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barth
01-09-2012, 17:40
http://www.sigsauer.com/upFiles/catalog/product/P224-Nickel-Hero-Detail.jpg
Despite its small size, the P224 maintains a double-stack magazine for a capacity of 11 rounds of 9mm
and 10 rounds of .40S&W or .357SIG giving the P224 a decided advantage over most subcompact
competitors. Newer model P229 magazines can also be used for an even greater round count.

Featuring a lightweight alloy frame, the P224 will be available in a number of configurations. Initial models
will be available with the Double-Action Kellerman™ (DAK) trigger and be chambered in .40S&W. and
.357SIG Traditional DA/SA triggers, and 9mm options will be available in the future.

Full-size SIGLITE® Night Sights allow the P224 to deliver pinpoint accuracy, which can be a challenge in
most subcompacts.

New P224™ Subcompact a Classic SIG SAUER®, with One Small Change An ideal concealed carry or back-up gun, the P224 is an especially good choice for those familiar with the SIG SAUER manual of arms. From the full-sized P226® to the P229 to the P224, the controls and operation all remain the same.

The P224 accepts newer P229 magazines, allowing users to carry a full-size spare magazine as a backup to the flush-fit P224 magazine. Law enforcement officers will appreciate not having to carry separate magazines solely for their backup guns.

A Nickel model will sport a black hard coat anodize frame as a contrast to the nickel slide and controls. Custom Hogue® G-10 grips and SIGLITE Night Sights round out this package.
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tem Number E24-9-NSS(9mm) E24-40-NSS(.40S&W) E24-357-NSS (.357SIG), E24-9-NSS-DAK (9mm) E24-40-NSS-DAK (.40S&W) E24-357-NSS-DAK (.357SIG)
Caliber 9mm or .40S&W, .357SIG
Action Type DAK or DA/SA
Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs, 5.5-5.6 lbs (DAK)
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Overall Length 6.7 in
Overall Height 4.5 in
Overall Width 1.4 in
Barrel Length 3.5 in
Sight Radius 5.3 in
Weight w/Mag 25.4 oz
Mag Capacity 11 Rounds (9mm), 10 Rounds (.40S&W, .357SIG)
Sights SIGLITE® Night Sights
Grips Hogue Custom G-10
Frame Finish Black Hard Anodized
Slide Finish Nickel
Accessory Rail No
Features Sub-compact size, Maintains doubl-stack mag., Lightweight
MSRP $1,125
CA Compliant No
MA Compliant No

Foxtrotx1
01-09-2012, 17:42
DAK only? that sucks. I love DA/SA.

barth
01-09-2012, 17:45
DAK only? that sucks. I love DA/SA.
http://www.sigsauer.com/upFiles/catalog/product/P224-Exterem-Hero-Detail.jpg
Despite its small size, the P224 maintains a double-stack magazine for a capacity of 11 rounds of 9mm
and 10 rounds of .40S&W or .357SIG giving the P224 a decided advantage over most subcompact
competitors. Newer model P229 magazines can also be used for an even greater round count.

Featuring a lightweight alloy frame, the P224 will be available in a number of configurations. Initial models
will be available with the Double-Action Kellerman™ (DAK) trigger and be chambered in .40S&W. and
.357SIG Traditional DA/SA triggers, and 9mm options will be available in the future.

Full-size SIGLITE® Night Sights allow the P224 to deliver pinpoint accuracy, which can be a challenge in
most subcompacts.

New P224™ Subcompact a Classic SIG SAUER®, with One Small Change An ideal concealed carry or back-up gun, the P224 is an especially good choice for those familiar with the SIG SAUER manual of arms. From the full-sized P226® to the P229 to the P224, the controls and operation all remain the same.

The P224 accepts newer P229 magazines, allowing users to carry a full-size spare magazine as a backup to the flush-fit P224 magazine. Law enforcement officers will appreciate not having to carry separate magazines solely for their backup guns.

As part of the Extreme family of handguns, the P224 will feature the distinctive black and grey Hogue Piranha grips, SIGLITE Night Sights and the SRT (in the DA/SA version).
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Item Number E24-9-XTM-BLKGRY(9mm) 224-40-XTM-BLKGRY(.40S&W) E24-357-XTM-BLKGRY(.357SIG), E24-9-XTM-BLKGRY-DAK (9mm) E24-40-XTM-BLKGRY-DAK (.40S&W) E24-357-XTM-BLKGRY-DAK (.357SIG)
Caliber 9mm or .40S&W, .357SIG
Action Type DA/SA or DAK
Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs, or 5.5-5.6lbs (DAK)
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Overall Length 6.7 in
Overall Height 4.5 in
Overall Width 1.3 in
Barrel Length 3.5 in
Sight Radius 5.3 in
Weight w/Mag 25.4 oz
Mag Capacity 11 Rounds (9mm), 10 Rounds (.40S&W, .357SIG)
Sights SIGLITE® Night Sights
Grips Hogue Piranha G-10
Frame Finish Black Hard Anodized
Slide Finish Nitron®
Accessory Rail No
Options Accessory rail
MSRP $1,146
CA Compliant No
MA Compliant No

