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Twin SigPros

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Nikon777, Sep 12, 2008.

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  1. Nikon777

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  2. CountGlockula

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    Nice!

    For both hands?
     
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    Mmmm I love me the SIG Pro....will NEVER part with my nearly 5 year old SP2009.
     
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    Nikon777: Do you carry them? If so, what type of holsters do you use?
     
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    mr sigpro-fessor :D
     
  6. Nikon777

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    Brian, haha yes that is my GlockTalk handle.


    Re: carrying

    Yes I carry the one on the right in rotation with my Glock 19. I currently carry the sig and the glock in a simple uncle mikes sidekick iwb holster.

    I eventually plan to get the nylon iwb Bianchi holster for the sigpro, it also features a spare mag holder built into the holster.





    .... McPalin!!
     
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    Nice signature and blog.
     
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    How ya doing, Professor? I thought I recognized your signature! As soon as I saw those SigPro pix, I wondered if it was you. I'm on GT too!

    My department has been carrying the SigPro 2340 for over 5 years and have had NO major problems from them.

    SigPro plug: If you're looking for a reliable polymer framed pistol with a traditional DA/SA trigger, you can't beat the SigPro. They just keep working.
     
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