I found out that the trigger on the Sig is horrible. Not the pull, break or reset, which are excellent, but the physical trigger itself. It’s almost an afterthought, which is surprising. I thought it was cheap looking when I bought the gun, but after 200 rounds I found that it is actually painful as well as cheap looking, for my index finger anyway, ymmv. It looks like a piece of steel bent over to look like a trigger, because it is, (MIM) and the leading edge is too sharp. It would be negligible in a defensive situation, but I shoot, alot, and this thing has got to go. I’ll be researching replacement triggers tonight.
Otherwise, the gun is a marvel of efficiency and I still wonder how the hell they got 10 rounds, (or 12) in such a compact package. Aside from the horrible looking and feeling trigger, the Sig is all top quality, from the extra long rail on the frame to the glow at night sights and the texture on the grip. Recoil is manageable, watch the vid, and getting back on target is easy. Double taps to center mass were easy.
I was shooting steel law enforcement issue Federal 147 gr JHP and brass Winchester white box 115 gr FMJ with no fail to anything whatsoever.
After learning the quirks, specifically that I have to cover the target with the front sight, which feels odd to me, I was able to put 12 rounds in a 2 inch spread at 7 yards, my usual handgun practice distance. The attached video shows the virgin rounds in a more ragged group at the same distance and the added challenge of a swinging target. I told you this is what passes for a range in the Keys, didn’t I?