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Old 01-10-2012, 06:20 PM   #161
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Anybody that knows anything about semi-auto pistols knows that the SIG P226 and the Beretta were the only two entries to pass the Military Trials. It's not a "claim" it's a fact and it's common knowlege.

And here's a SIG ad (video) that shows it firing after it's submerged underwater. And it's the Navy Seals choice for a "Combat Pistol"...that's just crazy ain't it? See a Recent Sig MK25 Video | Sig Sauer Guns and Accessories
the video keeps cutting,
looks like they swapped out the sigs, some not-so-clever video editing going on there. I wouldn't put it past them, they're a corporation at the end of the day. ... indubitably, they can fire after being submerged. as can a 1911, or a beretta, heck, even a hi-point .... an ar15 can do that, and they aren't exactly rugged now, are they ?
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I was just agreeing with you. No harm no foul. You and I both know how these things take on a life of there own sometimes. Plus just to let everyone know I picked up a brand new Sig P229R in 9mm. Here are some pictures. Will post the rest of the family of Sigs that I have later.







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the video keeps cutting,
looks like they swapped out the sigs, some not-so-clever video editing going on there. I wouldn't put it past them, they're a corporation at the end of the day. ... indubitably, they can fire after being submerged. as can a 1911, or a beretta, heck, even a hi-point .... an ar15 can do that, and they aren't exactly rugged now, are they ?
Well...you aren't following the thread very well.... I could care less if they fire after submerged. I was just setting someone straight about his claim that SIG's aren't "Combat Weapons"...go back and read and try to keep up.
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I never liked the feel of sigs, too top-heavy. Neve held one, but i have held reproductions of them at a gun course. airsoft ..
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Whichever one is in your hands when you need it most...thats the better one:
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Sig hands down. I bought a glock 40 for my first gun and loved it. easy to clean, easy to shoot, easy to take apart but....then I bought a sig and I am now selking my glock. My 1911 sig is a 45acp and it is alot more accurate, kicks less, feels lighter and all around better gun. I love it, it was well worth a grand. Heres a pic of my target using my 1911 at 15 meters. I shot 8 rounds and changed targets cause there was very little in the middle left lmao

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I never liked the feel of sigs, too top-heavy. Neve held one, but i have held reproductions of them at a gun course. airsoft ..
I am a little confused here, so you will have to help me out here.

You said you do not like the feel of a Sig.
Said it was too top-heavy.
Then you say you have never held one.
But you held a reproduction of one at a gun course.
An airsoft Sig.

Comparing a air soft Sig to a real Sig like like comparing a plastic model of a 66 Shelby Mustang to a REAL 66 Shelby. Sorry there is no comparison. Once you shoot a Sig you will know the difference between the Sig and a Glock.
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I am a little confused here, so you will have to help me out here.

You said you do not like the feel of a Sig.
Said it was too top-heavy.
Then you say you have never held one.
But you held a reproduction of one at a gun course.
An airsoft Sig.

Comparing a air soft Sig to a real Sig like like comparing a plastic model of a 66 Shelby Mustang to a REAL 66 Shelby. Sorry there is no comparison. Once you shoot a Sig you will know the difference between the Sig and a Glock.
I'm glad someone addressed that. I dont even know what to say!
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Comparing anything airsoft to a real firearm is just wrong.
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Comparing anything airsoft to a real firearm is just wrong.
Exactly I own both np honestly I woild trust the sig with my life over a glock
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