Sig was a great gun. If I did not own a 92FS I would have loved it even more. I pull everything down and left. Not as much with my brothers 1911, but with any other gun, that is where I shoot. I know its me, just have not had enough constant range time to fix it. I only shoot once or twice a month.
My 92fs was flawless as usual. Shot everything through it. Steel tula, steel EPX or something. Winchester Value Pack. All 115 FMJ this time. Only problem as usual is one of my cheapo mags will not fire the last round. Take it out thinking I am dry, and its still there. Slap it back in and it chambers and fires. Not sure why, but 1 of 6 mags does it every time. 226 would not cycle the first out of one of his mags. Other than that, both shot 100% flawless. He has only 2 sig mags though, both my beretta mags are always flawless.
226 felt much more top heavy than my 92 which I guess it should be. Its got a full steel slide vs the 92's open slide. Recoil was about the same but I give the softness edge to my 92. I guess its just the fact that it has 1/2 the weight of a normal slide that its a softer recoil. When it hits the back, its not nearly as jarring as any other gun I have shot. Both shot tight little groups at 30ft just down left. Double taps were similar but slightly better with my 92. Probably due to familiarity. Not sure which weighs more, but my 92 felt more balanced. 226 felt more top heavy.
Makes me rethink my next purchase of a 2022. I have only held one at the LGS. Shooting the sig was nice, but not as nice as my 92. Again, I have not had any extended time with the sig. I only shot 2 mags each back to back with my 92. Now trying to decide if I want to grab a p11 or a 2022 next. 2022 would be more of a winter carry for me as I am only 5'7" 155lbs. P11 would be an all year. But p11 would not really be a range option. Few mags just to stay comfortable.
I did get to shoot my buddies, brother's G27. Was very snappy. Did not like it very much. I mean, for what it was, it was not too bad, but I think it settled me on a 9mm for carry. I was able to double tap well enough. Kept both in the center, but probably 8" group. Cut my trigger finger on the trigger. Was jarring and could not really grip it too well. I know a p11 will be similar but the less recoil should make it more comfortable.
I usually start and end my range trips the same way. All 6 mags dumped as fast as I can. My first and last dump were the same outcome. Swiss cheesed blue man with 0 misses at 7yrds. Every inch had a hole in it so my grouping was probably 24". Not too bad for 90 rounds as fast as I could pull the trigger each dump. Shot 300 rounds total. 180 in the first and last dump session. At the end I could barely pull the trigger. Its fun and a great stress reliever. I need to time myself next time. So I know how fast $20 can go.
I never think to take pictures or video, one of these times i will. So just a boring text post.