Sig P226 Sport compensator on regular P226R?


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musashi
February 16, 2007, 02:52 PM
Hey everyone. I have a P226R .357 and was wondering if I could add a compensator from a P226 Sport onto it without having to add a longer barrel? The reason for this??? I just like the way that the P226 Sport looks. Plus, the compensator (muzzle weight, as there are no gas ports in it) would help out with the increased recoil of the .357. I'm mainly concerned about it greatly effecting accuracy since I don't want to add a longer barrel. I shouldn't have any problems as far as shooting it cause the .357 is nothing more than a 9mm shoved in a .40 right? What do y'all think?

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musashi
February 16, 2007, 04:27 PM
I posted this over on lightfighter and one of the members told me that the dustcover might be too long on the new 226R's and that the rails on the Sport and R are different and that the compensator wouldn't fit the new rails. :(

What say you???

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