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Old 02-27-2012, 12:15 PM   #221
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I own several of each and each brand has its purpose. During the Winter the Sigs come out due to the weight and larger holsters that can be easily hidden under heavy jackets. Glocks are great in the Summer due to the lighter weight and sweat issues. They can be carried in the Thunderwear holsters while only wearing a T-shirt and shorts and it would be completely hidden from view. Side by side they both shoot awesome when you buy a gun that fits your hand properly. I would have to call this one a "Draw", pun intended, because they both have their uses.

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Old 02-27-2012, 12:28 PM   #222
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Sig Sauer is far more dependable than any Glock. In my opinion Glock is just another failed attempt at building a revolutionary firearm.

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I carry my 226 and 229 all the time wouldn't have it any other way.

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Old 02-27-2012, 12:40 PM   #224
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Sig Sauer is far more dependable than any Glock. In my opinion Glock is just another failed attempt at building a revolutionary firearm.
I'm a SIG fan...but I wouldn't go that far.
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Old 02-27-2012, 01:25 PM   #225
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Sig Sauer is far more dependable than any Glock. In my opinion Glock is just another failed attempt at building a revolutionary firearm.
That is without question, one of the most laughable statements I've yet to read in regards to modern firearms.
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Old 02-27-2012, 03:00 PM   #226
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Sig Sauer is far more dependable than any Glock. In my opinion Glock is just another failed attempt at building a revolutionary firearm.
do research sig has lost contracts with diffrent agencies around the world due to reliability
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Sig Sauer is far more dependable than any Glock. In my opinion Glock is just another failed attempt at building a revolutionary firearm.
I have never had a Glock that didn't go bang when I wanted it to fire. I can't say the same for my Sig P220 or 226. That's a pretty harsh statement!
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do research sig has lost contracts with diffrent agencies around the world due to reliability
Because of the price,that's why the US military didn't adopt the 226 9mm in the 80's as the sidearm to replace the 1911, so they chose the cheap Baretta instead
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do research sig has lost contracts with diffrent agencies around the world due to reliability
Post a link please. From what I understand the Coast Guard, Navy Seals, Texas Rangers, US Department of Energy, U.S, Secret Service, NCIS, ATF, Mobile Security Division, CID, US Department of Agriculture and DEA, Air Marshals use them Now...that's as of 2001, I would like to see it in print that has changed. http://www.fortunecity.com/tattooine/leiber/50/DGAAAFED.html
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[QUOTE=M14sRock;721841]Sig/Sauer made the Browning BDA for Browning. That was before Sig/Sauer had a presence in the U.S.[/QUOTE

The locking is a modified Browning type. thanks for the clarify. JMB

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