Sig Pro 9mm

Discussion in 'Range Report' started by honeybadger, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. honeybadger

    honeybadger New Member

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    So I took my newly acquired Sig SP2022 out for the first time yesterday. It was the first time I've been to an outdoor range, which was a nice change from the indoor ranges I've been to.

    Put 200 rounds through it (100 Winchester white box and 100 Federal from Walmart) without a hiccup. The single action was really smooth but the double action seemed like a really long pull. I had trouble keeping steady throughout the entire pull. It seemed accurate enough once I got used to the sights. The grip felt nice but there was a little more recoil than I anticipated. Once I got used to it, it seemed real smooth.

    The target was at 7 yards. I went shooting with my father, the top and bottom right targets were mine. 25 rounds at each. I thought it was decent considering how much of a beginner I am.. but we're both not very good.

    I can't wait to put some more rounds through it.
     

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  2. Surftaco

    Surftaco New Member

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    Wow nice gun! I really like Sigs a lot. The 226 will most likely be my next gun.
     

  3. honeybadger

    honeybadger New Member

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    Thanks. I'm pleased with it so far
     
  4. Uchahi

    Uchahi New Member

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    Nice. And I know exactly where you are shooting lol.
     
  5. honeybadger

    honeybadger New Member

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    Just an update, I didn't take it out for a few months but I've taken it out 2 of the last 4 weekends. I've put 700 (federal) rounds through it so far with no hiccups at all. Overall, I'm very pleased with its performance and it's a joy to shoot.
     
  6. spraynpray

    spraynpray New Member

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    I actually sold my 228 for a Sig Pro. Trigger is nice and I like the adjustable grip panels. Nice guns.