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Old 12-16-2012, 04:31 PM   #1
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Not consistent with sig SP2022



As you can see my best groupings came with a glock 19, and very easily I might ad. My best grouping with the sig is also shown on this target. That was at 10 yards and very difficult to achieve. I do not know what the deal is. My friend could shoot my sig just fine. I could barely hit the broad side of a pregnant Vegas hooker. Any tips? I was mainly shooting low and to the left! I have a hard time focusing on the sights. The sights on the glock are sweet. With the white "U" on the rear sight made lining up super easy.

I've put 500 rounds through the sig and have had 2 fte's. Also my thumb hit the slide stop a few times preventing the slide from locking. Is this just a simple matter of practice?
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Old 12-16-2012, 04:45 PM   #2
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ez to understand the 19, glock's are easy for me to shoot & why i carry a g30, even though i have several sigs.

trigger control, position of finger pad on trigger, practice practice practice.

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Old 12-16-2012, 08:08 PM   #3
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I would have a shooter friend see how well they can shoot with your Sig. If the friend shoots succesfully, then practice, practice, practice...
If your friend has the same results, I would contact Sig Customer... Here's their contact info:
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Dry fire practice. There is a MASSIVE difference between the triggers of the Glock and the Sig. The sig has a much crisper, cleaner break than the Glock's, but the Glock is consistent from shot-to-shot (no DA/SA transition). I think the problem you are having involves the trigger reach distance difference, which means you have to pull the trigger differently (like locking the last finger joint straight), or reposition the pad of your trigger finger.
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Dry fire practice. There is a MASSIVE difference between the triggers of the Glock and the Sig. The sig has a much crisper, cleaner break than the Glock's, but the Glock is consistent from shot-to-shot (no DA/SA transition). I think the problem you are having involves the trigger reach distance difference, which means you have to pull the trigger differently (like locking the last finger joint straight), or reposition the pad of your trigger finger.
I forgot to mention the Glock had some work done to it by Service Customs. He did a full grip job/stippling and he did a trigger job on it. The trigger is amazingl crisp, short, and smooth!
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Same Exact Issue Here!!!!

Tonyroc,

Your not alone, I have the same exact issue but one thing I did discover is my sight setup is different than what is mentioned in the forums (should be #8 front and rear according to the forums) but mines is actually #8 front #10 rear. I also shoot my glock 19 like a pro but when it comes to my sp2022 (9mm just purchased) my shots favor yours. I've shot around 400 plus rounds through mines (sp2022) and I'm still have having issues finding a consistant sweet spot. I want to thank the other reply (sorry I forgot your name) for the pictures you included those will help!!! Thanks again.
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Bearone2,

Would you mind posting either a link or a fullsize printable copy of the Right Hand Correction Chart? Thank You!!!
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Tonyroc,

Your not alone, I have the same exact issue but one thing I did discover is my sight setup is different than what is mentioned in the forums (should be #8 front and rear according to the forums) but mines is actually #8 front #10 rear. I also shoot my glock 19 like a pro but when it comes to my sp2022 (9mm just purchased) my shots favor yours. I've shot around 400 plus rounds through mines (sp2022) and I'm still have having issues finding a consistant sweet spot. I want to thank the other reply (sorry I forgot your name) for the pictures you included those will help!!! Thanks again.
I'm glad I'm not alone. I felt as if I lost my touch(or my vision was poorer than I thought) until I shot the Glock. I was dead accurate with that thing.

I've gone 500+ rounds with the sig. I'm hoping to get more practice and just simply get better at it! Although a sight change might help.
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Btw all the other random shots on that target were from my dad.
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