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The SIG SAUER® SP2022® is the latest version of our popular polymer framed pistol and features a durable, lightweight and wear-resistant polymer frame with the added tactical versatility of an integrated accessory rail. The slide is machined from a solid block of stainless steel and protected by FDE Nitron® Coating. Available in 9mm, and .40 S&W. It also features the SIG SAUER four-point safety system. The SIG SAUER polymer framed pistols has earned an enviable reputation and proven track record of reliable performance in the hands of law enforcement professionals. In December of 2004 the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command at the Rock Island Arsenal awarded SIG SAUER a contract for 5,000 SIG SAUER SP2022 pistols chambered in 9mm.
Features Flat Dark Earth coated slide with FDE polymer frame, black grip and black controls.
Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Sights SIGLITE® Night Sights
Grips Black Polymer Grip
Frame Finish FDE Nitron® Coating
Slide Finish FDE Nitron Coating
Accessory Rail Yes
SKU#: E20229FDEBLKGRP
Bud's Item Number#: 90475

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I can't understand why anyone would spend this much on this gun when you can get real-deal P-Series guns for sub $450 in EXCELLENT condition. Having owned both, there is NO comparison. The SP2022 is a solid "meh". Plenty of better hammer fired, plastic framed 9mm's for at least one hundred $ less.

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On here it says it jas night sights, but when u go to RK website NS are not in the description, does it have NS or not?

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One of my favorite handguns, very accurate , good ergonomics, reliable and simple. Only down side is smaller capacity mags (15 or the rare 17) and the cost of the mags. Great carry and defensive gun. Nofirchoice of competition

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Don't forget to get some Mec-Gar mags with your new SP2022!
If you're looking for a light, I'd also recommend the Streamlight TLR-3. It's great light and fits flush with the barrel.

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Can you recommend a good bayonet for this gun?

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I love mine! The finish has held up even with constant holstering and carrying over the last year. The sig night sights are excellent and very bright. The combat style sights make it easy even for a novice or beginner shooter to be accurate from self defense distances. I recommend this firearm to people who want their first home defense pistol all the time. I've fired around 500 rounds so far through mine with no failures or problems. Got it back during the sig mag rebate deal for around the same price. This is still a great deal and the best priced polymer DA/SA on the market IMO. If you don't own a Sig yet this is a great entry level sig. I actually enjoy this one more than the 226 for some reason.

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I just ordered mine from Buds. I actually opted for the one with a FDE grip. It was listed for about $470. Buds accepted my offer for $451. I think it looks better completely in FDE. I cant wait to get it!

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Does this come with a black grip only or does it come with a flat dark earth one also?

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Black only

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Mine came with 2 black grips - one small and one medium (I think). No FDE grips, but 2 magazines, and a paddle holster.

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Got mine today. Came with a paddle holster, 2 magazines, and an extra grip. I was surprised about the 2nd magazine and holster.

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Hello Pushinglead, I am on your side on this one! I was wondering though in your last post you said that if you were in high risk situations you would carry one in the pipe, and it wouldn't be this gun! Can I ask what gun would be your gun of choice?

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It would be with a higher quality sig 1911 or remington, or colt....all steel, and as my backup. My main gun would be my 357 snub nose model 19 revolver, no ftf or fte issues to worry about...ever. Just the limited capacity.

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Which would you guys recommend the 40 or 9MM?

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9mm. with modern ammo 40 is nearly obsolete. I still like the caliber in a fun gun but for a "working" ie defense gun nine is a better choice IMHO. Just make sure your loading it with top shelf ammo when it matters

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If you don't mind reman'd ammo then 40 isn't much more expensive than 9mm. But if you insist on factory ammo then 9mm will be cheaper. 9mm HST or Gold Dots should suffice for a SD round.

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For the size of the gun, I chose 40 since its bigger and hits harder. For a smaller carry, Im going 9mm on my next purchase....I have a full size 9 and a small 45 (xds) so thats another reason Im going small....may even go with a compact 1911 9mm. Im loving the 1911 platform (just getting into it).

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This is a real nice shooter. I purchased the ss version (40) from PSA a while back for 369 with free shipping. I didnt even clean it, just removed the slide to look at how much lubrication was there. Ive put a couple hundred rounds through it since Im just breaking it in and not 1 ftf or fte (magtech ammo). Sights seem pretty spot on so far. I love the night sights but still put a streamlight tlr4 on it. Its my in house sidekick and sits with my other bedpost buddy while I sleep (S&W model 19 357 revolver).

