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....on Sunday. I love the way it feels. I haven't been able to shoot it much, but from what little I have, it is just like my other SIGs; accurate, reliable, and a joy to shoot. That makes a 225, 226, and 229 that I absolutely love. Now I have to save my pennies for a 220.
 

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Hello, sir. I have owned and shot several of the P225 pistols over the years. None had any problems with any ammunition used. While my favorite handguns are not SIG-Sauers, there are none that I trust any more than I would a SIG-Sauer based on my experiences with them.

My wife is NOT a shooter, but does like having her own pistol at home, particularly when I'm out of town. After quite a bit of testing and shooting and range work, she preferred the P225 I owned, so it's her gun now. I removed the 1911 from the bedroom when she became familar with the P225 and substituted a P220 for commonality between weapons.

I think you have a fine shooter there.

Best.
 

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A friend of mine describes shooting a 225 like "Pulling Excalibur from the stone". Nuff said.
 
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