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SIG Sauer SP2022 No. E2022-40-B 40 S&W, $570

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The SP2022 is even simpler than the FNP-40, and it shows in appearance and performance. The grips had the best texture, but we preferred the overall ergonomics of the others.

SIG Sauer SP2022 No. E2022-40-B 40 S&W, $570

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The adjustable grip panel system offered a way for nearly anyone to find a good handle on the SP. Any more, it's becoming standard to offer such conveniences on polymer pistols, rather than a valuable extra. The grip angle offered nice, high control of the pistol, which improved follow through and aided fast return to target.
At right is the pretty simple setup at the back of the SIG. The big lever on top is the slide release. The lever on bottom is the hammer decocker. There was no decocker on the Glock 23 or the Walther PPQ, and we didn't miss it.

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