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Old 11-21-2012, 12:32 AM   #21
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To be honest I don't see them as being comparable. If you compare these guns to anything it would be the Glock to and m&p or xd. And the Sig to a cz or Beretta. It makes it difficult to compare apples to oranges, and by saying Glock vs. Sig that's what you do.
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I love both my SIGs, when I was looking for a gun to carry, I held every different gun you can think of, the first Glock I picked up I knew right then I didn't like it, that's just me. My first SIG was a 226 Navy, actually my first gun. I have no idea how old it was, it was given to me by my fiance at the time and I believe it was his Dad's before it was his, I shoot the cheapest ammo I find and it has never once had a problem. Just bought a 938, had it at the range a few times shoot the same ammo in it that I shoot in my 226 still haven't had a problem with it. But really it's a personal preference go to a range that rents them and shoot them both.
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In .40 I'm going to say Sig.
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Yea but is sig really worth the premium price or is it just "the cool kid" on the block right now. Shot a glock growing up and it was a great gun never saw it fail once.
I've had my 226 for well over two years now and fired so many rounds out of it I've lost count never once did I have an ftf ore fte .It's gone with me where ever I've gone and taken the kind of abuse most plastics can't handle and in all kinds of weather by far the best money I ever spent.
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That makes sense since a p226 is a full sized pistol and a G19 is a compact. For my medium sized hands I went with a SIG P229 E2 series grips. It fits literally like a glove. I am finally getting comfortable with the trigger to where its finally shooting at where I point it. While considering my new purchase my sister owned a G19, so I had plenty chance to fire it. I am very happy with my choice. Btw, after trigger time with my P229 my sister sold her g19 for a SIG P229 as well.
Will the SIG P229 E2 series grips fit a P226 Sig?
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Will the SIG P229 E2 series grips fit a P226 Sig?
I don't believe the 229 grips will fit the 226 but I do believe if you go to Sig Sauer that they make E2 grips for the 226.
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I don't believe the 229 grips will fit the 226 but I do believe if you go to Sig Sauer that they make E2 grips for the 226.
Yes, you're right - found it. Thanks!
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Will the SIG P229 E2 series grips fit a P226 Sig?
Nope. I don't even think they will fit on an older P229. The newer P229s (E2 design) are a bit more ergonomically designed as well. In addition I believe the profile of the slide is a bit different as well.

The P229 (and the P228 as well) would be more similar in size to the G19 is all I was saying.
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The E2 grip is a one piece grip that wraps around the backstrap of the grip. I am not certain they make a replaceable E2 grip. but I may be wrong. If they DO make it, I would highly suggest it as an upgrade. far more comfortable and more surface to grip than the old grip panels...
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I own both Sigs and Glocks but I would go with Sig....
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