Local dealer trying to talk me out of buying an Equinox
So i had my heart set on buying a Sig 220 Equinox .45 until I went to a Dayton, Ohio gunshop/range. After shooting a few hundred through my Bushmaster M4, then my SA XD40, and the skeeter...I was browsing through the counter looking at the .45's. I had seen the Equinox online and they had 2 in the case so I started playing with it. The counter rep then proceeded to tell that I should look at the cheaper HK USP .45 and that I wouldn't be happy with Sig. Price difference was about $150 but thats not a factor to me, but he said the HK's are much more reliable, trigger pull is smoother, better craftsmanship, hold their resale better etc. Since I cannot actually rent an Equinox...I can't judge for my self....in fact they don't rent a 220 at all there, just a 226 9mm. Can anyone comment of this? I might just buy the Sig regardless and take my chances.
BTW, he also told me that they have far more quality returns on Glocks than they do HighPoints....but never would I even consider buying a HighPoint.
Also, if anyone lives in the area...the shop is Vandalia Range and Armory. They have a pretty nice 100 yard indoor rifle range and 15 computerized pistol lanes. I love the facilities there.