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Artyom 01-13-2012 12:40 AM

Sig Pro 2022
 
This gun perked my interest and I have thought about putting it on my list of guns to own. I have seen it online fairly cheap on multiple websites especially if it is used. My question is, why is this type of Sig pistol so cheap as compared to many of the others? Sig is a very good brand and the prices seem very good on the pro 2022 from what I've researched. Has anyone had experience with this gun before who can vouch for or against it?

viper7342 01-13-2012 03:00 AM

The Sig SP2022 IMHO is one of the hidden treasures of the Sig line, I have one of these pistols in 9mm with night sights, I have to say that it is extremely accurate and has a smooth DA trigger pull and a Crisp SA let off as well. It does however have a polymer frame which some fans of Classic Sig Sauer pistols don't find attractive. I read many reviews, before I purchased mine, as what I really wanted was a P226, I just couldn't justify almost 2 times as much money when nearly everyone I talked to that owned or had any experience with one really seemed to like them. YMMV.

Paperpuncher 01-13-2012 03:04 AM

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I love mine that's for sure.

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Artyom 01-13-2012 03:06 AM

It seems like it would be a really good carry piece. It looks small and very light.

Paperpuncher 01-13-2012 03:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Artyom
It seems like it would be a really good carry piece. It looks small and very light.

I carried it for a while when my Bersa was in the shop and didn't really like it. It's a pretty stocky gun, and a double stack.

viper7342 01-13-2012 04:53 AM

It would probably be a nice carry weapon, although, it is indeed blocky, I think it would be doable IWB or strong side/cross draw with a good belt and holster.

buysalot 01-13-2012 12:33 PM

I bought mine in .40 and love it. 99% of the research you do on this gun will come back with positive results. It shoots straight and have never had any problems out of it. Get one. You will not be disappointed.

unclesugg 01-15-2012 04:48 AM

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I got one in 9mm for target and never had a bad thing to say about it very accurate out of box. It is a polymer that's where the price difference comes in to play. Money very well spent I've put over 3000 rounds through it and still not a single gripe accept I need more ammo lol

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GunRunner 01-15-2012 07:35 AM

I own 2, both in a 40 cal. I purchased the first one for my wife and the reason we went it was because it was in deed a Sig and the ease in which she could rack the slide. We spent the better part if a day looking and testing out pistols and it came down to this and Walter in a 40 but they didn't have one. The trigger is good real smooth. She had a glock 26, Smith&Wesson 40 sigma, and she didn't Care for those and the trigger was so stiff that she was never consistent when shooting because her hand would shake when pulling the trigger. She is just a few hairs over 100lbs.
She has no issues with the Sig. I'm not saying its a girl gun but it wouldn't make a bad choice that you would not be embarrased to shoot.

I got hers New with 3 dot night sights for $429 I got my gently used one for $350 with 3 magazines and standard i sights. I thought it was a good deal because the local shop charges $60 bucks for a magazine .

USMC_Richey 01-16-2012 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by unclesugg (Post 677476)
I got one in 9mm for target and never had a bad thing to say about it very accurate out of box. It is a polymer that's where the price difference comes in to play. Money very well spent I've put over 3000 rounds through it and still not a single gripe accept I need more ammo lol

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And a new light. :rolleyes:


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