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Old 03-01-2012, 04:41 PM   #1
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ok i know im going to start a big argument here because it is is a lot of touchy subjects all in one. anyway sig sp 2022 (9mm) or glock 22 (40.). if it helps im 14 and my parents say if i raise the money they will buy it put it up and it would be for protection while my dad is at work. my mom stays home. and im home schooled. i have relativity large hands and im 150 pounds at 5'9. and have a lot of experience with rifles and shotguns i own 7 rifles and 2 shotguns and 2 bows and a lot of knives. and in most everyone's eyes i am very responsible.

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Old 03-01-2012, 04:55 PM   #2
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Personally I don't like the Glock I have a tendency of pushing it but it's a reliable weapon. You can't go wrong with a Sig, well unless it's the P250 according to some. Personally I would go with the Sig.

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well i was leaning to the sig but i hear great things about glocks to though i just thought i would ask. get peoples opinions. and since i just joined today get to know the site a little bit

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well i was leaning to the sig but i hear great things about glocks to though i just thought i would ask. get peoples opinions. and since i just joined today get to know the site a little bit
I have owned both, glocks and sigs. Right now I own the sig p250, and a glock 17, and 26. I have never had a big issue with either, and I use the 17 on a daily basis while on duty.
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thanks im leaning more twords sig though just because of status and around here they are easier to find because glocks are very popular round here.

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I have no experience with Sigs despite their very good reputation. I own a Glock 22 (.40) and love it. Easy to maintain and extremely reliable.

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i dont know it will be 6 months or so before i can even go to work to start raising money. but when i do i will let you guys know what i went with and how it works

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You can't go wrong with either one as far as reliability, accuracy, etc. If it's going to be a HD gun and mom is going to be around, she may want to test out each one and see which one fits her hand.

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yea she shoots a 12 gauge i want something a little more subtle lol and the main thing is HD and maybe on like payday my dad would use it for a ccw but other than that its a range gun HD and i hunt and theres a bear that stands like waist high to me on all 4's so maybe when were hunting we will bring it .

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yea she shoots a 12 gauge i want something a little more subtle lol and the main thing is HD and maybe on like payday my dad would use it for a ccw but other than that its a range gun HD and i hunt and theres a bear that stands like waist high to me on all 4's so maybe when were hunting we will bring it .
Well if there is a bear around you may want to forget both of them and pick up a S&W 500!
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