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Sig SP2022 9mm and .40

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by gmh1013, Apr 7, 2012.

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  1. gmh1013

    gmh1013 Member

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    Ive shot over 2k rounds through my 9mm with only one FTF in the first magazine....I would like to pick up the .40 since its can be found for 400 bucks too. Has anybody had problems with the .40? I know it will be harder to shoot vs 9mm because of poly frame.
    These Sigs have to be one of the best deals out right now.
     
  2. Walking Dead

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    "These Sigs have to be one of the best deals out right now."

    I agree with that 100%. I have not had a single problem with mine yet. Unfortunately I haven't shot the .40 or 357 sig yet.
     
  3. Okiegunner

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    Sig polymer

    I have one of the old school Sig 2340 (.40). It is a police trade in. It shoots, feeds, and fires every type of ammo I can find. It also has one of the best triggers DA/SA out there. I am sure the 2022 is the same.

    If you want one in .40, then I would not hesitate. I believe you are correct in that for < than $400 it is one of the better values out there.

    Gunner
     
  4. dreamer56

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    Yep, what he said. I have had no problems with the .40 :)
     
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