Foxtrotx1
01-09-2012, 17:46
Ah! I read better this time :)

barth
01-09-2012, 17:47
http://www.sigsauer.com/upFiles/catalog/product/P224-SAS-Hero-Detail.jpg
Despite its small size, the P224 maintains a double-stack magazine for a capacity of 11 rounds of 9mm
and 10 rounds of .40S&W or .357SIG giving the P224 a decided advantage over most subcompact
competitors. Newer model P229 magazines can also be used for an even greater round count.

Featuring a lightweight alloy frame, the P224 will be available in a number of configurations. Initial models
will be available with the Double-Action Kellerman™ (DAK) trigger and be chambered in .40S&W. and
.357SIG Traditional DA/SA triggers, and 9mm options will be available in the future.

Full-size SIGLITE® Night Sights allow the P224 to deliver pinpoint accuracy, which can be a challenge in
most subcompacts.

New P224™ Subcompact a Classic SIG SAUER®, with One Small Change An ideal concealed carry or back-up gun, the P224 is an especially good choice for those familiar with the SIG SAUER manual of arms. From the full-sized P226® to the P229 to the P224, the controls and operation all remain the same.

The P224 accepts newer P229 magazines, allowing users to carry a full-size spare magazine as a backup to the flush-fit P224 magazine. Law enforcement officers will appreciate not having to carry separate magazines solely for their backup guns.

The SIG Anti-Snag (SAS) model features a de-horned slide and frame, and the new ergonomically enhanced one-piece grip. SIGLITE Night Sights will be standard in the Nitron® coated slide. The short-reset trigger (SRT) will be available in the DA/SA version.
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tem Number E24-9-SAS2B(9mm) E24-40-SAS2B(.40S&W) E24-357-SAS2B (.357SIG), E24-9-SAS2B-DAK (9mm) E24-40-SAS2B-DAK (.40S&W) E24-357-SAS2B-DAK (.357SIG)
Caliber 9mm or .40S&W, .357SIG
Action Type DA/SA or DAK
Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs or 5.5-6.5 lb (DAK)
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Overall Length 6.7 in
Overall Height 4.5 in
Overall Width 1.3 in
Barrel Length 3.5 in
Sight Radius 5.3 in
Weight w/Mag 25.4 oz
Mag Capacity 11 Rounds (9mm), 10 Rounds (.40S&W, .357SIG)
Sights SIGLITE® Night Sights
Grips Black Polymer Factory Grips
Frame Finish Black Hard Anodized
Slide Finish Nitron®
Accessory Rail No
Features Sub-compact size, Maintains doubl-stack mag., Lightweight
MSRP $1,125
CA Compliant No
MA Compliant No

barth
01-09-2012, 17:49
http://www.sigsauer.com/upFiles/catalog/product/P224-Equinox-Hero-Detail.jpg

Despite its small size, the P224 maintains a double-stack magazine for a capacity of 11 rounds of 9mm
and 10 rounds of .40S&W or .357SIG giving the P224 a decided advantage over most subcompact
competitors. Newer model P229 magazines can also be used for an even greater round count.

Featuring a lightweight alloy frame, the P224 will be available in a number of configurations. Initial models
will be available with the Double-Action Kellerman™ (DAK) trigger and be chambered in .40S&W. and
.357SIG Traditional DA/SA triggers, and 9mm options will be available in the future.

Full-size SIGLITE® Night Sights allow the P224 to deliver pinpoint accuracy, which can be a challenge in
most subcompacts.

New P224™ Subcompact a Classic SIG SAUER®, with One Small Change An ideal concealed carry or back-up gun, the P224 is an especially good choice for those familiar with the SIG SAUER manual of arms. From the full-sized P226® to the P229 to the P224, the controls and operation all remain the same.

The P224 accepts newer P229 magazines, allowing users to carry a full-size spare magazine as a backup to the flush-fit P224 magazine. Law enforcement officers will appreciate not having to carry separate magazines solely for their backup guns.

