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The Sig-Sauer P226 is derived from the P220 pistol, but the magazine can hold 15 rounds in the caliber 9mm Para. The locking, the uncocking lever and the firing pin safety are the same as that of the previous models of Sig-Sauer P220 and P225.
Dimensions of Sig-Sauer P226


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The total length of the Sig-Sauer P226 is 196mm. The barrel has a length of 112 mm and a right-hand twist of 250mm. The height is 139mm and when using extra thin grips, the width is 37mm.
This weapon has a fixed rear sight with a sight radius of 160mm. Sig-Sauer P226 empty weight is 845g and with a full magazine this pistol weighs 1035g. The trigger pressure in double and single action is same as that of the P225.
Sport versions of Sig-Sauer P226



n 1997, the P226 pistol was released in a number of sporting versions in 9mm Para caliber and with an adjustable micrometer sights. The P226 Sport II has an alloy frame and a stainless steel slide. The barrel length of this type is 112 or 139 mm. A second sport model is the P226 Sport II SL with a stainless steel frame and slide. In addition, extra barrel weight can be fitted to this weapon. In this version Sig-Sauer P226 Sport II SL weighs 1351g. The standard model P226 has been available for some years now in the caliber .40 S&W (12 rounds) and .357 Sig (12 rounds).
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The Sig-Sauer P226 is derived from the P220 pistol, but the magazine can hold 15 rounds in the caliber 9mm Para. The locking, the uncocking lever and the firing pin safety are the same as that of the previous models of Sig-Sauer P220 and P225.
Dimensions of Sig-Sauer P226


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The total length of the Sig-Sauer P226 is 196mm. The barrel has a length of 112 mm and a right-hand twist of 250mm. The height is 139mm and when using extra thin grips, the width is 37mm.
This weapon has a fixed rear sight with a sight radius of 160mm. Sig-Sauer P226 empty weight is 845g and with a full magazine this pistol weighs 1035g. The trigger pressure in double and single action is same as that of the P225.
Sport versions of Sig-Sauer P226



n 1997, the P226 pistol was released in a number of sporting versions in 9mm Para caliber and with an adjustable micrometer sights. The P226 Sport II has an alloy frame and a stainless steel slide. The barrel length of this type is 112 or 139 mm. A second sport model is the P226 Sport II SL with a stainless steel frame and slide. In addition, extra barrel weight can be fitted to this weapon. In this version Sig-Sauer P226 Sport II SL weighs 1351g. The standard model P226 has been available for some years now in the caliber .40 S&W (12 rounds) and .357 Sig (12 rounds).
Special models of P226.

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In 2001 Sig-Sauer brought out two special jubilee models to celebrate their 250th anniversary. Only twenty
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This pistol recoil is monster. You need a lot of practice to master this gun. Personally, I do not like it.
 

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This pistol recoil is monster. You need a lot of practice to master this gun. Personally, I do not like it.
You sure you fired a P226 before? I owned a P226 and their Recoil is only next to USP.45 and Glock 21. bear in mind both shoot 45. (Comparing I shot M9, Glock 17, USP 9mm , USP .45 Tactical, M1911 before)

If you think P226 with 9mm Para have large recoil, you should not even shoot Hi-Power or M9 or any Eastern European Made Pistol.
 
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You sure you fired a P226 before? I owned a P226 and their Recoil is only next to USP and Glock 19.

If you think P226 with 9mm Para have large recoil, you should not even shoot Hi-Power or M9 or any Eastern European Made Pistol.
HK P30 is much better.
 

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I feel lesser recoil and much better in rapid shot mode. Did those shot HK P30 used full 9mm ammo?
Never fired a P30 before, but my peeps told me P30 did have a lot less recoil.

Then again, at 200 bucks more for at least $999 (The cheapest I can find) compare to $850 for P226. I would rather go pay another $200 for a .40 S&W or even get a second hand USP Tactical 9mm.
 

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the cheaps copy makers

and the cheap copy buyer.
will obviously support this.
and brother it matters where the weapons is made.
If it works, It isn't stupid.
Who cares where the weapon is made, as long as it gets the job done.
I was referring to high quality weapons, like the QBZ 95 or the QSZ 92.

and brother it matters where the weapons is made.
It does not. It depends on the skill of the craftsman, or the quality of the machine.
It won't make a difference if the same machine is in Alaska, or in New Zealand. It will still make the same weapon if you input the right materials.
And if the location of build truly matters, just like you said, then your T90s and 74Ms must be terrible, considering where it is made.

lastly, we were talking about the SIG P226, why the heck did you pull out the "cheap chines copy" argument from?
the HK P30 is a god damn German H&K. Nobody even mentioned China...
 
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