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Old 11-05-2012, 03:51 PM   #11
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Yea and they are nice looking guns...I wish they made the 226 combat in .40 cause I love the look of that gun
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The Sig 250 and SP2022 are the only model of Sig's that should be comparable to a Glock. All other Sig's far out class it. The 250 is closer than the Sp2022. I feel the SP2022 is a better gun. I do own both a Sp2022 and Glock 22.
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Old 11-05-2012, 09:55 PM   #13
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SIG get's my vote. I own Glocks too and like them but, I love my Sig's.
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Old 11-05-2012, 10:02 PM   #14
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I've owned both and currently still have my SIGs. Great rep, quality and support, they are a bit pricey but you get what you pay for.

Can't knock Glocks but if I had to choose I prefer SIG.
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Of those two, I would go with the Sig. I think Sig Sauer makes a better gun
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:45 PM   #16
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I like both. If you get hung up on frame material then the Sig may be the choice. For me the higher bore axis and longer trigger reach makes me have to think about how I shoot a Sig. They are excellent guns. I do shoot them well. The Glock with its striker fired system seems to just be more natural to me for practical consistent shooting than drawing, shooting double action and then going to single action. Then remembering the decocker before I holster. Not a huge deal, but I just straighten my trigger finger on a Glock and it is ready to go back in a holster.

Again, I like my Sig a lot. I just shoot a Glock better in practical shooting. This may not be the same for everyone. I have found both guns to be excellent in reliability and accuracy. I have experienced Glock customer service, because I brought a police trade in to the factory for a once over by one if their armorers. I walked out 30 minutes later with the gun pretty much entirely overhauled for free. I haven't used Sig CS.

I don't think you'd go wrong with either pistol. Just try them and pick the one that fits best or that you shoot best.
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Whatever fits your hand the best, whatever feels good in your hands and if you had the opportunity to shoot both, whichever you shoot best.

All things being equal, though, definitely the Sig.
This is more than just an opinion, it's sound advisement, and it placed first. That said, I agree with the opinion as well. Sig isn't beatable as far as I'm concerned. I hate their prices and could never justify the purchase of one, but that's based on personal allowances and guidelines.
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My suggestion is find a place that will let you rent handguns to shoot. One of the ranges near me has that option and a decent selection. Might be worth the few bucks to shoot both of the ones your looking at and see which one feels the best. I'd rather spend a few more bucks up front and get something I like instead of hating it and selling it later.
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I find my Sig P226 to feel large and thick in my medium-small hand, whereas my Glock 19 Gen 4 feels great.
If you're looking in this type of gun, try out a Walther P99 - I LOVE that gun - best feel in my hand ever!
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I find my Sig P226 to feel large and thick in my medium-small hand, whereas my Glock 19 Gen 4 feels great.
If you're looking in this type of gun, try out a Walther P99 - I LOVE that gun - best feel in my hand ever!
That makes sense since a p226 is a full sized pistol and a G19 is a compact. For my medium sized hands I went with a SIG P229 E2 series grips. It fits literally like a glove. I am finally getting comfortable with the trigger to where its finally shooting at where I point it. While considering my new purchase my sister owned a G19, so I had plenty chance to fire it. I am very happy with my choice. Btw, after trigger time with my P229 my sister sold her g19 for a SIG P229 as well.
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