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Old 07-23-2012, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default Sig Sauer Overview, Introduction, Field Stripping and Function in HD Video

I made the following video as an introduction to the Sig Sauer P226 including a history of its developments, its features, how to field strip it and a shooting demonstration, along with a summary of results with the particular pistol featured in the video.




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Old 07-24-2012, 12:38 AM   #2
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Ahh the p226. People either love them or hate them. I like it. Gotta love the grip just wish it was a little thicker.


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I know it's not the same gun but kind of is, I just got my daughters a mosquito and these guns are amazing. I put 500 rounds of 36 grain federal hollow points through it and not one single failure. Perfect
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Here is a Sig 226 Armorers Manual in PDF

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Thanks for the video.

I love my Sig P226 X5



It is dead on accurate

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Ahh the p226. People either love them or hate them. I like it. Gotta love the grip just wish it was a little thicker.
Get the hogue finger groove grip for it. Makes it thicker and it fits like a glove. I feel like I can't let it go.
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Get the hogue finger groove grip for it. Makes it thicker and it fits like a glove. I feel like I can't let it go.
Same ones for the p229? Not seeing them for the p226.
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Nevermind I found them at the hogue sight and get a 10% discount. Thanks
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Nevermind I found them at the hogue sight and get a 10% discount. Thanks
I just recently bought my 226 and my grip didn't come with screws. If you need screws and have a newer model, the p226 grip screws from the hogue website are too short. They ended up sending me some for p229 which ended being too long and wouldn't allow the mag to slide in. I ground them down a touch and everything works perfectly
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I just recently bought my 226 and my grip didn't come with screws. If you need screws and have a newer model, the p226 grip screws from the hogue website are too short. They ended up sending me some for p229 which ended being too long and wouldn't allow the mag to slide in. I ground them down a touch and everything works perfectly
Oh great! Thanks for the info. I just told my buddy about them. I'll have to share that info with him. Lucky for him I'll do the fitting work for free.


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