Dadillac, may I suggest you look at P250 models for sale? They're probably the least expensive Sig you'll find on the used market. They were Sig's foray into the world of plastic and modular pistols and didn't really catch on like their steel counterparts, but have all the quality and reliability Sig Sauer is known for. I really, really like mine.I wish I could bring myself to spend the extra money for a Sig, I hear such great things about them
to really appreciate the Sig sauer, I think you need to own one, shoot it for a while, become accustomed to its reliability, accuracy and ergonomics.Nice! I have yet to shoot a Sig. I think I need to remedy that.
Well said. My first Sig, the 2340, didn't click with me when I got it in the fall. We had a terrible winter and I was stuck with dry firing it. I was going to the LGS to trade it in and decided to shoot the mags dry. Glad I did. Handling it all winter it snuck up on me. I ended up going to the LGS and ordering a 2022 instead.to really appreciate the Sig sauer, I think you need to own one, shoot it for a while, become accustomed to its reliability, accuracy and ergonomics.
you may like it when you see it/ hold it but you will appreciate it when you own it for a while.