Sig Sauer P226 Elite 9mm Tac Ops Conversion




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taz Man: little late but good video thanks

B Waitman: I noted when I bought my 226 Tac ops model the mags weren't made in Italy, so I purchased 3 on my own. Turns out there was no need as I've yet to have a single FTF or FTE as far as that goes mine has run without a single issue in the 6 years I've had it. If only the operator performed as well as this firearm...
I'm thinking about ordering a 40cal kit and also replaceing these grips with the magwell. I'm wondering why a 45acp kit wouldn't fit ?
Does anyone know what difference there is between the 226 and 227 frames ? I'm pretty sure a single stack 45acp mag would easily fit in the 226 frame...just wondering if it's a case of Sig protecting the 227/220 models by not offering a 45 kit.
If anyone has a clue please share...

Martina Dejaquiz: good info - thank you.

sortedevaras: Great grips, added bonus is they are dirt cheap. $29 for Tacop magwell on Sig's site.

Philipp Hintermüller: It would have been fine to show how the +2 mags seat in the magwell/pistol ;-)

Luke Walburn: Awesome video!!!

flawlessfoose: Great video man!!!

sand man: To be honest with you about the Sig magazines made in the USA, I never had a problem with them and shot 1000s of rounds out of them and that's using the one that is fully loaded that sits in the P226 for months at a time by the bed stand, but always heard that the Made in Italy by Meg-gar are better. can anyone explain this? Also I would like to put the E2 grip on my MK25 and was wondering if any other parts, springs, strut or anything else has to be changed to install the E2?

Nicholas Austin: Trolling? How do you figure?

Bill_N_Texas: Interesting observation about mags accompanying Sigs lately.  The pair with my new P229 are simply stamped: "SigSauer P229-1 9mm" and are not as robust appearing as the pair that came with my P226 a couple of  years ago. Those mags are stamp: "SigSauer P226 .357 .40" on one side, "Made in USA" on the other side, and "U.S. Patent  XXXXXXX" on the floor plate.  Who knows WHERE the 229 mags come from.  I am also inclined to get Mec-Gar mags.  Can someone weigh in on their experience with them compared to Sigs, and what is it that makes the Mec-Gar mags worth obtaining?

Nicholas Austin: I love my 40 tacops. So much less snapper than my 9mm. Then again my sig .380 is extremely snappy.

leonard kitchen: incase anyone is interested in these tac op grips, they are available on the sig sauer website for $30.00.  I'm getting some to put on my p226 mk25 with the extended 20 round mags.  I found the 20 round mags made by mecgar available at wilsoncombat.com approx. $35.00 each, sig wants in excessive of $75.00. I have personaly purchased the 20 rounds from willson combat and they do say made in Italy on them.

ddmd80: Do all the internals stay the same when switching from the E2 to Magwell grips?

ddmd80: change anything else or just the grips only. Thanks

ddmd80: I have a E/E just like yours I noticed when you switch from regular grips to E2 grips some internals are changed. My question is when going from E2 grips to the Magwell grips do I need to switch out anything else besides just the grips?

Dave Butch: It's not a weapon. It's a firearm.

Tango Down: I have a SIG Mk25 that I changed the grips to the TacOps grips, had it for about a year now.  Finally procured an actual TacOps yesterday evening. :-)

Bak Dur: +1 for top gun supply ........great site great help

khyoon14: I have the Extreme on the way. can't wait.

Ratherbblown: Just picked up a 9mm tacops. Such a sweet pistol!
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Sig Sauer P226 Elite 9mm Tac Ops Conversion