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Old 10-05-2012, 01:49 AM   #1
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9mm here, night sights, functions flawlessly. Awesome gun.
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Old 10-05-2012, 04:30 PM   #2
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I consider the SP2022 to be Sig Sauer's Best bang for the buck pistol they make. I got my wife one in .40 that is also equiped with a set of Crimson Trace laser grips. I paid $424 for it with night sights.

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I like it so much I found a BB gun that is a replica that comes with the hard to find small grip that works on the teal one. Them side by side, is hard to tell the real one from the BB minus the Crimson Trace grips. Take a gander. $29 bucks

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I'm not a fan of polymer guns but the 2022 is on the short list that I've shot and liked. The bang:buck ratio is great on it.
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Bought one and sold it. Sorry. I just dont like the trigger feel. And its bigger than my Glock 19.
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Bought one and sold it. Sorry. I just dont like the trigger feel. And its bigger than my Glock 19.
But smaller than a Glock 22 bigger than a Glock 27........... Sig just make one of these and its well made. As for the trigger, in double action its a little long but in single it just right. I am also a fan of the decocker.

Now as to a Sig product aimed directly at GLOCK, their 250 models are the best comparisons

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Got mine a month ago.

Night sights, Bedair Machine Works Stainless Steel Guide Rod, Streamlight TLR-3
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I'm always curious as to what these are running people out the door? Like I said I have the .40 cal with night sights and mine was $424 out the door.
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I'm always curious as to what these are running people out the door? Like I said I have the .40 cal with night sights and mine was $424 out the door.
I bought mine $420 from gunbroker.com plus $25 transfer fee. It came with night sights too.
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Just picked one up yesterday. $389 +tax
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I must've gotten mine when it came out, back in '05. I paid around $550
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