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Old 08-05-2013, 07:41 PM   #11
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German perfection......
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Old 08-05-2013, 10:19 PM   #12
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Why not buy a Sig.
One cannot have enough quality firearms.
I have to agree with you, you can't have enough guns.
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:07 AM   #13
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As for my opinion, SIG p229s are relatively available. Why not save up and buy one so you can own them both. I love my P229 but I don't have the biggest hands. It's suits my grip perfectly. And it's never failed not once yet.
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Sig makes a great gun. The P-229 and it's SA-DA is reliable and über safe. I have the 226 Combat, the P250 and the P232. All three are excellent firearms.
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HK makes a hell of a pistol but they seem pricey for what you get to me. So I'd have a Sig over one any day. The trade? I guess it depends on how the terms are....
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Cannot be perfect, it shoots .40 S&W.
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Keep it. If not, you will miss it. Buy a sig down the road when you can
What he said.
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Unless you're changing calibers I'm not sure what you have to gain from this other than getting to shoot something new to you. They're both good firearms of similar value, I'd stick with the HK.
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I have shot both and own sigs. I love both guns but I prefer the ergonomics of a sig as well as the recoil management if the sig. I think it really is a preference thing, what fits your hand better. I know my sigs aren't going anywhere anytime soon.
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OOC, can you swap the caliber on a USP? To me that was a factor when I considered my SIG. I haven't purchased a conversion kit yet but when I do (9mm, .357sig, .40 s&w or .22) I will be shipped directly to me no FFL transfer needed and (since I live in NJ) no p2p needed either.

So that's pretty sweet.
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