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A Glock or a SIG Sauer

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by DesertToy, Sep 16, 2015.

  1. Sep 16, 2015 at 8:25 PM
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    i want to get a new pistol and between these two I'm not sure which way to go. Both have their pros and cons. I really like the mounts people have been putting in their tundras. What do you all recommend and show me some mounts!!!
     
  2. Sep 16, 2015 at 8:28 PM
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  3. Sep 16, 2015 at 8:30 PM
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    That is awesome! If I lived in Alaska I would buy it!
     
  4. Sep 16, 2015 at 8:37 PM
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    Both are great. I like the feel of the Glock over the Sig though.
     
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    Glock
     
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  6. Sep 16, 2015 at 9:03 PM
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  7. Sep 16, 2015 at 9:04 PM
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    Forget glock, go SIG all the way.
     
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  8. Sep 16, 2015 at 9:10 PM
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    Glock 10mm over Sig if I had to choose between the two as far as calibers. Royal Canadian Mounties swear by the 10mm. Lot of pro/con's about the 10mm.
    Forget both. 1911 45 is combat proven. Semi auto? Easy choice>http://www.kimberamerica.com/pistols/1911


    Do you ever to plan on reloading? Something to consider too.

    Glock 10mm:upload_2015-9-16_22-27-35.jpg Pretty good



    BEST IMO:[​IMG]
     
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  9. Sep 16, 2015 at 9:20 PM
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    HK P30L Very,very good:[​IMG]
     
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    Sig p220 here for almost 20 years. Never jammed. I have have put some serious rounds thru it.
     
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    I still have a Ruger Black Hawk revolver 41 Mag that I bought in 75. Can't jam. My favorite. [​IMG]


    SIG P220 is one of the best.
     
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    My glocks are good enough for me.
     
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    And they should be.
     
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    Nice one there man...

    To be honest op they all have there pros and cons with them.

    Sigs are very well built and HEAVY...

    glocks. Built well alittle light IMO.

    Both have been used by police and armed forces so you cant go wrong.
     
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    Guns are like tires: "what's the best?" Apples and oranges. "What caliber is the best?" What rifle/handgun is best is what is my hand at the time. heh heh. Right??
     
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    Between the two choices given, Sig over Glock any time. Personally, I chose HK over everything. :thumbsup:
     
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    I own every gun posted above and I love my Glock 27 gen 4 the most(40 cal). I'm a minimalist so it's perfect for me since there's nothing to them. Easy to break down, clean, load, and conceal. And any Glock magazine will fit any Glock (of same caliber of course). Here's mine with a 15 round magazine.
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    And here's my mount I installed in the Tundra. The picture is from my Tacoma though, but it still works.
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    And for some eye candy... My Kimber .45 and my Dessert Eagle 50 cal with a red dot sight!
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    I would be leery of that holster for air bag deployment.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Just don't want to see you injured more severely from an accident. Maybe you don't have the knee air bag??
     
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    Springfield Xdm or Kimber. I would go center console or seat front pouch. Some seat covers have the option for a storage pouch.
     
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    Here in N.J we are not allowed to have guns...

    Anyway, can you find a shop that has a range and will rent you both? We have a shop across the river in Pennsylvania that does that and probably the best way to go.

    Can't go wrong with either imo. Really depends on fit, feel, and what your purpose is. Good Luck!
     
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    I was looking at a Sig p220 after reading reviews and shooting it with a buddy while camping. I liked it a lot. I have never shot a Glock but they have a good reputation as well. Went camping a few weeks ago and took my dads Springfield XDM 45. I think I almost liked it more than the Sig but i want to shoot both in the same day to decide. My dad has 7 brand new XDM's along with his daily Xdm and he wants to get me my first hand gun for the upcoming b-day. He thinks i should go with the Xdm but I just want something that feels comfortable and is reliable. Good luck with your decision. Wouldn't it be nice if you could have BOTH.
     
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    Glock of course. Proven and basic. Shoots dead on right out of the box. As for the caliber I'd go with 9mm. Perfect knock down to kick in my opinion and usually easy to stock up on rounds. A glock 19 if you want a fairly compact gun that will hold 15 rounds or the newer glock 43 is a 6 round single stack for a very concealable gun. My 19 is probably my favorite gun. Its a tool to me and I know it will work when I need it.
     
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    I have a sig P250 that i usually carry, trigger has a really long pull but it makes me feel like i'm less prone to an accidental discharge. it's basically like shooting a 9-shot revolver due to the trigger.

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    However, when it's in the truck, i like simple.
    This is how i had my old pistol in the tacoma, but i do about the same with the tundra i have now. it fits better in the tundra because it has the slot between the two cup holders it it fits perfectly.
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    I have both and like both. The HK I have are my favorites!
     
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