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I took both to the range yesterday and put 150 rds through each.

No issues to report, and I grouped really well with each.

The Sig is a recent purchase and this was my first time out with it.
Maybe it's just me, but there doesn't seem like a big weight difference between the two gun's.

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A lot of people tend to make that distinction with polymer pistols. Compared to an alloy SIG frame, as in your case, there really isn't that much difference.

You'd probably have to compare the polymer to an all stainless model, or something like a nice 1911 etc., that doesn't use an alloy or polymer for the frame.
 

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I have both these pistols and find both to be in about the same size and weight of each other. Very concealable to me with the right clothes and holsters. I give an edge to the Sig 228 in trigger quality, but an edge to the P2000 in durability. Both great pistols and I don't see myself selling either.
 

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Both very fine pistols. I own both and like both very well. I give a big edge to the P2000 in less maintenance. Bill
 
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