One double feed in three matches out of ten with the same P229. Maybe it’s not just me? But I really don’t want to break up with this Sig.
Practice makes permanent. Practice well and practice often.
It’s no secret. I love the Sig Sauer P229 Legion. I picked mine up back in March this year (2019) after drooling over Sig’s Legion series pistols since they were announced. I remember how excited I was. The very same day I picked it up, I registered it […]
Another IDPA match with interesting results. By interesting, I mean I royally screwed up one stage while managing do pretty well on other stages. The difference in this match compared to the last one, is that I can’t blame my screw up on my arthritis. The screw up […]
I go back and forth on whether to post individual after match reports or a monthly match summary. I suppose individual match reports give me an opportunity to go into more detail of each individual match while keeping the overall post size a little smaller. So I guess […]
I really meant to do a first impressions review when I bought a Sig Sauer P229 Legion back in mid-March like I did for the Sig Sauer P220 Legion and the Savage Arms 100 FCP HS Precision Rifle. But, I didn’t. I could make excuses for it, but […]
Shot two more IDPA matches this month. Both matches took place at the Austin Rifle Club and were hosted by Texas Tactical. It was uneventful in terms of how the Sig Sauer P229 ran, which is good given the malfunctions I most likely induced last month.
The argument over prioritizing between caliber and capacity when carrying a pistol for self defense is quite possibly the most polarizing topic among gun aficionados. In fact, I have spent many hours discussing this very topic with various friends and have mentioned this something to consider when selecting […]
First match in May and my fifth overall was not what I was hoping for. It was a smaller turnout and I came in dead last place in the standard service pistol (SSP) division. Overall it wasn’t my worst performance in terms of overall time which was 218.42. […]
There is no perfect everyday carry configuration for every situation. It’s very likely that more than a one configuration will be needed to cover different forms of attire. It will also most likely evolve over time as preferences and proficiency changes.