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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    I have a TACOPS 1911 .45 and find the fit, finish, quality and operation second to none
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    I recently bought a 229 Legion and 938 and while I only have hundreds of rounds, not 1000s, through them, I haven't had any issues. I also have a 229 Elite and 1911 Ultra I bought years ago and have had only minimal issues with the 1911.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    Personally I am sticking with the older Sigs...all of. I enjoy are used and most off of this forum.... Newest is a 2012 M11A1, runs like a champ once I replaced the mag springs...

    I am not a fan of the P365 especially with the problems they have had.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pag23 View Post
    Personally I am sticking with the older Sigs...all of. I enjoy are used and most off of this forum.... Newest is a 2012 M11A1, runs like a champ once I replaced the mag springs...

    I am not a fan of the P365 especially with the problems they have had.
    Same here. I have 5 Sigs, and 4 of them were bought used. They're all great guns. Anyway, I don't need a $500 anchor.

    I took some of my savings and sent in my P229 for the action enhancement package. It's my favorite gun now.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    Glock.
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    SIG Sauer seems to be busy with multiple product lines, but at least with proper management for each division. A few things get left behind, like the X-Change Kits. They are hard to find and are in production here and there, but are bought up quickly.

    The suppressor and optics lines are doing great.
    Those who dare.

  7. #17
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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    I bought one just a short while ago. It's got about 500 rounds of mixed ammo through it without a single problem. It comes with three 15 round mags. I bought a Blackpoint holster for it too. If you like being a "click bandit" there is a short reset trigger kit for it but it's totally unnecessary. Looks like it's back in stock at Sig.

    https://www.sigsauer.com/store/short...p227-p229.html

    Attachment 108574

    That's a very nice set up.

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    Default Re: Hows SIG these days?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Glock.
    hahaha That only took till post 15.

    I've never minded being a non-conformist. I like the safety of the DA first trigger pull, I like the reliability, I LOVE the SRT trigger, and I'm willing to put up with the extra weight. In my constable training last weekend, we were doing some dry-fire drills on the ground. I know I had the only DA/SA because mine was the only one that went "click click click" instead of just "click". Out of 13 guns, I noticed an M&P 2.0, a Springfield, a 1911 and my Sig. I think everyone everybody else had a Glock.

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by scruff View Post
    hahaha That only took till post 15.

    I've never minded being a non-conformist. I like the safety of the DA first trigger pull, I like the reliability, I LOVE the SRT trigger, and I'm willing to put up with the extra weight. In my constable training last weekend, we were doing some dry-fire drills on the ground. I know I had the only DA/SA because mine was the only one that went "click click click" instead of just "click". Out of 13 guns, I noticed an M&P 2.0, a Springfield, a 1911 and my Sig. I think everyone everybody else had a Glock.
    I've never owned, and never real own, a Glock. The only Glock I've ever fired was the Glock 18 down at the Washington machine gun shoot. Just helping the glocktards make sure they don't miss a non-glock thread with off topic glock posts.
    Life has a melody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by American1776 View Post
    That's a very nice set up.
    Thanks. I have a tendency to be a no nonsense type of person so I buy and use proven equipment and leave tupperware, off brands, and cheap stuff to others. The holster fits like a glove and worksmanship is top notch. Blackpoint made holsters for Sig and were sold on the Sig site but they're all gone now. I like this one without the big Sig emblem on that Sig was selling.
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