GUN SigPro SP2009

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  1. triXx

    triXx Im the crack being smoked by your dealer

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    What does WOMD think of it as a ccw? i personaly have one and like it just looking for other opinions as a friend wants to pick up a different carry, doesnt like his atm.
     
  2. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    Kinda thick and heavy as fuck for a polymer gun.

    Pretty good trigger.
     
  3. bobotech

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    Very well built. Excellent trigger (as most sigs have). Reliable. Heavy and thick as pointed out.

    I have a 40S&W version of the Sig polymer gun and I would not carry it because of its size. I look at it as a range gun/night stand gun but not a conceal carry gun.
     
  4. triXx

    triXx Im the crack being smoked by your dealer

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    yea i like having the weight, but no1 notices the size. never been printed and to me it is just a comfortable weight. i would like something a little smaller but a sig. but hell im even thinking of selling mine. im just hard on everything right now and 1ts one of the only things left i own to try to live.
     
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    I have absolutely no idea what you just said here. You really do smoke a lot of crack don't you?

    Anyways.... I thought the plastic Sigs never got the rep they deserved. They are a fully functional cheap P-Series give/take. If you look at them in that light, I think they are great buys.
     
  6. triXx

    triXx Im the crack being smoked by your dealer

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    lol no crack whatsoever, my mind just works differently, hell that statment still makes sence to me :p
     
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    you should probably lay off the crack
     
  8. triXx

    triXx Im the crack being smoked by your dealer

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    no i really gotta lose the gas guzzler and work less, school + work + 4 hours of driving a day drive me a bit nuts i guess. 12mpghighwayrotary....
     
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    my buddy has a 2022 and he loves it. Whats the difference between the 2022 and 2009? Newer model?
     
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    triXx Im the crack being smoked by your dealer

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    that i can tell is the capacity is diff. i have 15+1, 2022 is 10+1, trigger is thinner, 2022 has the accesory rail.

    2022 is basicly like the second run, used by french police. they changed a few things.
     
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    Pretty sure they're the same shit with the 2022 having the rail.
     
  12. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    Primarily just the accessory rail has been changed from the SIG style to the standard universal style. A few minor/internal changes that were made to satisfy the French police requirements. It's essentially the same gun.
     

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