Is the P226 Legion worth it?
If you want to buy a semi-auto handgun, the Sig Sauer P226 Legion is a terrific choice. It’s durable, reliable, easy to shoot, and most of all, comfortable. It has upgraded grips, trigger, sights, guide rod, and even a thoughtful, stylish design.
Which P226 is the best?
The Winner Yes, the SIG P226 Legion is superior to the standard SIG P226 Nitron. The Grayguns P-SAIT trigger alone would make it worth the extra expense but it does have other features to recommend it. The G10 grips are a vast improvement as are the X-RAY3 Day/Night Sights.
Who uses P229?
|United States||United States Department of Homeland Security||P229 DAK (.40 S&W)|
|U.S. Diplomatic Security Service (U.S. Department of State)||P226R, P228, P229, P229R (9×19mm)|
|U.S. Federal Air Marshals||P229 (.357 SIG)|
|Naval Criminal Investigative Service||P229R DAK (.40 S&W), P239 DAK (.40 S&W)|
Which P226 model is best?
What’s the difference between SIG Sauer P226 and P229?
Both 226 and 226 have almost the same weight of around 34 oz. There is a difference in the length of about .6 inches, and although this may appear rather small, it actually makes a big difference when we talk about easy concealment. With its shorter grip that makes it easy to conceal, the Sig Sauer P229 wins this category.
Do you need a flashlight for a Sig 226?
For self-defense and possible unexpected night threats, you’ll need a readily available flashlight attachment for your pistol. The flashlight attachments for both 226 and 229 are extremely helpful when you’re placed in low-light situations or when surprised with common street crimes at night.
What is the recoil velocity of a SIG P226?
Light blue bar: SIG P226 recoil velocity in fps; dark blue bar: SIG P229 recoil velocity in fps. Lower is better. Imagine being able to fire a gun without even holding it and without your index finger pulling the trigger. The force of the recoil from shooting the 9mm will send the SIG P226 flying 12.33 feet in a second.