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    Post1911 sig with night sights $399 shipped

    Sig Sauer E2022-40-FDE-BLKGRP SP2022 FDE BG 12+1 40S&W 3.9" $399.00 SHIPS FREE

    they got these 2022s in 40 and 9mm for $399 with night sights. this is one of their plastic framed guns, and it has a short barrel like 4" --but it is a nice carry piece none the less.

    sort of mall ninja-ish but not so much as a glock--

    and buds still has those piston driven ar-15s for $599 as TWA mentioned,

    if i wasn't obama broke and 1911 poor i would probably buy one on the piston AR jobs for that kind of green.

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    427, have you shot these? Any idea how long they lasted in destruction trials?
    Wonder what's with these 2022s? Widener's has them with a laser for $435.
    I was thinking about another RIA 9mm, but if these are worthy, I might consider one.
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    thanks for the heads up I will pass and keep my sig P-228 and P-225 aluminum frames
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    these are plastic al-la glock. people go on and on on how durable plastic framed pistols are--

    i know that mid frame glocks can go tens of thousands of rounds with standard loads.

    these sigs supposedly passed an ARMY ord testing trials if that means much i don't know.

    i only own two types of plastic framed pistols i own are glocks and a single taurus.

    the taurus frame feels a lot more rigid than the glock. the glock with some stout loads also seems to give a little. i have never seen a glock frame fail --and i have seen glock barrels fail--

    i suspect that sigs plastic is as good as glocks--maybe a bit better--

    i prefer a steel framed pistol myself. i don't like the feel of most of the plastic guns i have shot. i don't know how this sig will feel like in plastic as i have only shot alloy and steel sigs.


    with such a short barrel and a night sight this is a carry/duty piece-- where the RIA 1911 is well a budget 1911-- kind of hard to compare them directly. the sig would certainly be a better carry pistol than a RIA in 9mm now a ria tac in 45acp with night sights --thats another story--LOL

    i would look at this sig like it is sort of a glock with a conventional trigger set up and more and possibly better safety set ups.

    i would take this sig over a glock of the same size --but that is just me. the sig has a lot better trigger feel to me than a glock does.

    to me a polymer framed pistol is a 'work" item a steel framed pistol can be either work or fun--

    what makes this a deal is it is a sig and its got night sights and probably a good trigger--

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    PSA has them for the same price in stainless-two tone

    Sig Sauer SP2022 Two Tone .40 w/ SigLite Night Sights E2022-40-TSS

    if i was going to get s expensive sig -- it would probably be something like this--

    Sig Sauer 1911 .45 ACP TACPAC 1911-45-TACPAC - Sig Sauer - Handguns - Firearms

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    The SIG 2022 has been getting pretty good reviews for a while. Its main drawback is that a lot of SIG diehards are steel gun fans. I may have to get one, currently only my SIG250 is polymer, out of my total five SIG handguns and four (soon to be five) SIG rifles.
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    i figure the sig 2022 is a pretty good pistol or i wouldn't have posted it.
    though YMMV.

    since a clone of a sig costs just a little less then a plastic framed sig that sort of makes this a deal and having night sights is a big +


    i would buy one of these myself but i have several mid sized .40s in glocks CZs and witnesses.

    if this model had a 4.5" or longer barrel in 9mm i probably would buy one-- as i don't have many 9mm pistols.

    since i bought a pt-1911 and have started on a 6" 10mm longslide 1911, i think i got enough in the way of pistol right now.

    sine the panic has eased lots of pistols by taurus, sig and the like are going for very reasonable prices.

    i don't know how long the prices will hold -- i do recall seeing a 45 acp sig polymer before the last panic for $280 shipped -- i nearly bought it but was luke warm over the DAO trigger--


    with all the gun deals lately you could end up cash poor very quickly--LOL

    sigs DA triggers are very good in SA mode so i'm kind of spoiled to um.

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