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Does anyone know where I can find TORX type grip screws for my P226? I lost one at a match. These are not the hex head/allen head type.

I have tried Top Gun Supply and Brownells. I also did a Google search of the internet with no luck.


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Gregcote.com or maybe contact SIG directly.


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Hogue sells hex head screws, but not Torx. I have only seen Torx used on the SIG P229.
 
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my .40S&W P226 CPO came with them.

The Gregcote.com address does not work. Is it spelled correctly? Never mind, its gregcotellc.com, but he doesn't have it either.


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Do you have a good local hardware in your area, not a Home Depot or Lowes. I can't speak about ACE, I've never been inside one their stores. I found a local hardware that carries every type screw I've ever looked for, in small drawers not bubble packs. Be sure to take one of the type you are looking for.


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For 8 bucks, I'd just get some Hogue hex head screws if you can't find Torx.

http://gregcotellc.com/cart/ho...87619baa8eb84302846b


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nipper:
For 8 bucks, I'd just get some Hogue hex head screws if you can't find Torx.

That's my back-up plan but I thought I try to find the torx first.


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P229 Torx fit fine on the P226


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P229 Torx fit fine on the P226


I just verified that with my P229's Torx grip screws and two P226s.
 
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Anush and rh

Thanks for the info. I had given up hope.


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