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Sig Sauer E2022-40-BSS P2022 12+1 40S&W 3.9" Reviews

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46 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.8 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.8 of 5 Stars!]
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by Luis G Tuesday 19 January, 2010
I have wanted this pistol ever since the first version came out. They became real scarce before they brought out the second version. Unfortunately I wasn't in the market when the Sig 2022 were easy to get. Fortunately Buds had one. I have also really enjoyed my firearm buying experiences with Buds. I'm a big Sig, and Glock fan. Something about the Sig Pro just made sense to me when I discovered their existence, and I was able to hold them in the past. I feel that Sig Sauer thought carefully about the design, and didn't just throw any polymer product out there with its name on it. Nope this pistol is not a Cadillac Catera, thank God! The Sig 2022 is worthy to have the name Sig Sauer on it, and is way more than a mere novelty! This pistol feels great in hand, and has excellent point-ability. This is not a "cheapy" pistol by any means, and is much more handsome then the goofy Sig P250s. Although, I am not used to field stripping with the system it has. Traditional Sigs or Glocks have a way easier take down, but I trust that the Sig 2022 will become manageable with practice. (Sometimes the user has to adjust to a weapon.) I look forward to shooting this gun at the range! There is one question on my mind if anyone could help: I have watched reviews on the Sig 2022, and their pistols came with three magazines, a replacement grip, and a traditional Sig Sauer blue carry case with brochures (Is this the civilian consumer market version?). Another buyer of this pistol (from Buds) gave a review and said that he received "...the triple-serial, German proofed version." Sig 2022. I'm not sure what version I have, but I'm wondering if I have this all German version because my Sig 2022 came in a smaller black carry case with only two magazines. The other interesting part is that it was test fired on what apears to be a German paper target that they included, and it had all German writing. The slide on the gun says Exeter NH, the frame made in Germany. I doubt that the German facility would send their frame to be assembled with an American slide to be then shipped back to Germany to be test fired (unless for some goofy reason New Hampshire test fires on German paper targets.). Also there is a sticker on the top of the case that says the pistol was made in Germany. Still, I wonder... I am confident that it will serve as it should either way.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by william m Saturday 16 January, 2010
I wasn't going to buy one but simply couldn't pass up Buds deal. I'm glad I did, the one I received is the triple-serial, German proofed version. These are said to be better fitted than the mixed US/German part models. So far so good for mine. The trigger seems every bit as good as the $1000+ sigs, which I've fired back-to-back. It isn't quite as nice looking as the 229, but for hundreds of dollars less you can't complain. So far no FTF, FTE, etc. and I've tried a number of the cheap ammo brands. To those who experience slide locking issues...simply get your thumb off the slide lock. Its such a common issue that its in the Sig FAQ, and its very easy to put your thumb on it with enough pressure to stop the slide from locking back on empty. Its a shame someone gave it 3 stars for what is almost certainly a user issue. Its a sig for under $500, you really can't go wrong.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Michael F Monday 21 December, 2009
Another terrific experience with Bud's. My SigPro2022 arrived within two days of ordering it, exactly as described. This is the 40sw model. I also have the 9mm version and there are some interesting differences between the two guns. Both have the triple serial numbers, but only the 40 has the German proof marks on the slide and barrel. Both have black plastic cases that say Nitron fiinish, but the 9 has a slightly lighter and much smoother finish on the slide. The 40's is much blacker and shinier, but you can also see slight tool marks. The 40 also has much smaller (too small, in my opinion) night sights than the 9, no lanyard loop (even though the grips are the same size), a hollowed-out area on the rear of the trigger, and 12-round magazines instead of 15 for the 9mm. My main gripe is that takedown with both guns is VERY difficult at first, but eventually loosens up. And yes, they are extremely accurate. All in all, one of the best "bangs for the buck" you will ever find.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by CAGDAS I Friday 18 December, 2009
This is my first ever gun. I have done my homework and after a 2 months of research I went ahead and purchased this gun from Buds. Great gun for a great price. I have put through about 250 rounds of WWB and not a single failure of any kind. great accuracy 3" groups at 25 yards and I am not a good shooter. The grip gun comes with is a little small for my hands so I will order the medium grip soon. Take down is not too bad, you get used to it after a couple of times. Its an all German built gun and comes with ilaflon finish, german proof marks and triple serial numbers. I would love to have a 9mm as soon as I can afford and be avaliable on Buds. This is a keeper, I may own and trade alot of guns in future but this being my first gun and being a really good one I will never sell or trade this one. Evrything went smooth with Buds as well and great customer service they have.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by dale s Thursday 17 December, 2009
Bud's was great to do business with, all went smoothly, gun arrived at FFL sooner than expected. 2022 is a nice shooting pistol, that is a little hard for me to break down but other than that no problems after 500 rnds. I'll give my XDm the slight nod because its easier to break down but other than that Its pretty close. Night sites are nice.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Christian M Saturday 12 December, 2009
Buds is a great company to deal with and I will continue to do business with them. The SP2022 seems like it is a very well made handgun and shares the same perks of any other Sig. However, brand new out of the case, the slide on my particular SP2022 will not reliably lock back on an empty magazine. It is now on its way back to the factory for Sig to repair. Other than that issue, it seems like a great handgun. The grip feels good, the trigger is nice, it isn't too heavy, and it came with everything it said it would.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">3 of 5 Stars!</span> [3 of 5 Stars!]
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