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I am proficient with either! Or any for that matter!

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Sig is still the best in a tight spot. Anyone still has the Sig pro P-2340. They use to say it was a bad weopon to holster. But I never had any problums


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catm2005 said:

I think I should buy another Glock 21sf. but dunno really, I'd like to get another Glock 22. hummm I just really really love Glocks. They are soo sleak and sexy and accurate and sit so well in my tiny little hands. But what I realllly want is a Glock 35 and a 27. I just really like the .40 caliber round, its a nice medium between the 9 and 45. I guess cause I really cant shoot a 45 worth a crap, but do pretty awesome with a .40

If anyone ever wants to buy me a present, make it GLOCK!

would have taken you up on that if you had said a sig...........hmmm , but i guess one day you will see the light........


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Actually... i've got 4 magazines for a sig 228... guess i'll have to pick one up one day.. but i could always sell them and buy something else.. dunno.. did the sig thing and it didnt really take. I like em! No doubt about that.. but they are hella expensive now a days.


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catm2005 said:

Actually... i've got 4 magazines for a sig 228... guess i'll have to pick one up one day.. but i could always sell them and buy something else.. dunno.. did the sig thing and it didnt really take. I like em! No doubt about that.. but they are hella expensive now a days.

hmmmm , nice comeback .............i think you are holding on to those mags because down deep ................oh yea.....down deep you are a sig man


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You know you want to see how long it will last! :)


pc , me too oooooooooo , me too..........



LOL, Girl you are too funny!!! :)


damn just when i was sooooooo serious pc.........


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I own two Sigs...SHHHHHHH! Don't tell ;)

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GTS197 said:

I own two Sigs...SHHHHHHH! Don't tell ;)

okay , i won't ......but , since we are being honest here , oh how i wish i owned a 1911 papi.............


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laser said:


GTS197 said:


I own two Sigs...SHHHHHHH! Don't tell ;)


okay , i won't ......but , since we are being honest here , oh how i wish i owned a 1911 papi.............


I wish I owned another one ;)

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GTS197 said:


laser said:



GTS197 said:


I own two Sigs...SHHHHHHH! Don't tell ;)


okay , i won't ......but , since we are being honest here , oh how i wish i owned a 1911 papi.............



I wish I owned another one ;)


hmm , got the strangest feelin' you will.........and oh well you know about me and my feelins'..........


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laser said:


GTS197 said:



laser said:



GTS197 said:


I own two Sigs...SHHHHHHH! Don't tell ;)


okay , i won't ......but , since we are being honest here , oh how i wish i owned a 1911 papi.............



I wish I owned another one ;)



hmm , got the strangest feelin' you will.........and oh well you know about me and my feelins'..........


Hope you see more than one in my future...

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I'VE CARRIED SIG 228 & OWN A GLOCK 23 & SIG 226 THE SIG IS ABOVE & BEYOND THE GLOCK! BETWEEN THESE TWO GUNS - SIMPLE GO SIG..."TO HELL AND BACK...."
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GTS197 said:


laser said:



GTS197 said:



laser said:



GTS197 said:


I own two Sigs...SHHHHHHH! Don't tell ;)


okay , i won't ......but , since we are being honest here , oh how i wish i owned a 1911 papi.............



I wish I owned another one ;)



hmm , got the strangest feelin' you will.........and oh well you know about me and my feelins'..........



Hope you see more than one in my future...


okay so now you're being just greedy................


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Lol I would own a Sig before a Glock... dont like the Glocks.. never have


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As I've said elsewhere "Well, I’ve heard many anwsers from many people and all of the ones that knew what they were talking about, and weren’t Italian, said their praises to their favorites, but the one they recomended most over-all was SIG. One guy told me that he attended a semi auto pistol trial with all kinds of police and military issue pistols. They fired all of them as long as they could and only stopped firing when the individual guns would stop working, due to jams, fowling, or mechanical breakdowns...what have you. SIG was the only gun to not stop firing. I’d say the best bet for an automatic would be any double-stack magazine loaded 9mm SIG using Hollow points, or any kind of specially designed rounds that cost from 50 cents to $2 a round. I’d steak my life on a SIG 226 with 9mm hollow points. I KNOW I’m not the only one with that opinion." I've handeled Glocks before and I thought they felt light and cheap compared to what I'm used to, probably as a result of the plastic frame. I know they are good guns, but nothing could compare to SIG. SIGs are made of solid metal, so they're heavy and therefore more stable when fired, that correlates to improoved accuray over lightweights. An example from the SMG world would be the Soumi 31. That's about the most accurate SMG in the world. It's in 7.65, weighs about 10lbs because it has a milled reciever. I'm also into more antique/"classy" guns. I'm after functionality, badassness, and class for alot of themes in life. SIG is Badass and funtional.

