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Most of the rest of Sigs product line outside of like this gun and like 3 others are f***ing school buses, though, So I'll cut them a lot of slack. There's going to be compromises to make it actually competitive with its peers. This is a carry gun, not some fancy pants Equinox faglaroid edition super xiectalux shiny BBQ gun that meatheads show off to their friends, lol. Also you didn't read the specs, 10 is native, 12 is extended....Reminds me of a Taurus. Looks very boring and bland to me. To me Sig pistols always have a nice touch of class, this one is lacking that in my eyes. Ten round standard capacity is nice for us MA folks. If I can only buy new 10 round mags there is no reason for me to have that extra grip length of those cc pistols with a 12 round standard cap mag. Maybe the looks will grow on me with time, but for now it's a solid pass.
But he goes on to say he thinks it was the particular lubricant wasn't suited to the cold weather. No issues when they changed lubricants and went indoors.Unfortunately, with at least one round in every magazine on that first day, the pistol failed to completely go into battery. Initially, SIG employees told me I was limp wristing the pistol. As I was wearing gloves and it was very cold, I figured we’d see if that was actually the problem once we were inside on the second day. However, it turned out that all of the press, and a couple of SIG personnel shooting the pistol that day, experienced the same issue.
The failure to go into battery issues went away. In fact, I had zero malfunctions and I fired three times as many rounds in the second day as the first. Based on this, I’d say that the lubricant used the first day was not appropriate for the environment. It’s an important issue which few consider until they are in that situation.