GUN Which Pistol Next? Sig P220 TB or HK USP TACT

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  1. PUREVIL

    PUREVIL More Money Than Brains Croo

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    I dont know why but im on a suppressor kick. I want my next pistol to have a threaded barrel so I can add a suppressor later. I really love my HK USP CS in 9mm over all my other polymer pistols, but I saw the Sig P220 TB today and I thought that would be a nice addition since I dont have any sigarms firearms.... kinda for varity. But I dont know much about them. I may just wait for the new HK45 that was debuted at the shotshow... rumor has it it will be released end of April???? Thoughts?
     
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    fatmoocow bored OT Supporter

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    go out and shoot the sig, you may like it better than than HK maybe not :dunno:

    I'm somewhat unsatisfied with the trigger on my usp compact, and shoot better with my sig though it is less bling than the usp
     
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    I had no idea the USPs were "bling"

    I'm waiting to try the HK45 :noes:
     
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    fatmoocow bored OT Supporter

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    they are with stainless slide :naughty:
     
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    I owned a P220 back in 1994...I would regularly demonstrate with my buddies the ability of that gun to feed empty brass. I would alternate live round/empty/live round/empty at the range, just to show how dead nuts reliable that pistol was. It also grouped at 1 inch at 5 meters in a weaver stance, iron sights. I loved that gun.

    The only reason I sold it, was because it was simply too large for my use as a concealed weapon. It's a full size duty sidearm or would be excellent as a home defense weapon, if you cycled out the mags pretty regular.
     

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