The P224 Equinox® features the same two-tone accented Nitron slide treatment as the rest of the popular Equinox series. A Tru-Glo® fiber optic front sight is paired with a SIGLITE Night Sight in the rear. Nickel controls and Hogue black diamondwood grips make the P224 Equinox as striking as it is reliable.
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tem Number 224-40-EQ(.40S&W)
Caliber .40S&W
Action Type DA/SA
Trigger Pull DA 10.0 lbs
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Overall Length 6.7 in
Overall Height 4.5 in
Overall Width 1.3 in
Barrel Length 3.5 in
Sight Radius 5.3 in
Weight w/Mag 25.4 oz
Mag Capacity 10 Rounds
Sights TRUGLO Trititium fiber optic front, SIGLITE® Night Sights rear
Grips Hogue black diamondwood grips
Frame Finish Black Hard Anodized
Slide Finish Nitron® with two-tone accented
Accessory Rail No
Features Sub-compact size, Maintains double-stack mag., Lightweight
MSRP $1,218
CA Compliant No
MA Compliant No

collim1
01-09-2012, 17:51
Geesh, the gun aint even proven yet and they are already coming out with a dozen tacky versions of it.

Foxtrotx1
01-09-2012, 17:51
Oooh, I want the SAS in 9mm with DA/SA.

NEOH212
01-09-2012, 18:20
I'm not crazy about the nickle finish or the DAK trigger system.

When the come out with the SAS version in DA/SA, I'm in.

I will be waiting for a while thought to make sure all the bugs are worked out of it before I dive in though.

I think this will be a big seller for Sig.

adamg01
01-09-2012, 18:43
If they aren't going to offer the rainbow model I am not interested.

collim1
01-09-2012, 18:46
If they aren't going to offer the rainbow model I am not interested.

Oh, as a true Sig fan it hurts me to find that humorous, but well played:rofl:

bac1023
01-09-2012, 18:47
Interesting...

RYT 2BER
01-09-2012, 18:50
For >$1000..... you can have it....l

trekdesigns
01-09-2012, 18:53
Interesting...

its more interesting how they came to make the p224

http://youtu.be/3mevQsdFmMA
fast forward to the 2:00min mark.

NEOH212
01-09-2012, 19:00
For >$1000..... you can have it....l

Good guns aren't cheap. Consider the amount of machining and material that goes into this compared to a polymer gun. The price is going to directly reflect that. I'm sure the retail price will be less than msrp.

NEOH212
01-09-2012, 19:03
its more interesting how they came to make the p224

http://youtu.be/3mevQsdFmMA
fast forward to the 2:00min mark.

The thing that concerns me is the whole chopped down thing. Look at what happened with the 220 carry and all the reliability issues with it. Chopped down pistols don't always seem to do so well in the reliability department. I hope this isn't the case with this gun.

RYT 2BER
01-09-2012, 19:18
Looks really nice but my God if I'm reading the specs, it about the size of a sub compact Glock but its as fat as a g30! :wow:

mt228
01-09-2012, 19:22
If they aren't going to offer the rainbow model I am not interested.You can just buy the 'Diamondplate' version instead. :supergrin:

NeverMore1701
01-09-2012, 19:27
I'd be very interested in an all black DA/SA version with the SRT. Probably won't want to spend what they'll go for at first, but I'll be keeping my eyes open for a lightly used one a few years down the road.

Foxtrotx1
01-09-2012, 20:42
I'd be very interested in an all black DA/SA version with the SRT. Probably won't want to spend what they'll go for at first, but I'll be keeping my eyes open for a lightly used one a few years down the road.

it's the Beretta fan hiding in us that makes us want all black with the nice DA SA.

plouffedaddy
01-09-2012, 20:44
Good guns aren't cheap. Consider the amount of machining and material that goes into this compared to a polymer gun. The price is going to directly reflect that. I'm sure the retail price will be less than msrp.

I get your point but I think SIG will eventually price themselves out of the market. CZ does a lot of machining and their prices (outside of their race guns) are reasonable. If they can make a 226 for $600ish, they can make a 224 for that price as well.

Chonny
01-09-2012, 21:05
I like DAK! Try it out.

This gun is a loss though. Sig fans will buy it but its way too big and heavy for a CCW. You could carry a P229 in its place easy. Just my opinion. At first I was excited and I always am for a new Sig gun that seems good like this P224 but whatever.

Now if this was a single stack they couldnt keep them on the shelves.

Sig was probably designing this 5+ years ago and the market has changed on them. Small double stack 9mms are everywhere, maybe Sig just wants to jump into the fray since they don't have this yet.

Hell who knows maybe Ill buy one maybe I wont. Im fickle.

NeverMore1701
01-09-2012, 21:33
it's the Beretta fan hiding in us that makes us want all black with the nice DA SA.

