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Sig 2022 opinions please
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I have a chance to pick up a NIB Sig 2022 at a great price. Please if you own one or ever had any experience with one give me your impressions. I am VERY limited on funds but this is probably the one time I get an opportunity like this.
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I was looking at these a while back when I was in the market for a 9mm. It's a Sig so it's well made and it's probably their least expensive model. I really liked the long slide release lever. It looks kind of odd, but I found it easier to manipulate with it located rear of the trigger. It has a ambidextrous mag release, decocker, a nice trigger and accessory rail. (if you like that sort of thing) I thought it was kind of heavy for a polymer gun, It felt like it weighed about 2 lbs. It only comes with one magazine which is lame.


I ended up not buying one because I lucked into a great deal on a P229. However, if I found a discounted P2022 I'd probably jump on it even now. When you compare it against other guns in the same price range like the Taurus PT92, Ruger SR9, Walther PPX and Bersa Pro HC it seems like a no-brainer.
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Rik Bitter;134239 Wrote:I was looking at these a while back when I was in the market for a 9mm. It's a Sig so it's well made and it's probably their least expensive model. I really liked the long slide release lever. It looks kind of odd, but I found it easier to manipulate with it located rear of the trigger. It has a ambidextrous mag release, decocker, a nice trigger and accessory rail. (if you like that sort of thing) I thought it was kind of heavy for a polymer gun, It felt like it weighed about 2 lbs. It only comes with one magazine which is lame.


I ended up not buying one because I lucked into a great deal on a P229. However, if I found a discounted P2022 I'd probably jump on it even now. When you compare it against other guns in the same price range like the Taurus PT92, Ruger SR9, Walther PPX and Bersa Pro HC it seems like a no-brainer.
The 250 is the cheaper price range isnt it? I know it is not a high end Sig I just was interested in hearing about peoples experiences. Thanks Rik.
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das;134289 Wrote:
Rik Bitter;134239 Wrote:I was looking at these a while back when I was in the market for a 9mm. It's a Sig so it's well made and it's probably their least expensive model. I really liked the long slide release lever. It looks kind of odd, but I found it easier to manipulate with it located rear of the trigger. It has a ambidextrous mag release, decocker, a nice trigger and accessory rail. (if you like that sort of thing) I thought it was kind of heavy for a polymer gun, It felt like it weighed about 2 lbs. It only comes with one magazine which is lame.


I ended up not buying one because I lucked into a great deal on a P229. However, if I found a discounted P2022 I'd probably jump on it even now. When you compare it against other guns in the same price range like the Taurus PT92, Ruger SR9, Walther PPX and Bersa Pro HC it seems like a no-brainer.
The 250 is the cheaper price range isnt it? I know it is not a high end Sig I just was interested in hearing about peoples experiences. Thanks Rik.

Just personal opinion, but if you're going to get a pistol with a hammer, then (for me) it has to be able to shoot in single action. I rather have the P2022 over the 250, simply because of that reason. I almost bought one, but went with a Canik Stingray instead. Even if I went with the P2022, I doubt I would have regretted it.
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das;134289 Wrote:The 250 is the cheaper price range isnt it? I know it is not a high end Sig I just was interested in hearing about peoples experiences. Thanks Rik.

I had forgotten about the P250. I've never handled one but I think it would come in about $50 cheaper than the SP2022. I have not heard nice things about the P250s trigger but that was from someone who does not dig shooting DA so take it with a grain of salt.
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#6
A guy at my club has a 2022 and really seems to like it. I've seen him bring it out for a couple matches, never heard him complain about it. I've never asked to shoot it so can't give any first hand experience. This is a guy who shoots frequently, likes Sigs, and doesn't keep problem guns if he is unable to fix them. To me, the fact that he still has it says it is a decent gun.
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#7
I have had mine for a little over a year, probably ran a thousand rounds through it. It shoots true every time, I love it. You won't be sorry if you get it.
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