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Old 01-27-2014, 03:04 AM   #1
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Hey guys just sold my colt defender 45 this weekend and bought a sig p226 tacops. Was planning on buying a plain p226 but after checking out some of the different p226 models I couldn't help myself and bought the tacops 9mm model

I plan on using this pieces as my conceal carry. Not crazy bout the magwell grips. Love the 20 round magazines but will probably buy some flush fit 18 round magazines and buy a E2 grip. Will that grip fit my p226 tacops?



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Old 02-09-2014, 06:23 PM   #2
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What did you pay for that bad boy????

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$899 nib.


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So how and where do I get some good aftermarket parts for this. Instead of going out and buying my next gun I would like to spend some time and little $$$ to make this one better.

Anyway to improve on the trigger?

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So how and where do I get some good aftermarket parts for this. Instead of going out and buying my next gun I would like to spend some time and little $$$ to make this one better.

Anyway to improve on the trigger?
Possibly install some grips, but what else could it need?

Put a couple of cases of ammo down range before you change anything internally.
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I have done both. Don't get me wrong it's a sweet gun and I love it but would like to make the trigger a little lighter.

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Part of the design is that the trigger is long and heavy for the first shot. I find the stock trigger or the short reset trigger to work well, and the single action mode to be pretty nice and light for a "serious" gun.

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So nobody other than sig makes a spring kit or trigger job?

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