Many firearm users have plenty of complimentary things to say in their reviews of Sig Sauer’s firearm products.
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Discussing the P320 on DailyCaller.com,
weapons enthusiast John Connor states, “First, this is a sweet, sweet shooter; strong, simple, comfortable, safe, accurate and reliable.”
In another review, ChristianGunOwner.com
gives the Sig Sauer P232 a five star rating, stating that it’s “simply the best gun for a concealed carry.” Describing the weapon in detail, the article goes on to suggest that, “the smooth rounded edges make it a breeze to conceal. The .380 caliber may be small but with some good ammunition and accuracy it will pack a punch.”
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As can be expected, not all gun owners find the Sig Sauer products suited entirely to their needs. Some criticize the practicality of weapons such as the P226. Gun Digest discusses
the safety features of the weapon and notes the following: “If you prefer a safety catch with your double action mechanism, you’ll need to look to Beretta, S&W, Ruger, or any of several other makers. On the other hand, if you buy into the KISS principle (Keep It Simple, Stupid) theory that a safety/decocker on a double action pistol should only be used as a decocker, it should only function as a decocker."
Sig Sauer had upgraded one particular firearm, the P238 to the P938. Perhaps, a reason for this is that, according to centermassgroup.com,
the “.380 round is just too small ... and does not pack enough punch.” However, the new P938 is endorsed as being “the first 1911-inspired 9 mm micro-compact by Sig Sauer. This lightweight, all-metal pistol builds on the trusted P238 platform, delivering accuracy and reliability with duty caliber performance.”
This article does not constitute legal advice. Check the current gun laws before purchasing or traveling with a firearm.
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