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Old 12-06-2013, 02:11 PM   #21
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Not at all. The reason it stayed cheap in the US was marketing. The 2022 has been the best selling SIG in Europe. The French chose it for the entire domestic security force. (They take security seriously, I witnessed it) Meantime in the US the company tried to sell other models. SIG is a heavyweight advertiser but the 2022 was rarely seen in the glossy magazine ads. Anyway it has caught up on its own and the word of mouth, I guess. As far as quality, and this is also first hand, it is totally equal to anything in P Series. The only meaningful difference is the polymer frame, and (maybe) the removable pin instead of the disassembly lever.
I think it's my favorite Sig, I've shot most of the models an this one feels the best to me. I got mine on sale for $400 and it came with the Sig rail mounted laser($159). This was when it first came out. Now they are $500-600 at LGS.
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Old 12-06-2013, 10:10 PM   #22
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My lgs has the 2022 for sale this month for $429 with free laser. I might pull the trigger on this deal so to speak, lol


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I had my mine set for a cz p09 fde but I don't know now, you guys may have talked me into it

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Sorry I don't know how that Taurus appeared on my post, lol

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Out of all the semis I own. The sp2022 is the easiest to break down. Is the pin to tight to get out?


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As far as replacing the guide rod. I really don't like mods that mess with the internals of the gun. Feel it could throw off the timing balance and weight of the gun once you start customizing like that.


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I have always liked the Sig Sauers, mine came from Academy 40 cal, have not been disappointed, a little heavy for CC but I am looking for a holster.
I paid 460.00 including tax.
Blackhawk also makes one.


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