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Old 06-17-2013, 03:11 PM   #1
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Here is my German manufactured Sig Sauer P226r. For P226 owners, please tell me if the mags are the same as the ones that the US based factory are supplying as standard. I already have a thread on my USP. Please feel free to post your polymer guns inners for comparison.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f15/german-stamped-hk-usp-40-a-92349/

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My next gun picture thread will feature my Mossberg 590 Mariner "Special Purpose".



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Jegar,

Please see differences below in stock mags from my 226 Extreme...
Hope that helps!



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Second set of pictures......the combat sights came standard and are the quick target acquisition type. The front sight covers the target.

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Jegar,

Please see differences below in stock mags from my 226 Extreme...
Hope that helps!
Thank you. The difference is amazing. Amsdorf said he had problems with his P226 mags.
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My favorite pic of all time....sexy and sexy.

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Your 226 looks very similar to my P6/225 except for the double stack.

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Your 226 looks very similar to my P6/225 except for the double stack.
Very Nice. Can I have a look inside?
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Your sights are the same as these. W. German P230


My P6 was made in 1980. I was at a shoot a few tears ago that Sig sponsered.
One of their reps was watching me shoot a Cetme I had at the time. He was picking up brass and commenting about the fluted chamber marks stating it had to be a G3. Well it was not. He was still amazed at what it could do. I pulled my P6 from its' holster and handed it to him. He had never seen one. He did however tell me what the groove in the hammer and other interal parts was for. An easy way to check in the feild what is wearing and what needs to be replaced. A feeler gauge, similar to what you use to set plugs or points on a car is used. Great day overall.

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Thank you for your posts. Nice pair of Sigs.



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