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I put the Hex on my Sig 226

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by bushmaster1313, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. bushmaster1313

    bushmaster1313 Well-Known Member




    After I put the Hex on it:


  2. JRadice45

    JRadice45 Well-Known Member

    Fancy looking aluminum stocks. I would prefer dark screws though as I feel they take away from the blue of the stocks. I thought this thread was going to be about the hex- sight system.
  3. scf4003

    scf4003 Active Member

    I like it! That's a fine gun you have.
  4. bushmaster1313

    bushmaster1313 Well-Known Member

    Very easy to hit the 6 inch gong at 25 yards.

    I got the all stainless so the weight would help to reduce felt recoil as I find the .40 S&W a bit zippy. If I had to do it again I think I would have gone with the 9 mm.
  5. Bovice

    Bovice Well-Known Member

    My 229 came with hex socket screws, but my 226 and 220 came with regular slotted screws.
  6. Corpral_Agarn

    Corpral_Agarn Well-Known Member

    Mighty Fine Pistol you have there!:D
    I have one that looks just like it (just not the fancy grips and screws)!

    Do you find the Aluminum grips narrow it at all?
    I could go for some slimmer grips on mine.
  7. bushmaster1313

    bushmaster1313 Well-Known Member

    I got the aluminum because they are narrower and I have small hands.
    Got them as cosmetic seconds on the Hogue auction site.
  8. PO2Hammer

    PO2Hammer Well-Known Member

    Sweet pistola.
    That gun is a perfect candidate for a 9mm conversion barrel.
    IIRC Sig, Barsto and some others make them.
    Of course the very best way to reduce the recoil on a .40 is to buy a reloading press, hint hint.
  9. 340PD

    340PD Well-Known Member

    Nice choice. I will be ordering some today. Thanks.

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