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I am proficient with either but I prefer the Glock series of pistols.

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The Glock is the best thing to hit law enforcement since the .38

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I have used both i like the sig better then the glock i just did not like the trigger pull on the glock i like the sig

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I too prefer not having the hammer on the weapon. Go Glock


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If I had to chose SIg all the way..but the smith and wesson mp is far more superior, 8lbs pull, 17 rds come on now...

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Both are fine weapons. I prefer the Sig over the Glock any day. The Sig is just such a nice shooter. The Glock is just rather bulky. I am not a fan of the baby Glocks because they are just tooo bulky to carry concealed compared to other others...

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I cant belive this thread is still going for almost a whole year.


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mike said:

I've only shot one Glock, and it just never impressed me. It wasn't tremendously comfortable, I didn't shoot it well, and it even misfired. I later fired the round through my SIG 229, which has never misfired in over 3000 rounds fired. But what really matters is that both brands manufacture tremendous handguns in reliability and accuracy. The most important factor in choosing a brand is how it fits the shooter. In this way, they are like shoes - one size does NOT fit all. As for the rust factor....take the most basic care of your sidearm and it will last decades or more-neglect it and you'll eventually have problems no matter what make and model.

I agree. I have a Sig 229 .40 and a glock 23C, I have fired equally probably 3,000+ rounds through both, but I just like the way my sig shoots and feels compared to the Glock, I have thought about adding the 3.5 connector to the glock to see if that helps. The day after I bought my Sig I qualified with it, which by the way I had never fired it before every single round was center mass no problems, So I agree it depends on the shooter and the way you perfer the grip and feel of it, also it don't matter if it is a $10,000 dollar gun with all the bells and whistles if you don't practice practice practice with the weapon your not going to be any good with it.


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Glock and sig are both vary good gun's I smith and do extensive work on gun's, sigs and glocks out of the box don't need much... 17, 19, hicap 226 229 also hicap and with prac. you can kiy hole at 25 yards.

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WHILE BOTH ARE RELIABLE GUNS, AFTER SHOOTING BOTH, THE SIG IS A MUCH SMOOTHER FIRING GUN.

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Too many guns not enuf time. I have not been able to play with Sig's DAK trigger. As an instructor, armorer, and over all gun wacko; would rather have a sidearm with one trigger pull consistant throughout. Additionally I would rather have a combat type trigger which requires a deliberate large muscle manipulation to cause to fire. Thus I use and prescribe Glocks with the NY1 trigger spring. Our dept has one person (BOSS) with a Sig220 which he can use affectively with the traditional DA/SA trigger.

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I got to play with a Memphis PD's Sig, It's a good gun, but I love my GLOCK. I carry a GLOCK22C. The plus and downside to Memphis PD's Sig is they are double action only, so, same trigger pull each and every time.

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Being a gun crank I buy, shoot, drool, and other unmentionable things with guns often. The current crop of duty, self defense pistols and revolvers are of a quality never before available. Granted the S&Ws of the 1920s and 30s had glass type triggers and blueing to knock your socks off. But we now have well over 3 manufacturers making revolvers strong enough for medium to heavy work with more than adequate quality. Pistols can be had by close to a dozen manufacturers of varying sizes in all the most popular calibers for basic battle sidearms. Most of the ones of newest manufacture can meet accuracy and ergonomic standards, some straight out of the box. All we have to do is pick and choose the one or ones that meet our likes in comfort and fit. We can and should learn to be able to use any of them in case we need to pick up a 'battle field weapon' to the point of defending ourselves.

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Just inform the Air Force to do away with the outdated Beretta and I'll be happy. I have to carry it everyday for work

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