M&P 9c for a Sig 2022

Discussion in 'SIG Sauer Forum' started by Crazvet, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. Crazvet

    Crazvet New Member

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    I've been looking to trade our M&P 9c for a fullsize handgun, the offer on the table now is a fullsize Sig 2022 9mm. I don't know much about Sigs, was looking for input.
     
  2. Judge

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    I bought a Sig p2022 about a month ago. I would rate it somewhere above a Glock 19, but below a Sig P226.

    The Sig p2022 is a bit heavy, but still able to be carried concealed...much like the Glock 19

    The Sig p2022 has a trigger as good as a Glock in my opinion, and perhaps slightly better.

    I love the DA/SA of the Sig although it does take some getting use to.

    If it helps your decision making process, then know my next handgun purchase will be another p2022 although for diversity sake I will get a .40 since I already own the 9mm.

    As a reference point for you, I own 2 Glocks, 2 Sigs, a Colt .45, a kel tec pf9 so I am kinda comparing all of these against the sig p2022.

    In conclusion, I don't think you will regret the p2022.
     

  3. Crazvet

    Crazvet New Member

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    I'm heavily leaning to the trade, it's gonna sting a bit buying extra mags(as he only has one) but I believe we'll be very happy w the Sig(may miss the little Smith a bit tho)
     
  4. Crazvet

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    As reference to my handgun experience (still a bit of a newbie) I've owned a first gen Baby Desert Eagle all metal .40, gen 3 Glock 23, S&W Bodyguard .380, Springfield XDs .45 and co-owned(w my girlfriend) the M&P 9c and a Glock 19. The XDs is by far my favorite, all the rest haven't really stood out to me.
     
  5. Judge

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    Well, I suppose worse case scenario is you're out a gun that doesn't really appeal to you, but you gain the opportunity to try a Sig.?!

    Good luck with the decision; let us know what you decide.
     
  6. truevil1313

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    See what I added to the quote above.
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2014
  7. Judge

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    Truevil1313:
    Sounds like you have the p2022 in both 9mm and .40?

    Do you prefer one over the other?
     
  8. truevil1313

    truevil1313 New Member

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    I do. I like the 9 better, but they are both great. I just shoot the 9 better.
     
  9. truevil1313

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    The green one I Duracoated and it is the .40, it live in my truck full time. The diamond plate in the 9mm and shoots like a dream.
     

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  10. Judge

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    Truevil1313:
    the .40 looks a fair amount larger than the 9mm...maybe it's just the angle of the camera. Is there a real size difference?
     
  11. truevil1313

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    They are exactly the same size.
     
  12. sigman84

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    I would go with the SIG as someone who deals with the m&P's and sigs on a daily basis. My 229 and several m&p 9c's at the house.

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  13. pat701

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    This is my second post. IMHO the Sig 2022 is a best buy. Buy it and you will never regret it, or have to look back.;)
     
  14. Mercator

    Mercator Active Member

    A litle bit of apples to oranges. If you want more fun in practice and better scores - hell yeah.
     
  15. tlech29

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    Awesome gun. I have it in the 9mm and its my bed side gun. I have shot many rounds through it and have not had one failure. It is very good quality and tightly made. I wpuld get a 40...at least here in Ky 9mm ammo is scarce but there is an abundance of .40 .45 .357 and .223 for some reason.

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