Posted December 12, 2017 1:40 pm by Comments

By Greg Rodriguez

The new Sig P226 E2 is partnered ideally with Winchester's 9mm 124-grain +P+ Bonded JHP load. This five-shot, 15-yard group, which measured .73 inch, was the best experienced using the new load. The average for five five-shot groups was 1.22 inches.

The new Sig P226 E2 is partnered ideally with Winchester’s 9mm 124-grain +P+ Bonded JHP load. This five-shot, 15-yard group, which measured .73 inch, was the best experienced using the new load. The average for five five-shot groups was 1.22 inches.

As much as I write so lovingly about John M. Browning’s greatest creation, you might think the 1911 was my first and only handgun. But the truth is, my love affair with handguns began with a Sig Sauer P220 that my dad helped me purchase soon after I graduated from high school in 1987. Few American shooters knew much about the newfangled import at the time, but the few reviews I was able to find on it were so positive I ordered one sight-unseen. Five years and more than 25,000 full-power rounds later, that Sig had won me over with its accuracy, ergonomics and flawless reliability.

I’ve owned at least a dozen Sig Sauer pistols since that first .45. They’ve all served me well once I modified them with Sig’s optional short trigger to make them more comfortable and accurate in my small hands, but eventually its slim grip and short trigger reach led me to the 1911. I’m still a …Read the Rest

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