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shadco
07-24-09, 13:35
In a moment of weakness whilst searching out the right 9mm I came across this. I didn't go for it at first but as I examined my options I kept coming back to it as other than the gratuitous BW stuff it had everything I wanted and was actually available in this poor excuse of a state I live in.



http://www.pbase.com/shadco/image/115296531.jpg

NCPatrolAR
07-24-09, 16:13
Doesnt look bad. I'm not a fan of the 226 (too fat of grip, long reset, etc), but if I were to ever get another 226 I'd be getting one of the BW versions.

varoadking
07-24-09, 18:04
Doesnt look bad. I'm not a fan of the 226 (too fat of grip, long reset, etc), but if I were to ever get another 226 I'd be getting one of the BW versions.

The SIG SAUER® P226® Blackwater Tactical features the Short Reset Trigger or SRT.

MarshallDodge
07-24-09, 19:04
I like the 226. Fits my hand better than most double stack guns out there.

NCPatrolAR
07-24-09, 19:42
The SIG SAUER® P226® Blackwater Tactical features the Short Reset Trigger or SRT.

one of the reasons Id buy one if the desire to buy another ever hit me.

Vendetta
07-24-09, 20:03
I was eying one of those for a very long time, I could never drop the money to get one.

ToddG
07-25-09, 00:19
The beavertail detracts from the gun's shootability, in my opinion. It also makes it much harder to put thumb on hammer during a reholster, eliminating a safety benefit of DA guns.

The TFO sights are neat but have too many drawbacks (extra wide front sight, durability issues).

CALSHOOTER
07-25-09, 21:00
Looks like a great gun for IDPA competitions, not to big and not to small.:cool: