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Sig Sauer P226 9mm Scorpion


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SOMETIMES EXCELLENCE JUST ISN’T ENOUGH, While SIG SAUER pistols are functionally flawless right out-of-the-box, some shooters can’t resist taking things up a notch. For them, SIG SAUER offers the Elite series, four of our most popular models tricked out with all the features a shooter could want, from beavertails to custom grips and more.

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SKU E26R-9-SCPN
UPC Code 798681436217
Caliber 9mm
Manufacturer Sig Sauer
Trigger Pull SA 4.4 lbs
Overall Length 8.2 in
Overall Height 5.5 in
Overall Width 1.5 in
Sights (detailed) Night Sights
Sight Radius 6.3 in
Weight Empty 34.0 oz
Grips Hogue Extreme G-10 Grips
Slide Finish Flat Dark Earth Finish
Barrel Length (in) 4.4"
Mag Capacity / Rounds 15rd
Number of Mags 2
Accessory Rail No
Features Flat Dark Earth Finish, Hogue Extreme G-10 Grips, SRT - Short Reset Trigger
Magazine Well Yes
FFL Requirements All firearms must be shipped to a Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder. We cannot and will not ship firearms to anyone but a FFL. We must receive the receiving dealer's FFL by fax (314-558-8429) or email ([email protected]).
Warranty Warranty provided by Sig Sauer. Warranty information is available for Sig Sauer products at https://www.sigsauer.com/support/warranty/.

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Smooth action and so natural to shoot Review by John
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I bought mine at a PX on a military base while on active duty. I had looked into a P226 for quite some time and so when I saw the Elite Scorpion model (and it was on sale, so +) I took the step and bought it. I could not be more happy with this gun. Out of the box it was so easy to manipulate, take down, and the natural point of aim was indeed very natural. The craftsmanship was excellent, there were no rough areas, no burs and the edges were a perfect blend of crisp and smooth.
Shooting it was a great experience. I could not have been more pleased with how it cycled, fired, and the recoil management. It felt like I'd already put 500 rounds through it. I've shot many different pistols that have had 500 or 1000+ rounds already through them and some of them have felt worse than my Elite felt out of the box. The trigger break was very clean and not sloppy at all. It's not a super light competition trigger by any means but it's not heavy either. It had a decent travel distance before the break but not so much that I was wondering if it would ever fire. I find it to be pleasant lbs on the DA pull, and easy lbs on the SA. You definitely know you're pulling it but in my opinion I really like how it's set straight out of the box.
I prefer pistols with a passive safety/internal safety like the P226 does. And one feature I really like that Sig designers had the foresight to think of and include is the inability to pull the trigger when there is no mag inserted. Personally it was something I discovered by accident when I went to do some dry fire practice. I cleared the gun and didn't insert an empty mag (it's dry fire, I don't need an empty mag right?) and I couldn't pull the trigger. I know some may not like that they wouldn't be able to fire in the case of an accidental mag drop but I find that just one more practical safety feature.
I rate the quality at 5 star as I have never had a single issue with mine and the value at 5 star simply for the fact that this gun could be a couple hundred dollars more and it would still be entirely worth buying. I got mine for a sale price of $920.00 but I would have gladly paid the nearly $1100.00 price tag.
Hopefully y'all find this helpful. I always recommend going to a range where you can rent and renting a gun you're considering before you buy it. The gun may function and shoot flawlessly but if you don't like how it feels in your hand, you will not be satisfied. Spending 100 bux to rent and shoot the model you're considering is well worth knowing you like it for sure than spending $1100 on the gun to find out you don't like something about it. (Posted on 4/21/2020)

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