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Old 01-19-2013, 07:55 AM   #1
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Sig 2022 dumb question

I just recently bought a sig 2022 9mm. I have not shot the gun yet, but i found i could wiggle the hammer back and forth with not much effort . Is this normal? I was expecting the hammer to sit solidly in place.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:57 AM   #2
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Mine has a little play in it as well when it's in DA mode. Need had a problem when shooting it.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:58 AM   #3
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Not sure on yours but on my P250 there is a little play until the magazine is in place and loaded. If it is after you have tried that call your Sig rep - they don't bite.

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You you mean side to side or front to back?

As Kevo said, in DA, you have some front to back. I have in mine. Side to side is pretty snug.

I SA, it's very tight (as I expect it to be).
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The movement is from front to back, like if cocking the pistol. Just wasn't sure, because I checked my other guns and there is no movement. Thanks for the replys.
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I guess I should check. I always check the slide movement from side to side. Just an old Army deal when the Colts would rattle when they were shook. Still shot good though. I was lucky, got to be friends with the supply Sgt. (dad was right) I got a near new 1911 from him and qualified very well. 498 out of 500 targets.
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No, it is not normal at all. Sounds like you have a chinese knock off. Pm me and I will send you my address for you to ship your gun to me so I can dispose of it properly.
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No, it is not normal at all. Sounds like you have a chinese knock off. Pm me and I will send you my address for you to ship your gun to me so I can dispose of it properly.
Does this ever work?
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No, it is not normal at all. Sounds like you have a chinese knock off. Pm me and I will send you my address for you to ship your gun to me so I can dispose of it properly.
It's worth a shot right?!
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It's normal.
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Does this ever work?
Not yet
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Yes, it is normal. If you dry fire it and hold the trigger back, you can push the hammer fwd all the way to the back of the firing pin. Once you release the trigger, you can't push the hammer that far fwd. This is so you can't fire a loaded chamber by dropping it or striking the hammer. The sigpro has the most floppy hammer I have ever seen, but it works like a champ. Shoot the hell out of it. Break it in with 125 gr for a few hundred rounds because the recoil spring is a lil' stiff and the slide may not lock back on an empty mag. Good luck.
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