I've had a P225 for years and I love it, most days its my CCW Weapon. Price dictates most things, I think I paid $350 for mine with box and mags in fall of 2016
I have had 4 225's, everytime i sell one i buy another. I have had 2 228's. The grip is just a tad short
I now have 5 226's.
900 for 225 is silly, i paid 600 for one on here with7 mags last year.
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Let me care enough to respond for you. Broadside, in an attempt to prove you being full of it, ironically, proved your point. Those tiny differences in measurements noted above are totally meaningless. Lol.
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I have several of each. They both feel good, but the 225 feels a little slimmer. I used to prefer it, now I prefer the 228. Maybe I will flip flop again in the future. It’s nice to have choices. I just wished the barrels interchanged.
I believe I agree with the post that Broadside included. I think the reason the P225 grip feels smaller than P228 does not have anything to do with the thickness of the grips. It is because what I call the "cutout" (where the web of your hand goes on the backstrap) is bigger so that the index finger is closer to the trigger. I think the cutout is bigger on the E2 grips, too, which is why they also feel smaller or "thinner".
Regardless, the P225 feels the best in my hand of all the SIGs and I like it the best. However, the P228 is the better all around pistol and is the one I would recommend.
West German P228 (first duty weapon)
GOTM Nickel P229
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