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by Richard L Date Added: Wednesday 12 September, 2012
I received my SP2340 about three weeks ago as a replacement for my smaller 9mm Kel-Tec P11 as my carry pistol. I finally had a chance to take it to the range today and I put a 50 round box of Ultramax 125 gr. factory reloads through it. I put 48 rounds into the 7, 8, 9 and the "X" ring of a police B27 qualification target. The target was easily acquired with the sights and recoil was mild and manageable. I have read reviews on police websites about the SP2340 being more difficult to strip, clean and reassemble that other Sig pistols with separate takedown levers (on the SP2340, the slide lock lever and takedown lever are the same part). It took me approximately 15 minutes to strip clean and reassemble my pistol (much easier than the Kel-Tec P11). The pistol was shipped in a red cardboard box lined with foam egg crate packing and included were a spare 12-round magazine, a gun lock and a manual. I did notice on initial inspection that there was a light coating of rust on the hammer, decocker, and magazine release button. This came off easily with CLP. I am thoroughly satisfied with my purchase and recommend Bud's to anybody who is looking to purchase a firearm. Where else can you get Sig quality for $359.00?

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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