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Old 05-28-2012, 08:28 PM   #41
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Right now I am looking at the new P-224 in 9mm that is supposed to come out sometime this summer. Thought about getting the P-238 or there 938 if not all 3. Just going to take some time, not to mention a couple of day's ot.
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Old 05-28-2012, 08:41 PM   #42
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I forget the exact term they use, but I think it's like a half cocked position at all times.
There are some people who are afraid of the half-cocked position because they fear the hammer can slip from the half-cock and fire the cartridge into their leg or foot.

To avoid this problem, whether real or imagined, you would want a mechanism in which the firing pin has a spring safety on it, and then you would carry the weapon in condition #2, with the hammer down, on a chambered round.
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Old 05-28-2012, 08:45 PM   #43
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Everything I've read says single action only
CZ, Ruger, and Sig each make double-and-single combined actions.

Just google double action and their individual names, and you will find them.

Here is a photo of what the CZ looks like.

You can tell from the trigger, it is centered, not all the way to the right (in this photo).
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Old 05-29-2012, 12:13 AM   #44
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What I don't understand is why everyone argues what brand or style of gun is the best? Everything is personal preference. What fits you and what you prefer is best.
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Old 05-29-2012, 12:16 AM   #45
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And I'd rather have 2-3 reliable, easy to maintain, accurate glocks for the price of a Sig. To each their own.
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Old 05-29-2012, 06:18 AM   #46
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I would love to see Sig make a striker fired pistol.
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Old 05-30-2012, 01:22 AM   #47
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I recently purchased a sig sp2022. Came with night sights and a ten round mag at LGS. Owner swapped out ten round for fifteen round at no charge so i bought an extra hi-cap. Out the door for $560. Coulda done better online but its nice having a dealer down the street. Its a double/single with decocker and i really like it. Ive handled and shot glocks but dont see myself buying one. Anyone on the fence with a sig vs glock should really check out a 2022. Can be had for less and i think is a much nicer weapon. Just my 2
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I have a Glock 19 cause it was $530 and the Sig MK25 or Sig p226 Navy issued 9mm is $850. Just cant afford that right now. But that is my dream 9mm gun. Someday..
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I recently purchased a sig sp2022. Came with night sights and a ten round mag at LGS. Owner swapped out ten round for fifteen round at no charge so i bought an extra hi-cap. Out the door for $560. Coulda done better online but its nice having a dealer down the street. Its a double/single with decocker and i really like it. Ive handled and shot glocks but dont see myself buying one. Anyone on the fence with a sig vs glock should really check out a 2022. Can be had for less and i think is a much nicer weapon. Just my 2
I also just got the 2022 9mm with night sights from gunbroker.com for $420 shipped to my LGS. Bought 2 extras 15rounds mags $70. My LGS waived the transfer fee as im one of their regulars. So it all costed me $490.
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And I'd rather have 2-3 reliable, easy to maintain, accurate glocks for the price of a Sig. To each their own.
Wow, new Glocks for $275.00! XD must REALLY be kicking their ass!

Seriously, if the day comes when I can buy a Glock at Hi Point pricing, I'll probably break down and buy one.

Of course, I'll have to mount the ugly stick in my safe so I've got a place to hang it.

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