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    I've been looking for one of these locally for a year now, no ones ever had one. A couple weeks ago I made an hour drive to a gun shop to do a transfer on a slighty used Sig 522 that I got for $300, and what do I see in the display case as soon as I walk in the door? Yup, a 2022 in 9mm, needless to say that went home with me as well.


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    The SigPro is an excellent gun! They are inexpensive, reliable and accurate. I heard Bruce Gray refer to them as "little rifles".

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    i just picked mine up tonight, going to the range tomorrow and i can't wait!!!!

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    The mags are interchangeable.

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    The new grips are available at TOP Gun Supply ...got one and they are great....The 2009 mags should fit the SP2022 in 9mm just fine and CDNN has the SP 2022 .40 mags for under 20. each.....

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    ok, just got back from the range and to say that i'm pleased would be a gross understatement. what a pleasure to shoot. very little recoil and ate 100 federal 115gr fmj's like it was an ethiopian at a vegas buffet!!! can't wait to go back and shoot again!!!

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    I keep reading about swapping the barrel from .40 to .357sig or vice versa, but has anybody actually done it and is it really that simple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverctr View Post
    I keep reading about swapping the barrel from .40 to .357sig or vice versa, but has anybody actually done it and is it really that simple?
    Yep, as long as its made for your gun. And usually the mags are marked 40S&W and 357Sig too.

    Vic.

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    This is a great gun! ive had over 2000 rounds through mine i already and have not had one issue. awesome pistol I got mine for $340 with taxes included with one mags. where can I get additonal mags for cheap..in california cost to much for 10 rounds clip for over $30.

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    G'afternoon yall, Im new to handguns and im lookin to buy my first one. Ive been shoppin around for my first handgun for some time and finally came across this sig sp2022. Ive always loved the way sigs felt in my hand and their over all ergonomics. With that being said, I was wonderin what yall think of this being my first gun? I can't afford too much because school is takin up alot of my money so it has to be an overall package (home defense, concealed carry, reliability, etc.) I would like to know what yall think so any feedback is appreciated. Yall have a good day.

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    @ DC88
    Both of my son's have a SP2022 - so do I & so does my wife.

    We all think that the 2022 is the best gun for the $$$ that is available right now.

    I would suggest that you get the 9mm because of the extra cost for .40 cal.

    Good shopping.


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    Is price the only reason you recommend the 9mm over the .40?

    I just got off the phone with Academy and both calibers are running for $399.
    Unless you are talkin about the price of the actual ammo.

    Thanks for the response!

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    @ DC88

    Sorry my post was not clear at all.

    I meant the price difference in the cost of ammo - 9mm vs .40 cal.

    If you shoot much (I do) just the difference in cost of the ammo per year would allow for you to buy a second gun, if you wanted to.

    Example:
    9mm $10 per 50 rounds
    .40 cal $18 per 50 rounds

    Shoot 50 rounds per week =
    9mm $520 year
    .40 cal $936
    difference $416 per year

    Just an example.

    I know you might or might not shoot that much ... but many of us shoot more than that.

    Sorry I wasn't clear.


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    I will probably put in a few hundred rounds right off the bat to get a good feel for the gun and see what kind of ammo it likes.

    After that, my school and work schedule will probably only let me shoot once a month if i'm lucky.
    However, I will definitely call around and see how much ammo runs around here and do the math to see how much it will cost me
    to give me a good estimate.

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    Buy the 9mm first, and as stated you will save on ammo quite a bit ...I am sure you will love that SP so much that down the road you will buy a second one as I and so many others have done.......Palmetto Armory had some on sale for a really great price....JJ

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    Just found it on their site for $349 in 9mm. The cheaper price for ammo is appealing so I'll probably look into it.

    I had never really considered a 9mm and had my eyes set on a .40 because of the size advantage.
    However, I trust yalls advice considerin yall have much more experience than I do, so I'll look around at the next gun show and keep my eyes open for one if not, I'll go back to Palmetto.
    Thanks for the info!

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    Hi all, first post here. I was just wondering if anyone could tell me if holsters for the 226 would fit this gun? I'm looking into a second weapon and want another Sig, but I have several high-dollar leather holsters for the 226, and it would be spectacular if they would fit both. Thanks all!

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    Welcome to the forum ... I think you'll like it here.

    It will probably depend on the brand of holster that you own.

    But I have several good quality leather holsters for Sig P226 & P229's that I can jam my Sig P2022 into.

    Not a good fit at 1st, but leather stretches over time.


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    the only real way to find out for yourself would be to take your holsters to the shop and try....at least that's what i would do. good luck and welcome!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dmicucci View Post
    Hi all, first post here. I was just wondering if anyone could tell me if holsters for the 226 would fit this gun? I'm looking into a second weapon and want another Sig, but I have several high-dollar leather holsters for the 226, and it would be spectacular if they would fit both. Thanks all!

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    I know this is an older thread, but it was a good read. Think I'm gonna put one on layaway as soon as I get my Ruger LCR 357 out of layaway next month.

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    I think you'll like it.


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    I think you all work for SIG.... ILL GO BUY ONE TOMORROW!!!

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    LOL!!! I wish!!! It would be a lot better than working in Detroit!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by cochese2102 View Post
    I think you all work for SIG.... ILL GO BUY ONE TOMORROW!!!

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    It's an old thread, but I feel it's the best place to ask this question, as I too am looking into getting a sp2022.
    I know that the older 2022's only came with one mag. thought I seen a unboxing vid with 2 mags or that they now come with 2.
    can anyone conform? I cant seem to find this out.

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    They are still coming with one magazine.

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