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    I’m with ‘Bone, my defensive guns need a stiffer trigger than my fun range guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    The Sig's have always been on the "fat side" in the grip for me also. It's frustrating because Sig makes a fine firearm. Before the only recorded hurricane in Wisc. history, I owned a P220 SAS. Super nice firearm. Smooth shooter. Traded it because the grip was just too much for me. I don't keep what I can't shoot, so off it went. It didn't go easily.....................
    Same with me, I just knew in my heart I had to have a P220 SAS. Gorgeous, just had to have one. BUT, it didn't work for me. Mostly that safety/decocker sweep was just too much and a grip like a Desert Eagle. There was another one, slipping my mind now that I knew I had to have but the minute I picked it up, I didn't like it. Too big, too clunky controls. I didn't buy either one so didn't have to add them to the toy box, I don't sell or trade much.

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    I got rid of my P227 full size. Between the big grip and the long slide it was not my cup of tea. But my 227 SAS, which is about 3/4" shorter with the same grip is fine and in fact it's become my wintertime goto. Something about 11 shots of .45 on hand that just makes me feel comfortable. I guess that I don't mind a handful of gun, so long as it's not yardstick long. I've never owned a 1911 government and probably won't but a Commander with standard grips is very comfortable to me. The P239 is a single stack with a 3.6" barrel, so it's not a lot of gun to hold onto, or hide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Same with me, I just knew in my heart I had to have a P220 SAS. Gorgeous, just had to have one. BUT, it didn't work for me. Mostly that safety/decocker sweep was just too much and a grip like a Desert Eagle. There was another one, slipping my mind now that I knew I had to have but the minute I picked it up, I didn't like it. Too big, too clunky controls. I didn't buy either one so didn't have to add them to the toy box, I don't sell or trade much.

    Just remembered HK USP.
    I had an opportunity to pick up a USP in .40. Nice and smooth like an H&K but once again, a bit too stout in the grip dept. also. My P2SK is a notch down in size, which is probably why I like it. I would prefer a grip to be a bit large, rather than too thin. Too thin and you get too much movement, and you have to use a death grip.

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    I found the grips on my P2K and P2KSK to be a tad too thin, and coupled with the fact that I wanted some other guns more I traded them both off. Since then I've discovered the P30 family and love them with their 3 sets of backstraps and side panels. Twenty seven combinations to fit most any hand. You gotta love the options we have these days!

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