Take a look at Wolff gunsprings.
Springs for SIG-SAUER (SIGARMS) P-220 Semi-Auto Pistols
I have a couple of sig P220's,The carry model 3.9"barrel is Red painted recoil spring full size 4.4" barrel P220 has a green color.
Does anyone know how many different colors they use and the weights they represent?
The last Sig springs I bought from Wolff were single-strand springs and not the multi-strand springs that Sig sells. I was not happy with them. Order OEM spring from Sig....you will like them much better.
This seemed like the right thread to hopefully get an answer to my question. I'm the new owner of a P226 TacOpts and while cleaning today after the range I noticed that one end of the recoil spring was red. Should that be there or could it possibly be rust? Thanks in advance for any and all responses.
This forum is a bit of a bust.
SIG Recoil Spring Colors
White P229 (9mm)
Green P220 (45), P226 (357/40), P250 full size (357/40, 45)
Red P220 Compact, Carry
Orange P226 (9mm), P250 full size (9mm)
Blue P229 (357/40), P250C (357/40)
Silver P239 (9mm), SP2022 (9mm), SP2009, P250C (9mm)
Blue P239 (357/40), P245, SP2340, SP2022 (357/40)
Sorry, don't know the weights.
Re: bit of a bust.
Yes, there's less traffic here, but it's kinder and more often actually SIG related than elsewhere.
Last edited by Captain Spalding; 04-01-2011 at 03:49 PM. Reason: Added comment in defense of this forum.
Captain, thank you for the response. I am a regular on a few different (non gun related) forums that are much busier so I guess I am spoiled. Again thank you for your answer.
It's not rust....I have a P226R / STAINLESS and the narrow end is painted orange (closest to trigger when placed on recoil spring guide)