I bet most people will learn at least one new thing from this vid:
Silk suits and great marketing notwithstanding,Marketing will only get you so far.
Combine good marketing along with quality and you have the bifecta.
You can dress a pig in a silk suit, but it’s still a pig. …..
Good Lord, I’m starting to sound like Willard! 🤔
Why would you expect that? You really think that every model they offer should come with every upgrade they offer as well? If I buy a base model P229, should I expect it comes with everything that the Legion P229 offers?...I'd expect a quality company to sell a NEW weapon with the newest upgrades. But that doesn't happen at Sig.
Well, just as an example. If I buy a video card that is in version 4, and get a version 1 card, that doesn't seem right. In the case of the sight, I would expect the sight included on a new weapon to be a new sight,, latest version. So, if the new sight comes with a shroud, I'd expect it to be on the new weapon, or at least included. Now, I don't expect a product that has added features (e.g. the RomeroPremium, just guessing) to be substituted for the Romero Zero.Why would you expect that? You really think that every model they offer should come with every upgrade they offer as well? If I buy a base model P229, should I expect it comes with everything that the Legion P229 offers?
Generally speaking I agree, but there's also plenty of folks that enjoy and covet the classic "P" seriesSIG seems pretty good at reading the landscape of the market. Today people want small compact, lightweight, easy to carry, easy to shoot, self-defense handguns in readily accessible calibers.
Agreed. I thought that was a pretty valid and interesting point, and one that I hadn't thought much about previously.I love the point he made about SIG being a private company who can take aim long range rather than try to beat a quarterly target. I’ve sat in boardrooms and listened to VPs laying out how to beat this or that metric for a quarter and known it was the wrong decision for long term and been proven right too many times.
To be innovative requires thinking 3 or 5 or 10 years down the road and spending money now that will do nothing for the short term except lower this month’s net income. Too many CEOs long term plan amounts to a “pump and dump” and move on to a bigger-better job before it all crumbles.
It's not a video by Sig. And of course there's a marketing aspect to it, but it also points out a number of things that are factual.Yeah, Wow. A video by Sig showcasing why Sig is dominant in the market?