SIG M-17/M-18 THOUGHTS, LIKES,DISLIKES

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Great pistols. M17 is a big gal. I'd lean M18 if you want to carry it much. But they are both excellent firearms. We have had both and my son is getting a Romeo Pro 1 for Christmas tomorrow for the
M17. I'm not crazy about red dots on pistols but will give it a try.

I can't think of a dislike. Nice trigger, fit and finish. Runs flawlessly.
 

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Great pistols. M17 is a big gal. I'd lean M18 if you want to carry it much. But they are both excellent firearms. We have had both and my son is getting a Romeo Pro 1 for Christmas tomorrow for the
M17. I'm not crazy about red dots on pistols but will give it a try.
Thanks, This won't be a dedicated carry pistol, Iv'e got a G19 for that. Just looking for a good shooting range weapon, I'm actually leaning toward the M17
 

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Great pistols. M17 is a big gal. I'd lean M18 if you want to carry it much. But they are both excellent firearms. We have had both and my son is getting a Romeo Pro 1 for Christmas tomorrow for the
M17. I'm not crazy about red dots on pistols but will give it a try.

I can't think of a dislike. Nice trigger, fit and finish. Runs flawlessly.
Agreed...
I went with the M18.
 

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Really like the Wilson grip modules
 
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