What hand gun I am trying to decide between theese four?

Springfield armory xd.40 or Sig sauer p226,p229,p220 (3x different ones)

Asked By: dieseldick3408 - 5/18/2010
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If money is not a deciding factor in the choice, get a Sig P226... More
Answered By: Keoni C - 5/18/2010
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Sig Sauer makes a great weapon. I am not a fan of the 229. To chubby in line of the grip. But for the quality and money I would go with the XD... More
Answered By: bobbo342 - 5/18/2010
Sig Sauer P226 is my personal favorite
Answered By: trebor - 5/18/2010
The XD,
Answered By: Bill - 5/18/2010
A close reading of your question would indicate that you don't really need any of the above. If you've just, 'got the hots' for a SIG, fine! Go for it. Then you can hold a beauty contest and decide which design you like best. Otherwise, if you're used to an XD and shoot it reasonably well, spend the money on more... More
Answered By: G21.45 - 5/18/2010
The XD is a good solid accurate duty style weapon. I have the 40, and also a 1911. However, if you have an extra $300 over the XD, then a p226 is nice.
Answered By: John S - 5/18/2010
is this a trick question??? use sawn-off! better than hand guns! wew!
Answered By: josh.jet55 - 5/18/2010
I like and own all of the guns on your list. If you're wanting a .40 that rules out the P220 which is a .45, unless you can find and older German made one in 9mm. There's not a huge difference from the 229 to the 226. The 226 is about a half inch longer in both directions and gives you one more round in the sct... More
Answered By: Crashn87 - 5/18/2010
As the Sigs aren't any more reliable or accurate than the XD. I would go with the XD and use the extra money for other things.
Answered By: THX 1138 - 5/18/2010
I vote for the P229 or XD .40
Answered By: gman - 5/18/2010
i would recommend the p229 in classic 22lr. perfect palm's smaller hand frame than the other p models but full frame.also you could get 3 other calibers on the same frame with only one permit required. you barely feel the recoil with the higher calibers. i have one and would recommend it to anyone.
Answered By: rob r - 5/18/2010
Looks like you are getting a Sig !!!
Answered By: zebra finch - 5/20/2010
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