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    Steved13 is offline Junior Member
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    P226 tacops

    I've been out of shooting for about 30 years and I'm just getting back into it.

    The Sig's seem to fit me well and I like the feel and quality. I like the P226 tacops, but I can only find one locally in 40s&w. I've rented a couple of guns at the range 1 was a 40 and 1 was a9mm. Found the 9mm more comfortable and the 40 had a snap in the recoil. I can't find anywhere around that has a sig for rent so I'm comparing apples and oranges.

    My question is, with the weight and bulk of the sig tacops, would the 40 s&w still be a big difference from the 9? Or should I just wait for a 9mm to become available? This would be a gun for the range.

    Thanks for any insight.

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    Steved13 is offline Junior Member
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    I found a rental 226 in 40 s&w, I shot 200 rounds and got a feel for it, and liked it. With 9 mm ammo so hard to find, I think I'm going to get the 40.

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    Steved13 is offline Junior Member
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    I picked up the P226 tacops in 40 on Friday...700 rounds and flawless.

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    berettabone is offline Banned
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    I changed out most of my firearms to .40 cal. last year...just like shooting .40 the best.

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