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Old 11-30-2010, 02:48 PM   #1
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Lets see your Wagon Wheels! Doesn't have to be Sigs but I can't think of a better one for the forum.



I've had this infatuation with Sig for a couple years now, to the exclusion of my other pistols( for now anyways).

I'd like 4 more to finish my micro collection, for the time being.









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Which one is your favorite to shoot?
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Nice! I do not have enough handguns to have much of a wagon wheel.
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Nice! I do not have enough handguns to have much of a wagon wheel.


Same here, mine's more like a flat tire.
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Haha nice, I can only make a small V shape with my two guns
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Which one is your favorite to shoot?




That is so tough to say as they run from 22lr, 9mm, .357sig, .40S&W to .45acp.

But the SigPro trigger is really nice, very smooth and my SP2340 is .357sig which is the flattest shooting round I've ever shot. ( I actually like the looks of my SP2340 better than my SP2022, dont really like the rails) .

The DAO of the P250 is honestly the smoothest DA trigger I've ever shot and I like shooting .45acp ( I know the reset irritates SA & DA/SA folks).

The P250 trigger is the equivalence of a DA revolver trigger on an auto loader. So for folks born & raised on DA/SA autos instead of revolvers, I think it'll always be a love hate thing.

Of the P-Series Sigs, the 228 is tough to beat. Its 9mm so you can shoot it all day long w/o fatigue & its as accurate as you'd expect .

But I'm finding that I actually like the feel of a single stack again. I got away from them when all the double stack, High Cap craze hit.

So the P239 & P225 really feel good. I actually hated the feel of the P228 with hogue finger groove grips, so much so that I gave away a new set after one trip to the range.

I carry the P239 more than any of my other CCWs. Yet I shoot the Mosquito more than anyof the others. I've always enjoyed shooting .22s .

If I had to be honest...I bought the P225 & P228 because they're quentessential examples of old German Sigs and I wanted them in my collection not because I really needed yet another 9mm and thats the same reason I'll buy a P226.( I don't really have any use for a fullsize pistol but I want a P226 in the bunch). I want the new P290 for a valid reason. I want it to fill a gap in my Concealed Carry line up.



I suppose it would have to be the P239. Its currently in .40S&W but I want to get the .357sig barrel for it.

Sorry for the long winded answer.....Ya'll get me talking guns ( pistols especially ) & I don't shut up!
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I just might have to put a wagon wheel together since I realized I have enough handguns. At the moment though it will only have a couple of Sigs and three revolvers,. Now I just have to find the time and place to set it up.



Btw, does my .22 conversion kit count? Because if it does I'll replace one revolver with the conversion kit. If it doesn't I'll just put it with the P220.
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