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    cz-aus is offline Junior Member
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    SIG 226R Tactical

    Hi Guys

    Any clues on how popular the 226R is?

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    sig has been selling the P226 for over 20 years I have one 18 years old and still shoots like new

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    The P226 is extremely popular. A fine combat firearm. Thr "R" or rail version is popular and it isn't.

    Some folks rue the addition of a rail for "toys" or "Rambo Tac". They are more purist and Old school, where as others LOVE the rail.

    I personally don;t care, but I prefer all Stainless, so it's a rail for me, but I don't hang anything off of it.

    If you decide to buy a P226 in any caliber, you will walk away a very satisfied and proud gun owner.

    Few people have the gal or ignorance to speak ill of Sigs in general.

    In my life I've owned 3 or 4 and still have two all Stainless.

    If I had to sell all but one gun, I'd keep my P226 with my P239 a close second.

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    For what it's worth, the railed SIGs are popular enough that Galco is retrofitting all its SIG holsters to accommodate them.
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    All opinions, particularly those involving politics and Glocks, are mine and not Galco's.

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    Rails rule. I have a bipod mounted on mine...

    not really.

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