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The Sig Sauer P226 is regarded as one of the most reliable handguns available. Its legendary reliability made this pistol a favorite among law enforcement, military units worldwide and civilians alike.
Now you can take home your own SIG P226 as a rock solid CO2 pellet pistol. This air pistol replica features a metal slide and polymer frame that feels very sturdy in hand. A reversible 16 round rotary pellet magazine lets you keep the shots coming down its rifled barrel. This Sig even includes a Picatinny rail for mounting up your choice of flashlights or lasers. Each features a responsive blowback action to make your shooting sessions that much more realistic.
Our tech department provided this shot string, which was done with 5.25 grain match ballistic alloy pellets:
Shot 1: 427.40 fps Shot 2: 433.41 fps Shot 3: 415.43 fps Shot 4: 406.79 fps Shot 5: 395.83 fps Shot 6: 388.64 fps Shot 7: 385.07 fps Shot 8: 379.88 fps High: 433.41 Low: 379.88 Average: 404.05 fps
|Max Velocity||450 fps|
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Things I liked: Really looks and like the real thing. that's about all I can say that's good about it.
Things I would have changed: The CO2 loading is awkward, lacks power, can usually see pellets in air before they hit target. Not very accurate at all. It's a fancy toy.
What others should know: Makes a great prop for a Halloween Costume but save your money otherwise, think they took some of the power to falsely simulate a blow back but it has the adverse effect of lowering the velocity and accuracy. My older older P225 made by Umarex shoots much better but is less realistic looking. I was very disappointed after recently purchasing their MPX rifle which is an absolut blast to shoot.
Things I liked: I love its authenticity. For someone with big paws like me, it fits well in my hand. Even some of the drawbacks are accurate to the Mark 5 model like the button that releases the clip being too close and easily hit.
Things I would have changed: The clip sometimes drops the ammo when I take the clip out to put away. Also, if I rapid fire sometimes all the rounds aren't shot.
What others should know: Keep your thumb around the grip. Otherwise, you may accidentally tap the clip release button. However, that's in the design of the real Mark 5 as well.
Things I liked: Accurate replica, right down to the weight (same as fully loaded "real" p226). CO2 changing system is brilliant... why didn't somebody think of this long ago? Prints fairly consistently (3/4" groups at 30'), although not where the sight picture would indicate point of impact should be. More about this below.
Things I would have changed: Adjustable rear sight. Adjustable rear sight. Adjustable rear sight. Are you reading this, Sig-Sauer? Mine prints low and left; can't do anything about low, but the left should be adjustable by drifting the rear sight. Have to use entirely too much "Kentucky Windage" to hit the target consistently, and even then the groups aren't great because of the sight situation. Stronger spring on the mag release, or the mag pawl should engage more deeply with the mag, requiring a deeper press to disengage the mag (see below.) Lose the threaded barrel extension... who needs a fake silencer, anyway? Sleeve just keeps coming loose. I like to use this thing to pop bird-feeder-raiding squirrels with; I wish the magazine had deeper wells, so it could chamber some of the longer, pointed hunting pellets; the flat-faced and domed pellets pretty much sting 'em and bounce off, and they keep coming back. A pointed pellet would be a lot more effective.
What others should know: Frequently fails to fire a pellet... go to reload an 'expended' magazine, and there's still a pellet or two in there. My particular P226 has a real 'hair-trigger' magazine release; when flipping the lever to "off-safety," it's way too easy to dump the mag inadvertently. Had to start using the off-hand thumb to work the safety. Frequent pellet jams, where a pellet slips the confines of the mag and jams in the well... VERY difficult to get the mag out when this happens. The knurled sleeve over the threaded barrel-end loosens up constantly; had to put loctite on it to get it to stay on. Tempted to just saw the foolish thing off... After changing the CO2 cartridge one time, at the first shot, the rear sight almost came out of the slide! I was surprised, as I thought it was cast-in-place, not a seperate piece. Used the opportunity to correct the windage so now it prints low, but in-line with the sight picture. Secured it in place with red loctite.
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I just received this in the mail. When I first loaded the magazine without any pellets it goes in smoothly and ejects properly. When I loaded pellets into the magazine it jams halfway into loading it. I have to push it in hard but then the mag doesnt revolve which means I only get one shot. When I try to eject the mag it stays jammed and I have to use someone pointy to get it out. Any advice?
Sounds like the gun is having trouble. I'd recommend sending it back for a replacement
Does this use the same 16 shot reversible stick magazine that the BerettaPX4 Storm uses?
I just received my P226 from Pyramydair. I inserted a CO2 cartridge, inserted a loaded magazine and attempted to move the safety to the Fire position. I could NOT move it and thus cannot fire the pistol. I have asked Pyramydair for assistance but have had no response yet. Has anyone had this problem and was able to correct it? Note that the safety was in the Safe position when I received the pistol. My next action will be to return the pistol but I really want to keep it since I have a real P226.
|Max Velocity||450 fps|