SIG P226 Navy

The SIG P226 Navy is a civilian version of the pistol issued to the U.S. Navy SEALs.

Sig P226

The SIG P-226 Navy Looks like a standard P-226.

The Sig Sauer P226 Navy is a version of the pistol that lost to the Beretta 92, in the competition to find a replacement for the M1911.  The SIG however was still considered to be an outstanding design and became well known for its accuracy and reliability.  it soon found favor with law enforcement entities, like the FBI, SAS and the Texas Rangers.  Eventually it was selected by the U.S. Navy SEALs as their primary sidearm.  

The P226 Navy has the following changes:

  • Nitron coated slide and phosphate coated internal parts to better withstand salt water environments.  
  • Special slide markings with an anchor.
  • 3 15 round magazines are included (1 more than usual for P226s)
  • Mil 1913 accessory rail for attaching tactical lights and lasers (this is offered on other P226s as well).

The rest of the gun the same as a standard current production P226.

Caliber - 9x19mm.

Barrel - 4.40”.  

Slide - Steel (Some manufactured in Germany).

Receiver - Alloy.

Action - Double/Single Action, Short Recoil.

Grips - Plastic.

Sights - Line & Dot.

Magazines - 15 rd detachable box.

P226 w Light

Sig P226 Navy with Insight M6 tactical light with laser Attached

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