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Old 07-18-2013, 02:46 PM   #21
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Sig P229 9mm with Sig laser , I bought this one for myself but the wife confiscated it pretty quickly from me


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Here is my Sig2022 .40 cal with a Sig Laser and a SpringCo 2piece guide rod, recoil reducer for quick follow up shots.

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Sig P229 9mm with Sig laser , I bought this one for myself but the wife confiscated it pretty quickly from me
Nice sig! I'd take it back if I were you lol
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Here is my Sig2022 .40 cal with a Sig Laser and a SpringCo 2piece guide rod, recoil reducer for quick follow up shots.
If you can afford it, id ditch the rail laser for a set of Crimson Trace laser grips. Makes holster selection an concealed carry options much easier.
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If you can afford it, id ditch the rail laser for a set of Crimson Trace laser grips. Makes holster selection an concealed carry options much easier.
I know, carrying Is not an option for me in Komifornia, but it is a pain to find a holster that it will fit in. I heard Safariland makes a model for a rail mounted laser. It came with the gun, htats the only reason it's on there.
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If you can afford it, id ditch the rail laser for a set of Crimson Trace laser grips. Makes holster selection an concealed carry options much easier.
IMHO its just to big to be a great CCW gun . Very very accurate , this one is probably the most accurate gun I own . Its a perfect OWB or open carry gun , Its rests its self in my go gear until the wife wants to go shoot then it becomes hers for the afternoon
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i thought about getting of these how does she shoot? and have you had any issues?
Shoots great! No issues other than finding ammo.
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