HGR 097 - Sig-Sauer Pistols

HGR 097 - Sig-Sauer Pistols Hello and welcome to Handgun Radio! I’m your host Ryan Michad from the wilds of Central Maine, and this is your home for all the news, information and discussion in the handgunning world.


This week, I’m joined by Reed from the AR-15 Podcast to discuss the Sig-Sauer handguns. Reed & I have quite a bit of experience with them so we thought it would be fun to discuss the various models they have!

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Week in Review:



-Range Trip

Reed: -.357 Sig

Main Topic: Sig-Sauer Pistols

Sig-Sauer has a rich history in the manufacture of firearms. Some people may remember the Sauer 38H from WWII, which was an innovative little pocket pistol used by the Fallschirmjager in WWII as their sidearm.  My personal experience with the Sig-Sauer lineup has been the P226 in 9mm. It was the first 9mm handgun I ever fired. The issues some people have with the DA/SA system notwithstanding, the Sig pistols are very nicely made and I have found mine to be very reliable. I would absolutely LOVE to own a Sig P210!

Reed, what is your experience with Sig-Sauer?

Why did you pick them over other similar guns?

Suppressor Use?

Sig-Sauer P220

Factory .45 tb

Sig-Sauer P226

9mm factory Sig barrel, threaded

.357 Sig, Bar-Sto, threaded

Sig-Sauer P230/232

Sig P210

SIG P238/P938

SIG P239

9mm factory Sig barrel, threaded

SIG P250

SIG P320

SIG Pro Series


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