Hogue grips on a Sig P220 - question

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  1. gunsrfun1

    gunsrfun1 Member

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    I'm looking around for a used P220 DA/SA, and want to be sure I buy a model that can accommodate the Hogue rubber grips, Model 20010 on the Hogue website.
    https://www.hogueinc.com/grips/sig-sauer-grips/p220-american/p220-da-sa/soft-overmolded-rubber

    Anyway, it appears that there are several "generations" or models of the P220, and the Hogue grips fit some gens or models, and not the others.
    Here are three examples with different factory grips. Will the Hogue grips fit all of these?
    http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/File:SigP220Black.jpg
    http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/File:SIGP220R_Standard.jpg
    https://www.safesidetactical.c...44-rail-ns-8rd-53694
    Thanks
     
  2. JDR

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    You have a choice between black or green Hogue overmolded grips with the finger grooves, and the Hogue overmolded grips without the finger grooves in black. I’m pretty sure these will fit a P220, but you can contact Hogue CS if you still have questions on this.

    I have the Hogue overmolded grips with the finger grooves on my Sig P226 in .40S&W. With my big hands, I like this setup a lot. But if you buy these grips, make sure that you also get the allen head grip screws that Hogue sells to go along with these grips. These grips are thicker than stock and it’s not worth the possibility of stripping the threaded grip inserts in the frame with the OEM screws, which the previous owner did with my gun.
     
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  4. gunsrfun1

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    Very helpful, thanks all.
     
  5. CapnMac

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    Only fit problems I ever had with the original Hogues were around the hammer release lever. And that just wanted a bit of skiving the back of the grip panel to get it to lay closer to the frame. Fit otherwise was pretty good.
    Will have been an early generation SIG 220
    sig-all.jpg
     
  6. 9mmepiphany

    9mmepiphany Moderator Staff Member

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    The only difference in the different 220s on the market that would affect grip fitment are the magazine release and the mainspring.

    The SIG 220 can be found with either heel release or the button release behind the trigger guard. The mainspring will either have a flat sheet metal base or a cast aluminum housing...the spring struts for each are shaped differently and will affect the grip which will fit them
     
  7. Robbins290

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    The SAO's have a different grip also, has a cut out for a thumb safety.
     
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    I picked up a 226 with the over molded and pitched them for side panels.if you want it to try out let me know and I’ll send it to you.
     
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