  11. TemplarSC

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    I have a 2022 also. And it is one of the best shoot weapons I have ever owned. The gun makes me a more accurate shooter. And as someone else pointed out the trigger is excellent!
     
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