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Old 10-19-2012, 03:56 PM   #11
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I've got several Glocks in my safe that I use for CCW, HD and competition. I've always liked SIGs and admired their quality I just could never get over the price difference for a gun that won't really do anything my Glock won't.
The price is what the price is. You get what you pay for. It is like wanting a Mercedes-Benz but wanting it at the price of a Chevy Impala. I have several Sig's and only 1 Glock, the only reason that we have the Glock is because my wife needed one to practice with for work.

I have never liked the way the grip/angle feels on the Glock. I chose the XD-45 over the Glock. Yet I still find myself going back to the Sig Classic Series pistols. After 25yrs of carrying CCW the Sig is till my go to gun.
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Thinking of trading in my Gen 2 Glock 19 towards a Sig 226 MK25 (seal addition). Just became familiar with the 226 mk25 and am intrigued. All of my guns are tactical/military. I really like the thought of having the exact gun issues to seal operators. What are your thoughts?
I finally decide to pull the trigger last night and got rid of my gen 2 Glock 19 to get the Sig 226 mk 25. Was at my local gun show and picked one up for $895. Happy so far. Definitely not an everyday carry gun but that's ok. Can't wait to get to the range with it this week.
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I finally decide to pull the trigger last night and got rid of my gen 2 Glock 19 to get the Sig 226 mk 25. Was at my local gun show and picked one up for $895. Happy so far. Definitely not an everyday carry gun but that's ok. Can't wait to get to the range with it this week.
You can always pick up another G19 if you end up feeling the need for one as an everyday carry piece, it's not like those are too hard to find at reasonable prices.

Congrats on the Sig. After shooting Glocks for so long I found I had to change my grip a bit to keep from holing down the slide lock. Also getting used to the long initial trigger pull followed by the short follow up took some concentration as well. Then when you go to buy extra mags those prices take some getting used to also. Mec Gar mags can be had for less and they make the mags for Sig.

Great pistol though. I want to add a 226 or a 228 or a 229 in the future. Right now my only Sig is a 220 in .45.
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IME, the SIG P226 series are the finest duty type handguns ever made.

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IME, the SIG P226 series are the finest duty type handguns ever made.
Bingo...

Not a Glock fan. Good guns but could never get used to the grip angle and poor triggers.

Owned just about every other type of pistol over the years and my trusted HD pistol is my 226. It is the most reliable pistol I've ever owned.

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Here is my baby set up for the night with a 20rd mag, Surefire X300 and a Surefire M3CB.

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Here is my baby set up for the night with a 20rd mag, Surefire X300 and a Surefire M3CB.
Looks great.
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There is no comparison. The glock is great but it's no Sig the MK25 is great for the money really deff go to war gun.

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