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    Thinking of purchasing a sig

    which one would you recommend for uspsa production.
    itching to purchase another gun.
    let's make america great again

    #2
    I have my eye on a P226 Legion.

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      #3
      The best model of Sig is the Glock. Get that.
      Know your rights/Refuse peacefully to consent to a search /Ask if you are free to go or are being detained/Even if you are not doing anything wrong the 4th Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches/Never say anything to law enforcement even if you think it will help you/If questioned you should clearly and unequivocally request that you would like to have an attorney present and defer any questions until then/Never go to prison because you are afraid to go to jail.

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      • bberetta1
        bberetta1 commented
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        Stop polluting a real gun thread with your plastic fantastic.

      #4
      x5

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        #5
        P226 is an all around great gun, can't go wrong with it.





        And, it's not a Glock

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          #6
          Any Sig is great. I have almost every European made model. I know McFly just got a 226 Legion. Wichever Sig you choose is ok, NEVER buy a Glock. Glock's are plastic ware that ain't fun to wear!!
          Last edited by Karpteach; 05-23-2016, 09:43 PM.

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            #7
            Lol I have 5 glocks no sigs yet
            let's make america great again

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            • Huntington Guy
              Huntington Guy commented
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              The first step is admitting you have a problem.

            #8
            Originally posted by Havfun View Post
            Lol I have 5 glocks no sigs yet
            You should keep it that way...

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              #9
              Had a sig. Double action first shot killed it for me. Wouldn't consider it for a comp gun for me because my first shot with DA was so bad.

              Sold it and got a 1911.

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                #10
                My P226 and my P239 are my two favorite guns. I have more. They are an addiction. I bought the P239 in .40 S&W, I was able to buy a drop-in .357 sig barrel, and I had a Bar-Sto 9mm drop-in custom fitted. (You can just get a drop-in, but they will custom fit it for tighter tolerances). So it is three in one!

                On the P226, you may be able to do the same drop ins, but I did it backwards, because the 226 I wanted was a 9mm, so I added a Sig Caliber exchange kit in .40, which comes with a new slide, and bought in a drop-in .357sig barrel, and a 9mm barrel, right from Sig for the the .40 slide, and I have 3 calibers in that one too!
                Last edited by MSA77; 05-23-2016, 10:25 PM.
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                  #11
                  Originally posted by mossy930spx View Post
                  Had a sig. Double action first shot killed it for me. Wouldn't consider it for a comp gun for me because my first shot with DA was so bad.

                  Sold it and got a 1911.
                  I haven't shot competition for a while, and you are right that the pull on the double action is close to 10 pounds. My P239 is a DAK LEO edition (not SAS gen 2) which I hated when I got it, almost sent it to Sig, as they will swap DAK with SA/DA or vice-versa, but I wanted to force myself to get used to. I think it is around 5 pounds, but both can have work done. I have to agree, 1911 is the way to go. I don't even own one, but it is next.

                  Edit: maybe not 10, but at least 7, or 8 lbs. My S&W 686 is 10 lbs easy on DA!
                  Last edited by MSA77; 05-23-2016, 10:27 PM.
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                    #12
                    If you insist on a Sig get a 320 full size.

                    Any DA/SA Sig is inferior for Production use than the CZ SP01 you are using now.
                    Last edited by SlowTime; 05-24-2016, 07:43 AM.

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                      #13
                      Had a P220. Sold it. Only handgun I've ever sold.

                      Have a bunch of Glocks. My go to guns. Any of them.

                      Shooting only 1911's this year. Trying really hard to see what the appeal is. Really hard.

                      Love my CZ-75, just not for competition. Not a fan of DA/SA for Production.
                      Steve

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                        #14
                        what's to think about, Legion FTW.

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                        • SlowTime
                          SlowTime commented
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                          They have done a great job with the new Legion. If I had to get a Sig, it would be a 229 Legion.

                        #15
                        I have P226 and love it, excellent gun and a great choice for a new addition.

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