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Old 11-30-2016, 01:28 PM   #1
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Hello from Texas.
It's been a while since I've posted, so I thought I'd post a couple pictures of my SP2022 that I've been tinkering with. I have to say I absolutely love this gun, I know they get some flack, but I couldn't be more happy with the functionality of it. Trigger mechanism is great (though I'd love a flat trigger like the apex ones for the 320's) it's more accurate than I am, and it eats everything I feed it, no problem.
So I figured I'd slowly make some personal touches and give it a "tacticool" look, like the Glocks all get these days. Just received my threaded barrel from Sig, metal guide rod, mec-gar +2 magazine, and the Inforce APL. Looking to get the barrel and guide rod coated in TiN, just because. Might do some slide windows or ports just to show off the gold barrel. I couldn't care less about the weight reduction, it's a beefy gun anyways. After I gather some trust in my abilities, I'd like to do some aggressive stippling above the trigger gaurd for a bit of texture where my finger rests when it's on "safety" but I'll post back here while I slowly piece this thing together.
Anyways, just a little show and tell for the "ugly-duckling" of the Sig line.
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Old 11-30-2016, 01:35 PM   #2
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This is not the ugly duckling of the SIG line, it is the best kept secret of the SIG line. I love mine too.

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I agree, I just remember someone referring to the sig pros as "ugly ducklings".
I think they have some of the coolest looking design features for semi-auto handguns in general. I wanted to spend what I would on a Glock but I really wanted a DA/SA and this was just too perfect to pass on.

I really dig the FDE with black controls.
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Sigs are SEXY period. Who wants to shot a block with a handle?
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Best $399 I ever spent...
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This is not the ugly duckling of the SIG line, it is the best kept secret of the SIG line.]
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Went ahead with the stippling. I've practiced a bunch with magul mags but this was my first time working on a gun. Really happy with the results, did my best to match the texture on the factory grip. It was a rainy day here in Houston so I had the day off from work, took advantage of that and went to do a systems check at the range. Hadn't had a chance to shoot it since swapping out parts. Once again, it's definitely more accurate than I am. Damn I love this gun.
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Stripped the barrel down and threw on a SS thread protector. Starting to get some wear and tear on the controls, nice little accents if you ask me. That being said it's handled all the abuse it's gotten wonderfully.
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