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guys, does it come with one mag and the other two are rec'd by rebate with the pistol bag?

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Yup! Thats my take on it. I just purchased an extra mag last week for $32. They do come in handy when you're tired of pausing to reload.

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In the buds description of the deal it says 2 mags. No mention of the rebate. I see it as a four mag total deal.

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10lb trigger pull....

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In DA, SA is a very crisp 4lbs

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First shot will always be 10lbs in self defense/carry. We all know how important first shot is right?

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I'll rack one in the chamber first, so no, not for me (takes less than 1 second). The trigger is just fine for the price....and for how I carry, the dependability is superb.

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There's literally thousands of DA/SA Sigs carried by police and military with one in the chamber... but in proper holsters. If you want to "pocket" carry it's one thing but there's absolutely no reason not to carry a DA/SA Sig like this when it's home is a proper holster. All these 2022 deals in the $400 range with 3-5 mags (including the promo) are really quite amazing deals. Better deal for an average guy imho than a glock.

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A typical civilian gun fight last for 2 seconds. From the first shot to the last shot. Two seconds to determine if you're alive or dead.

If you're going to carry a gun carry it loaded otherwise it an expensive club.

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Im posting again to ask some questions about this "2 seconds" you claim as "typical". We're both gun owners and supporters, so I feel you on the point you're making. Are you trained and comfortable in hand to hand combat? Do you also carry other self defense items such as a knife and mace and are comfortable in using them? The reason I ask is not every situation requires pulling your firearm. Theres a lawyer attached to that gun if you decide to pull it and fire it. Now Im not a mafia member or in a gang, Im a nobody who doesnt normally put myself in positions where Im expecting a 2 second gun fight. I try to avoid high risk environments. Doesnt mean I may not face a situation, but I do trust in my ability to feel when somethings about to go down. Now if Im a police officer, or military, or in a high risk environment, I'll carry with one in the pipe at all times, no doubt about that and it will be with a different gun than this one here.

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No way. If you're carrying, you should be carrying with one in the pipe.

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Respectful reply and well written. For me, this is the best comment I've ever read here on gun.deals. Well done.

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Thank you for the kind words hrb. Information and opinions, especially for us responsible gun owners will only further our ability to make informed decisions.

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Why are you asking questions about knives, hand to hand combat and what not when he said it was a gun fight? If you took the time to read what he said and think about it, I think you would really get what he was saying since you are a gun owner and supporter. If I have a round in the chamber, it'd take me roughly 2 seconds to pull my gun, aim, and shoot. Where you'd take slightly longer to pull your gun, take the extra step of racking your slide, aim and shoot. Any more questions?

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I apologize for the slow response, working very long hours lately.... Anyways I get your point and understand "your" preference of carry. He said "typical". Now can we debate what is typical? Thats the MAIN question. I dont think we can as every situation consists of many different variables that will factor into leading up to a "2 second typical" gun fight (or however many seconds are involved). While my first priorty is to survive, I also must be a responsible shooter and take into account the background if I miss with a round or two, how many people/homes/vehicles are around...those kind of variables too. I mentioned the hand to hand combat because what if Im attacked from behind and they go for my gun, pulling the trigger and shooting me in the process of removing it from my holster or pocket (wont occur if they have to rack it first). Like I said, just my way of thinking.... if he has his hand on my gun and I can grab onto that wrist with one hand, then I have a free hand to grab my knife from the other side to do whats next. My point is nothing is predictable or typical about these situations. If they come up on you quick asking for your wallet, with a gun pointed at you, throw your money in one direction and run the other way. All you can do is try to distract the perp to buy a few seconds....then you do whatever your quick thinking trained mind wants to do next.

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I carry loaded. Just choose to not carry with one in the pipe. Personal preference. Each situation is different and hopefully my situational awareness will allow me enough time to rack. Now if this gun had a safety, maybe I'd carry with one in the pipe. Its a safety thing for me...and its nice to know that if Im jumped from behind and someone takes my weapon, they cant just pull the trigger. Just me and my way of thinking...I also have a revolver I sometimes carry. To each his own.

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amen

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good debate.....stay safe everyone! I just purchased the black/ss version w night sights for $360 shipped at kygunco. Tough choice between these two!

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damn

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I wish PSA was having this same deal right now. Instant purchase.

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They do, but its black with a ss slide. You get a holster too and free shipping

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