moyler wrote:I'd stick with the M&P. For a CCW gun, simple is better,IMO. The M&Ps are every bit as reliable as a Sig. M&P has a more simple manual of arms. I don't care for external hammers on carry guns, I prefer striker fired. And for the trigger, I'll take a consistent pull every time over a DA/SA set up. People can learn to run DA/SA just fine, but for a defensive carry gun, I think simple is better. K.I.S.S.
That said, lot's of happy Sig owners around.
moyler wrote:.....I don't care for external hammers on carry guns, I prefer striker fired.....
MarshallDodge wrote:I find the Sig P226 to be a nicer gun than the M&P (I own both) but the DA/SA pull was something I never put the effort into learning. It would be nice if Sig could come up with a light double action only trigger variant.
MarshallDodge wrote:One of the reasons I like an exposed hammer is because of the ability to put your thumb on the hammer when re-holstering, especially when carrying in the appendix position. It is an added level of security for me.
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