What is a SRT trigger?

The “SRT” abbreviation always refers to the Short Reset Trigger Kit that modifies the reset action, regardless of whether the gun has the Standard, Short, or some aftermarket trigger.

What is the trigger pull on a P226?

Hammer springs on the current model SIG P226 are rated at 21 pounds. The quickest way to reduce the trigger pull on your pistol is to replace that hammer spring.

Why is the SIG P226 so good?

The P226 is a double action handgun, meaning a single pull of the trigger both cocks the gun and releases the hammer. The P226 also drew the automatic firing pin locking system from the SIG P225, which prevents the firing pin from releasing if the pistol were accidentally dropped.

What is a short reach trigger?

The short trigger, or short-reach trigger, was designed to better fit the P226 and other models of the SIG line to the shooter. A short trigger reduces the distance needed for proper placement of the index finger across the face of the trigger by approximately . 150 inch.

What’s the difference in a single action and double action pistol?

An easy way to remember the difference between Single and Double Action is to remember that a Single Action trigger performs just a single action, dropping the hammer, which fires the round and a Double Action trigger performs two actions in one trigger pull: cocking the hammer and then releasing it.

Does the SIG P226 have a decocker?

The P226 also featured a decocker that allowed the hammer to be dropped safely without unloading the gun. The P226 had also made earlier inroads into the U.S. military service.

Which Sig P226 model is best?

The Winner Yes, the SIG P226 Legion is superior to the standard SIG P226 Nitron. The Grayguns P-SAIT trigger alone would make it worth the extra expense but it does have other features to recommend it. The G10 grips are a vast improvement as are the X-RAY3 Day/Night Sights.

Is the P226 outdated?

The gun was discontinued from the P226 model lineup at the end of 2010 but the E2-style grip system has been adopted on and carried over to other P226 variants.

Why buy a SIG Sauer P226?

Or if you demand the same reliability, accuracy, and durability that the military requires. The P226 was designed by Sig Sauer back in 1984, which is an auspicious year. Whether you’re an Orson Wells fan or not, the thought of what might come of this world is the main reason to purchase a firearm. It’s entirely the military’s fault…

Does the p-226 have a Short Reset Trigger Kit?

This is the second short reset trigger kit I have purchased. I have three P-226’s, one P-239, two P-365’s and a M-400. All great products and the short reset trigger makes the P-226 even better. I am retired Law Enforcement and a 20 year Police Firearms Instuctor and rangemaster.

What calibers does the P226 come in?

The P226 is available in three different calibers. You can pick one up in 9mm, .357 SIG, and .40 S&W. The nine millimeter is the classic, and the one you’re most likely to find.

What makes a P226 better than a stock P226?

But the reality is that while the changes are relatively minor, they come together to make something much better than a stock P226. The first thing you notice (besides the gold pressed latinum anchor) is the rail on the front of the gun.