So far I’m pretty pleased with this setup. It fits on my pack hip belt well, and I’ve worked out a way to fix the holster to the ridgeline of my hammock. The holster has the retention release on it so the Sig is not going to go anywhere.
The only thing I’m not so keen about with the Sig is its single-action trigger. This means if you carry the gun with a round in the chamber, which I do, the hammer is always cocked. It’s still safe, there’s the safety (and holster) stopping it from being fired. But I prefer the Beretta’s double-action trigger, which you carry with the hammer down. I thought about this a lot before getting the Sig. The difference is mainly psychological. As it turns out, after years of carrying the Beretta ‘locked & loaded,’ I am fairly comfortable carrying the Sig with the hammer cocked.
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