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I would like a fun gun and I'm having a hard time deciding what to pick, this will be pure fun what would you pick?

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What Ould you pick and why?

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Sig 320 Spectre
Staccato P duo

 
 
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I already have 2 P320's and have been very tempted by the Staccato.
 
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Not even in the same category. The P320 will be "fine", but the Staccato will be a lot more fun. I find the current crop of 2011s to be some of the most shootable out of the box guns I have ever handled.
 
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While I’ve not handled a modern Staccato, the STI pistols I have shot have been AMAZING range guns. For a purely fun blaster I’d probably go staccato and agree they are sort of in a different league. If I wanted a more “do all” pistol the SIG would get my nod. I’m not even a “1911” guy so to speak. Smile


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Staccato all they way.

The Spectre is just a blinged out, mass-produced 320.

The Staccato is a semi-custom, hand-fitted pistol.


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For a range pistol that won't be carried, I'd go Staccato.
Got some range with with a Staccato P at a vendor event & really liked it. Price tag was out of my budget, but it was a joy to shoot.




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Yeah, wildly different animals. And like $1000 difference in price.

The STI is very much a different league than any 320, as far as fit and finish go.

Both are excellent guns, but very different. I'd ask myself two questions: do I want to spend way more money on the STI and am I good to go with using the manual safety.


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As for something to have fun with and having to choose between the two:

P Duo.



 
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Another vote for the Staccato. If you're thinking about the Spectre Comp, that's a little harder since it's closer to a Staccato XC for $3,000 less, but the regular Spectre isn't worth it.
 
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I doubt that the Spectre Comp shoots anything like an XC. I haven't shot a Spectre Comp, but I do have some comped pistols and the Staccato P is still a far better shooting experience.

...my XC won't be here until August, though.
 
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Happy fathers day!, well I went to one of the local shops and they had a Staccato P DPO threaded barrel and it came home with me. later today I will hit the range.
 
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Cool!



 
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Congrats! Looking forward to your comments on the first range trip.
 
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Lube it till it's wet and run it dry.
 
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My son and I took the Staccato to the range and put about 200 rds through, 0 malfunctions and this thing is great. I'm glad that I bought it just need to buy a few mags and holster, of corse a lot of ammo Smile.
 
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Awesome! Enjoy it.

There are several compensator options specific to the Staccatos that are either available or in development. May be worth considering.
 
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Awesome! Enjoy it.

There are several compensator options specific to the Staccatos that are either available or in development. May be worth considering.


I'm looking forward to getting a compensator, but for now first a few magazines and a holster.
 
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May be worth checking out Hilton Yam's maintenance video if this is your first 2011:

https://youtu.be/TbvrvAEjDrw

Lube is good. Cleaning beyond a wipe down maybe not so necessary. I've had no issues using either a P or C2 across multiple days of class without a proper cleaning, just some lube.


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Awesome! Enjoy it.

There are several compensator options specific to the Staccatos that are either available or in development. May be worth considering.


I'm looking forward to getting a compensator, but for now first a few magazines and a holster.


Dawson Precision makes one that is pretty sweet. Just FYI Big Grin

https://dawsonprecision.com/ic...by-dawson-precision/


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Can’t go wrong with a Staccato. I have a C2 and XC and previously had a P. I take my C2 to range more than any other gun I own.
 
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