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Eric picked up a police trade-in Sig P226 from Copper Custom recently so you know we had to break it out for a video. These particular P226 are iconic handguns, well used but with plenty of life left in them and were made in Germany which makes them highly collectable. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Surplus SIG P226

  1. The stamped slide version is the only “real” P226, IMO. The modern guns are not so great, at least to me.

  2. Totally agree on the P226 over the M9. My step-grandpa was a champion pistol shooter in the 70’s and when I was young he showed me his West German made Sig P226 and told me, “West German made Sig Sauer’s are the finest made pistols in the world. Now I am personally a CZ fanboy, but I think the P226 is a fantastic pistol, and better than an M9 in almost every way.

  3. Why is double action less accurate? I was shooting a .38 special revolver in double action at a paper target 15 meters away, and I missed all 5 shots. Not one hit the paper.

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