It's doubtful that any Sig handguns that were military issue would find there way into the civilian market. Too many restrictions. The 226 Navy was designed for the civilian market, not the Seals. I would call them "commemorative" models. It's cool to think that your gun might have served in the military, but the gov't destroys it's used firearms or sells them to other countries. Hell, they won't even allow exported Garands and Carbines back in the country. You still have a sweet handgun there.