Coverting P226 DA/SA to new SAO W/safety
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Old 01-21-2013, 10:46 PM   #1
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I just got my new P226 E2 model with night sights, and SRT. It's 9mm and I love it, it's accurate and smooth. When I was looking to buy it I was looking for a version that had a safety and found out only the Xfive models have it. But now sig came out with their SAO with safety model. Can I have Maine converted to SAO with safety?

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I just got my new P226 E2 model with night sights, and SRT. It's 9mm and I love it, it's accurate and smooth. When I was looking to buy it I was looking for a version that had a safety and found out only the Xfive models have it. But now sig came out with their SAO with safety model. Can I have Maine converted to SAO with safety?
I'm thinking no. Because of the decocker mainly. And plus by the time you spent all the money and time it would take, you could've just traded for what you want.
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Well I wasn't getting any answers and finally got through to sig and asked them. And they said yes they can do that for about $200, which is a little high I think, but still a better deal than buying a new one that goes for 1200.00 on their site.

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