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Sig Sauer 22LR w/Full Size Frame Converts to 9mm/40cal/357 [226R22BAS]
by Brian W
Date Added: Tuesday 28 August, 2012
I planned on getting the base frame with the .22 then upgrade to the 9mm. Cost with the conversion kit is about the same as a new 9mm. So the you get two guns for the price of one with the same trigger pull and etc. It's a p226 in EVERY way.. Fit and finish are perfect. No manufacturing grit. I took it to the range and put 400rds of CCI Blazer bulk 525 down the pipe. One FTF and one FTE on the first magazine then absolutely flawless thereafter. Accuracy offhand was about 2" at 10 yds. I wasn't really trying to target shoot though. Just get used to the gun and plink. Rear sight is fully adjustable and made it easy for me to adjust to my preferred 6 o'clock hold. There is something about the 226. Ergonomics are perfect. Buy one. Your grand kids will appreciate the purchase. Only gripe is there isn't an automatic bolt hold after the last shot. Otherwise it would have been 5 stars.