I\'ve put a few hundred through it at this point. Not thrilled. Not a bad .40, but not in the same ballpark as a Glock. That would be my point - I think most people who want a .40 would be better served spending the little bit of extra money to buy a G22 or G23.
The best thing is that it\'s been completely reliable in my testing. Another good thing is the grips have great texture. I usually have to do a tape job to get my grips feeling like this.
The things I don\'t like so much:
- Both double- and single-action triggers are mushy, and there\'s a long reset. A lot of the problems I had with it would be solved by a crisp 5 - 6 lb trigger.
- Not all that accurate. Across the board, it was giving me about 4\" groups at 15 yards. I guess it\'s fine for defensive purposes, but it\'s nowhere nearly as good as my .40 Glocks of the same dimensions.
- This criticism is personal : The Sig feels goofy and imbalanced in my hand. It\'s heavy and bulky in the middle, where you don\'t really expect it if you have much experience with other striker or 1911 pistols. I think the problem is the basic design - they\'ve put a steel slide on a polymer frame, bulked the whole thing up, and you wind up with a compact pistol that weighs 30 oz, and still only has 12 1 capacity.
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars!