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Could somebody help me out?

Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by frank4570, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. frank4570

    frank4570

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    I'm pistol shopping. I have an idea of what I want but I'm getting confused by all of these numbers. Is there a chart or something that compares the 229r to the other models?
    Thanks.
     
  2. Bruce M

    Bruce M

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    Sorry no one more knowledgeable than me stepped up for this but I will give it a try ( remember this is worth exactly what you paid for it ) Sig's website has good descriptions and specifications.

    P220 Full size single stack .45 and a few in 9mm

    P226 Full size double stack in 9mm .357 Sig and .40

    P229 a bit smaller than the P226 double stack in .357Sig .40 and I have heard a few in 9mm

    P228 about same size as P229 in 9mm also double stack

    P245 "compact" single stack in .45 now I think it is called the P220 Carry which sort of makes what I wrote about the P220 above incorrect

    P239 "compact" single stack in 9mm and .40

    P225 single stack 9mm a bit bigger than P239 also known as P6. I used to see these used for around 300-350 at gun shows. I wish I had bought a few. I also wish I had bought Microsoft stock on day one.

    The "R" after one of these means rail.

    There are also P210's which I have never fired. Guys who know way more than I do say they are very accurate.

    There are also some polymer Sigs. There are also some .22s. I have heard enough about both to avoid both.
     


  3. SIGShooter

    SIGShooter Hucklebucks

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    Go to Sig's website and click on the "Technical" information block for each of the guns. That will explain it for sure.
     
  4. RedTape

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    When you say compare are you talking about technical specs? If so the Sig Web site has all that. If you want to compare size/look etc. browse the photo gallery thread at the top of the Sig section.
     
  5. preasoner

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    I always found the best way to compare is seeing and touching them side by side. I have to see and feel.. All the specs are great but they are just numbers till I see them for real.
     
  6. mesteve2

    mesteve2

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    I agree with you 100%.
    You know your Sig Sauer Pistols!
    Good Luck and I hope others listen to you!