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Hey all...new guy here. I live in Central NH about 30 miles from SIG.

I've been a shooter since I was a kid, shooting rats at the town dump and on the farm with my dad's 22 pistol. I spent six years in the navy 75-81 and returned to NH after my enlistment ended. I have a dozen or so long guns and pistols and a revolver (a Colt Python, my pride and joy)...

I have been wanting a SIG for a year or two but finances never let me do it with a clear conscience. This past week I sold off a bunch of sound equipment that I was no longer using and went to my LGS this weekend and bought the SP2022. I had a pretty strict budget I was working inside so whatever I bought needed to be under $500. After looking at a half dozen guns, I settled on the 2022...the DA trigger is a bit stiff but the SA trigger is great for a sub $500 pistol.

I'm taking it to the range this afternoon after work for a shakedown cruise.

Seems like a great forum...
 
Posts: 7 | Location: Rt3, NH | Registered: March 27, 2017Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Welcome to SIGforum.

We hope you will provide a range report.


Niech Zyje P-220

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Welcome!

You shop at Riley's and Shooters Outpost?


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Welcome!

You shop at Riley's and Shooters Outpost?


I do...in fact I bought the SIG at Shooters. I am a regular at both places. I've been going to Rileys since the early eighties. I do what I can to keep them both in business. When I'm back home in northern NH, I also hit up The Village Gunstore in Whitefield where I bought my first .22 rifle in the 70s and my Colt 1911 in the mid eighties, both of which I still have.
 
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Welcome to SIGforum.

We hope you will provide a range report.



Well, I went to the range after work and shot two mags in about ten minutes but it was so cold, I packed up and went home. By the time I threw everything back in the range bag, I couldn't feel my fingers. The thirty rounds I sent into the sandbox went with no issues whatsoever but the trigger is going to take a bit to get used to. It's very smooth but doesn't break until it's almost against the back of the guard. From what I've read, that is normal.
 
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Welcome from the Seacoast. Enjoy the new Sig but be aware they can be addictive.





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Greetings from a fellow Granite Stater. Welcome Aboard!

I live one mile from Riley's....As you can imagine, I'm a regular! Wink


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Greetings from a fellow Granite Stater. Welcome Aboard!

I live one mile from Riley's....As you can imagine, I'm a regular! Wink


I live just far enough away that I need to think about going and it's probably just as well(I live a bit north of Concord). I usually hit both Shooter's and Riley's in the same trip.

I want to take a drive to Epping and visit the mothership.
 
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Welcome to the forum from Arkansas


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Welcome to the forum from Georgia.



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Lucky to have a couple great shops nearby. I make a visit over there every couple months. Nothing like them over here without driving clear up to Burlington almost.


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