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Old 02-15-2012, 12:29 AM   #181
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what is that knife ? i like it.
Thanks, the knife was my Father's Day present from my kids. It is a Cold Steel Spartan. It feels very good in the hand. You should try there Rajah II and III, also. I have two brands of knives I carry, Cold Steel and SOG. Have used them for over 20 yrs. From my time in the military to current hunting/fishing trips.
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Old 02-15-2012, 02:02 PM   #182
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Um... around here the 'poly' sigs (sigarms 2022) run around the price of a sigma, last I checked. Glocks were 450( iirc) and the sigarms was. 325.
Agreed!! I have one of the new Sig pros 2022 polymer in a .40s&w and it's alot cheaper than the glocks. I have alot of guns including a G22 3rd gen and I said I would never sell my firearms, but after I got the new Sig I ended up selling my G22 because I would never use it again and it would just sit up. Plus I never really liked it because of the grip and it felt cheap in my hands, I also had problems with it. As far as it was picking on which ammo I shot threw it. My Sig has shot everything I've put in it and been very dependable and accurate! Come to think of it I've shot my Sig more than my other guns.
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Sorry meant "picky" dang auto correct on iPhone!! Lol

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Old 02-16-2012, 01:36 PM   #184
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My primary is a 226 9mm and always will be its never let me down I've fired Glocks S&W M&Ps and they shoot well,but ill never own a Glock unless someone gives me one.

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Um... around here the 'poly' sigs (sigarms 2022) run around the price of a sigma, last I checked. Glocks were 450( iirc) and the sigarms was. 325.
Not unless you are talking getting a police/military discount.
The sig 2022 poly is $358.00 from the wholesalers. I don't care what a special subset can get them for, I am talking average joe shmoe.

http://www.sswllc.com/sig-sauer-sp2022-40-sandw.html

http://www.internetguncatalog.com/Default.aspx?tabid=179

Not sure if both or either will show, having some link issues.
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I own Glock19. In Sig.. which model is the alternative of G19? Thx guys..
The G19 being Glocks compact 9 mm I'd say the comparable sig would be the new 2022. It's a compact poly frame Sig available in 9 and retails for about $500. Same price point as the G19.

Spend 2 more bills and you can get a 229 which is the alloy framed compact version of the 226. The 226 MK25 is the Navy Seal gun mentioned above.

Word of warning. I have a good friend who's carried a Glock .40, G23 I believe, for 10 years. He bought a 226 last week and after 1 trip to the range went back to his LGS and bought a 229 to replace his G23 for CCW.

It's called the Signess...and it's both real and real expensive.

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The G19 being Glocks compact 9 mm I'd say the comparable sig would be the new 2022. It's a compact poly frame Sig available in 9 and retails for about $500. Same price point as the G19.

Spend 2 more bills and you can get a 229 which is the alloy framed compact version of the 226. The 226 MK25 is the Navy Seal gun mentioned above.

Word of warning. I have a good friend who's carried a Glock .40, G23 I believe, for 10 years. He bought a 226 last week and after 1 trip to the range went back to his LGS and bought a 229 to replace his G23 for CCW.

It's called the Signess...and it's both real and real expensive.

Good luck

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I totally agree!! It is a SIGNESS!! I got the new Sig Pro 2022 in .40 S&W and I fell in love with just that one. Went out and got the Sig p226 navy with the night sights and extended mags and I freaking love that even more. Now I'm gonna get a P229, oh and I sold my G22 .40 before I got my first sig because of problems and it proved to be unreliable and I didn't like the grip and it felt cheap in my hands. Now sigs do have a taller slide design and they are heavy, heavy built... But thats what I love about them! Even the Sig pro polymer gun has some good weight, but look at the internals of it. Very well built with beefed up parts. But all in all it's what one person likes and everyone has there own view points on guns!
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The G19 being Glocks compact 9 mm I'd say the comparable sig would be the new 2022. It's a compact poly frame Sig available in 9 and retails for about $500. Same price point as the G19.

Spend 2 more bills and you can get a 229 which is the alloy framed compact version of the 226. The 226 MK25 is the Navy Seal gun mentioned above.

Word of warning. I have a good friend who's carried a Glock .40, G23 I believe, for 10 years. He bought a 226 last week and after 1 trip to the range went back to his LGS and bought a 229 to replace his G23 for CCW.

It's called the Signess...and it's both real and real expensive.

Good luck

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A signess, I like that. I refer to it as sigmatized.
I bought my wife a glock 26 and we discovered quickly it wasn't for her.
We sold that and bought her a Smith&Wesson sigma .40 and it DA trigger was hard for her to use.
We sold that and bought her a SP2022 in a .40 and she loves it.

I have a few sigs as well and dont plan on buying anything but.
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The G19 being Glocks compact 9 mm I'd say the comparable sig would be the new 2022. It's a compact poly frame Sig available in 9 and retails for about $500. Same price point as the G19.

Spend 2 more bills and you can get a 229 which is the alloy framed compact version of the 226. The 226 MK25 is the Navy Seal gun mentioned above.

Word of warning. I have a good friend who's carried a Glock .40, G23 I believe, for 10 years. He bought a 226 last week and after 1 trip to the range went back to his LGS and bought a 229 to replace his G23 for CCW.

It's called the Signess...and it's both real and real expensive.

Good luck

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No way I'm replacing my G23 and G27 with a Sig!
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No way I'm replacing my G23 and G27 with a Sig!
Never said you should Quentin. just relaying a friends experience. Personally I do not own more that 1 pistol from any 1 manufacturer.

Do own 2 1911's but ones Colt and the other is Kimber. Actually been considering a G19 just have not found that deal to make me jump.

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