Nicholas Austin: I love my 40 tacops. So much less snapper than my 9mm. Then again my sig
.380 is extremely snappy.
ddmd80: Do all the internals stay the same when switching from the E2 to Magwell
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. :-)
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?
sigmaoverglocks: Do anyone know where I can find a Hi cap mag for my sp2022 sig.
Practical Firearms: Great Video Juan. I love that Sig P226. To me out of all the guns I have
owned the my sig p229 had the best shoot-ability. It was a dream to handle
and had the sweetest trigger I have ever had the pleasure of squeezing.
Sigs are top of the line.
Tango Down: I love it thus far. I do miss the fact that the frame is sans a beavertail
though but that's just a cosmetic issue, doesn't affect the shooting in the
Juan Rivera: @GONZO0710 Yea, if the mags aint Mec-Gar's, they're junk. The mags are the
number one complaint from people who buy the Sig. I'm really satisfied with
the way this project turned out. Thx for watching!
Juan Rivera: @riceburna Let me know what you think once you take her to the range!
BrothaJeff: So it is possible to use the regular p226 grips on a p226 E2?
kllapointe: Do the 15 round mags still fit with new magwell grips?
Juan Rivera: I ordered mine from Topgunsupply and they sold them separately. How do you
like the setup?
Keith Click: Mec-Gar actually makes the Sig Sauer factory mags. They come off the same
line from what I have been told by Mec-Gar.
Juan Rivera: From Top Gun Supply online
legalsolutions07: I agree with you regarding the magazines. I have a Blackwater Tactical P226
and it came with four Mec-Gar mags and they're great. However, all those
that have had failure to feed on the later Blackwater and current Tac-Ops
probably can be traced to the low quality mags. I have over 6000 rounds
through my pistol and have not had any problems save for some bad primers
on my reloads. These are Great pistols.
vnohelix: Great video. From hear say: "the enhanced grip, although more comfortable
for smaller hands, forces (due to its design) a lower hold on the gun and
actually raises the relative bore axes". What is your opinion on this? In
other words, now with your new grip, do you feel you can get a higher grip?
Thank you so much.
Kerry Flynn: Where can you buy the grip? Its not on the sig website.
Juan Rivera: The P226 in 9mm is a controllable shooter with just about any grip,
especially in the Elite model (because of the beavertail). For me, it was a
matter of round count without having the magazine hanging 2 inches below
the grips. The E2 grip does obligate you to hold lower than the Tac Ops
grips but I didn't feel any difference in my shooting, jr
Juan Rivera: HK 45 is a great gun but for a fraction of the cost you can get a Glock
that holds 13 rounds or an FNP that gives you 14-15 rounds. But if you're
set on the HK then get it, jr
Juan Rivera: Mec-Gar does make mags for for Sig but not all guns came with Mec-Gar's. If
you check the forums, you'll read of a lot of people who returned their
non-Mec-Gar mags and demanded that sig replace them with Mec-Gar's.
Juan Rivera: They do. When inserting the 15 round mag, you will have to use your thumb
to fully seat it into the magwell. 15 rounder would be a good reloading mag
but would take some practice to have quick reloads, jr
Juan Rivera: Not that much bigger. The E2 just wrap around with no screws (they have two
opposing clips so you have to pry them above a certain level to be able to
pull them off), so they do feel slimmer in the hand. For people with big
hands they feel too slim. The Tac Ops grips fill in the sculpted areas of
the E2 and thus feel fuller. I have a small hand and have no problems with
the Tac Ops grips. Hope this helps, jr
Juan Rivera: @fatboyR6 More than likely you're going to special order one that will
accept the light. I'm really impressed with the SRT on this Sig. By far
it's one of my favorites. Of course, this isn't one I can conceal carry but
it sits on my nightstand with a TLR-1s with 20 +1. Thx for stopping by, jr
Juan Rivera: @BHPfan26 I'm fine with it both ways, really prefer the the E2 grips but
have NO problem using the full Tac Ops grips. Love it!
Juan Rivera: @zaldivarbigboy The trigger is my favorite also. I know they say it's in
the 4 pound range but it feels like half of that since the reset is so
short. Probably the best trigger outside of my TRP's
Juan Rivera: Checked and subbed! jr I just got a p2012 with night sights and for the
money, you just can't beat it
SpyderTime .: Excellent video, Thanks
Juan Rivera: Go to topgunsupply(dot com) and type in: SIGPRO915 (that is the 15 round
Diesel Tactical: Nice work. I have the same pistol and have shot 200 flawless rounds threw
it. Most accurate pistol I have ever shot. Most likely due to the awesome
single action trigger pull. I wish blade-Tech made a holster that accepts a
TRL-1 light. I can't find any holster really that accepts lights for this
Juan Rivera: I hope that helped you understand what i was talking about. It helped give
me better purchase and control. LOL, thx for the stars!
Juan Rivera: Thanks for watching, jr
Juan Rivera: @GunSmokeGuy You too my friend!
khyoon14: I have the Extreme on the way. can't wait.
Tango Down: I recently procured the SIG Mk25 and, like you, I wanted the Magwell grips
to mod it with as well as the 20 round Mec-Gar mags. When I ordered my
Magwell grips, the screws were included with it.
maxfitguy: I agree on the magazine issue. MecGar makes magazines for a lot of the gun
manufacturers due to their workmanship and reliability. My P226 Elite
shoots like a house on fire with their magazines. Prices are really
affordable for MecGars. Great review!
Ratherbblown: Just picked up a 9mm tacops. Such a sweet pistol!
Fishing Network West: yes get them Both and get more !!!
Bak Dur: +1 for top gun supply ........great site great help
riceburna: Thanks for this video it was very informative. I've been doing my homework
for a month and I'm sure I'll be happy with my two tone p226 which I'm
DinoDad32: Nice job on Video - I am a big fan of the Sig - I love my P228. Check out
my AR-15 channel ~ Dinodad32
Juan Rivera: I didn't have the tool and did exactly what you said. The Sigs that come
with the E2 include the tool in the box for those who want to change them
out. Like you, I think the wood grips are logs, only people with very large
hands benefit from those grips. LOL, who hasn't had a spring or two come
flying off their gun at one time or another. My Sig too has been flawless,
truly one of my all-time favorites. Thx for the comments!
Juan Rivera: Thanks for watching. The Sig site has all the conversion kits listed that
will work with the P226, jr
SamuraiEdge556: Thanks. I believe i'll be going with the enhanced elite. My hands are small
so it would suit me better. It would also be easier for me to conceal
without the extended magwell and mag extension. Of course i'm talking about
outside the waistband holster with a jacket or button up shirt.
BHPfan26: Great info man. I love my older P226. Been wanting to handle an E2 model.
raiderftbl: Great review, looking to get one as soon as I have my FOID permit. Does
this model allow for the caliber x-change kits? Thanks again for the info!
T74G: its beautiful...
SamuraiEdge556: When comparing the E2 grips to the tac ops how would you describe how much
bigger the tac ops grips are?
Juan Rivera: @maxfitguy Since I had looked at so many P226 vids before making my
purchase, the magazine issue was the one thing always coming up. Having
bought a used 226 just made it easier for me to pick up a couple of
Mec-gars seeing mine only came with one. Thx, jr
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