View Full Version : Sig 2022...what is the issue?

oz in SC
June 21, 2012, 22:24
Seems like the redheaded stepchild of the Sig family.
Is there something inherently wrong with it,or did it simply not catch on?

I have been offered one in trade,two weeks old,with factory laser and some ammo for a AR I have.
The AR is a parts gun,New Frontier lower and M16A1 upper.

Decent trade?

June 22, 2012, 05:55
They are very good pistols. I picked up a new one a couple months back with night sights and 2 mags for $399.00. Picked up 2 more Mac-gar mags for about $25 each. Not sure what the laser sight would add to the cost. You would have to decide if the trade is worth it.

oz in SC
June 22, 2012, 07:01
Okay,some seem to dislike the pistol,others think it is great.

Why s it so much less than other Sigs?

June 22, 2012, 09:26
My observation is that people who like Sigs liked the metal frames and just had an inborn dislike of polymer frames. People who liked the polymer frames were not Sig fans.

There just wasn't an overlap for a natural civilian market for the 2009/2340/2022.

(Personally, I think Sig make a boatload more money on their metal frame guns so it doesn't pay them well to throw a lot of marketing and sales dollars/euros/Sfrancs at the 2022 line except for large police contracts.)

oz in SC
June 22, 2012, 09:34
Ahhh,that might be it.

The guy had a Sig P226 MK25 he was going to trade but it sold...:mad:

June 22, 2012, 13:54
The SP2022 is an excellent pistol. I only sold mine because I have so much GLOCK stuff. I put around 1000 rounds thru mine with no problems at all. Tried all the grips and prefered the smallest. Same great Sig trigger pull.

oz in SC
June 22, 2012, 15:49
Well the P226 MK25 is still available,so will go for that.

July 13, 2012, 00:42
I've had my 2009 for several years... I LOVE this pistol!

several thousand rounds through it, and not ONE SINGLE PROBLEM.

I am looking for a matching one in the .40 cal that I could trade for or purchase reasonably.