Mine's not hiding all that well :rofl:

carbuncle
01-09-2012, 21:59
I need the "Extreme" model to reflect my EXTREME lifestyle.

Seriously.

Quit laughing, you're ruining it.

I'm extreme, dude...

adamg01
01-09-2012, 22:22
I need the "Extreme" model to reflect my EXTREME lifestyle.

Seriously.

Quit laughing, you're ruining it.

I'm extreme, dude...

Yeah, serioulsy. It is getting harder to take Sig serious as a top of the line manufacturer with their marketing. They are slowly destroying a legendary brand with models like the "Ultra Operator Tactical Model". You can't even count all the different versions of the 226 on your fingers and toes anymore. I hate to see this because Glock, Cz, and Sig are my favorite handgun brands. I am not even going to start on the Gen. 4 Glock.

Foxtrotx1
01-10-2012, 01:15
The SAS models have always looked nice to me.

Narkcop
01-10-2012, 20:14
No Thanks...

Gregg702
01-10-2012, 20:41
I am digging the Equinox model, may have to pick one up.

NeverMore1701
01-10-2012, 20:50
I am digging the Equinox model, may have to pick one up.

The front sight on that couldn't possibly be worse :puking:

Gregg702
01-10-2012, 20:55
The front sight on that couldn't possibly be worse :puking:

I didn't even see that, why put a fiber optic sight on a CCW? Well, I want the Equinox grips on a model with traditional night sights.

bry@n
01-10-2012, 21:01
I would think that swapping the dak for da/sa would be relatively easy. I think the parts used now should be an easy swap. I like th sas model.

NeverMore1701
01-10-2012, 21:07
I didn't even see that, why put a fiber optic sight on a CCW? Well, I want the Equinox grips on a model with traditional night sights.

Not just FO, but look at the general shape and huge gap between the slide and 80% of the sight body. Same as the Equinox P238 I handled a little while back. Terribad.

Gregg702
01-10-2012, 21:18
Not just FO, but look at the general shape and huge gap between the slide and 80% of the sight body. Same as the Equinox P238 I handled a little while back. Terribad.

Yup, almost as bad as the Rainbow P239 I was at my LGS.

Cobra64
01-10-2012, 22:05
Looks really nice but my God if I'm reading the specs, it about the size of a sub compact Glock but its as fat as a g30! :wow:

As you said, pricey too. :upeyes:

Perhaps you should hang out in General Glocking. :wavey:

Glock40man
01-11-2012, 02:26
If they aren't going to offer the rainbow model I am not interested.

:rofl:

CBennett
02-12-2012, 15:45
Good guns aren't cheap. Consider the amount of machining and material that goes into this compared to a polymer gun. The price is going to directly reflect that. I'm sure the retail price will be less than msrp.

I would rather have a HK at that price.....

BuckyP
02-12-2012, 21:32
I was just thinking, there newest gun is a P224. Is there any rhyme or reason to their model numbers? :dunno:

NEOH212
02-13-2012, 01:58
I get your point but I think SIG will eventually price themselves out of the market. CZ does a lot of machining and their prices (outside of their race guns) are reasonable. If they can make a 226 for $600ish, they can make a 224 for that price as well.

When people stop paying what Sig is asking for their guns and sales go down, they will lower the prices.


And the quality.


I'll gladly pay $1,000+ for a Sig any day of the week if that's what it takes to get a quality gun made with quality materials in this day and age.

I can't speak for CZ as I don't own one nor have I shot them enough to form a honest opinion. I do like their P07 Duty. I want one in .40 S&W!

NEOH212
02-13-2012, 02:01
I would rather have a HK at that price.....

Most of the HK's I have purchased were bought for well under a grand. I'm curious to see how a all metal sub compact in .40 will handle to my sub compact polymer .40's.

I don't have a problem spending the cash on good guns. If HK raised their prices to the same level as this gun, I would still gladly pay for it. Quality costs money. As long as Sig delivers quality, I will gladly pay for it.

NEOH212
02-13-2012, 02:02
The front sight on that couldn't possibly be worse :puking:

I'm not crazy about the TFO sight on the equinox model either.

cowboy1964
03-06-2012, 13:58
I like DAK! Try it out.

This gun is a loss though. Sig fans will buy it but its way too big and heavy for a CCW. You could carry a P229 in its place easy.

Actually the weight difference between the 224 and the 229 will be like 7 or 8 oz... that's a lot. That's more than the difference between a Glock 26 and Glock 19, for example.

I think the 224 looks like a winner.

cowboy1964
03-06-2012, 14:00
I'm not crazy about the TFO sight on the equinox model either.

Ditto. But I have no experience with those so I might like it. I guess you can always swap it out too.