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  Sig Arms 229  
  Reviewer Rating 10 | Average Rating: 9.8 | Rate this Firearm  
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  40 S&W
barrel Length:
  3.01" - 4 "
  $800 - $900

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I am reviewing a SIG-Sauer P229R DAK, with both the .40 S&W and the .357 SIG barrels.

This gun is built to last. It is a bit large and heavy for a CCW, but well worth it for the quality. It is also a very nice looking weapon.
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This gun is the highest quality handgun I have ever fired. Everything from the stock grips to the end of the barrel have quality written all over them.

The DAK trigger is great. You never need to cock the hammer, and the trigger has a long, light pull. The trigger also has two reset points. The first reset gives you a shorter (about 10 pound) pull, and the second gives you a longer (about 6.5 pound ) pull. The DAK is great because it gives you the ability to double-tap and the ability to pull the trigger again on the same round after an FTF (failure to fire) without having to manually cycle the slide. If you like DAO (double action only) triggers, at least give the DAK a try. I\'m sure you\'ll love it.

This gun is also very accurate for the short barrel length, especially when using the .357 Sig ammo.
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DAK trigger, multiple barrels, EXTREMELY easy takedown.

A barrel switch takes about 30 seconds. It is very easy to change the caliber of the weapon at the range. A couple gave me weird looks when I swapped the .40 barrel out and put in the .357. You essentially have two guns in one.
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