Full capacity mags will give you 12 rounds of .357Sig or .40S&W in a Sig 229. 13 rounds of 9mm in a Sig228. As mentioned earlier you can use the larger 226 mags, to up the capacity in the 9mm version- the 226 is still only 12 rounds in .40 and .357. However, why not just buy a 226 in 9mm, and get the gun designed for the 15 round magazine? Hell you could go all out and get the 226 Navy - which is made to the exact specs of the contract for the US Navy SEALs. A portion of the proceeds goes to a charity that helps the families of Special Ops personnel killed in the line of duty.
Link to Sigarms 226-Navy Webpage (http://www.sigarms.com/products/classicfullsize-models.asp?product_id=198)
September 5, 2004, 08:55 PM
At risk of being laughed out of here, try a Smith 5906. Got the requested capacity, and accurate as most can shoot. A bit heavy for CCW, but only if you care.
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