In teaching gun safety, I keep finding more things I love about my Sigs. Ease of field strip, sights, DA/SA, and on and on.
Now I'm hunting to find out if the same split pins will go in my 220, 239, 226?
Yes these are quality firearms, no doubt about that...
Can you elaborate on what you like about them? Do you prefer one model over another? Thanks.
Enjoying any firearm is like staying happily married- take her out on a regular basis, treat her with respect and pay attention to proper maintenance.
I can't badmouth any guns - I'm not knowledgeable enough. But one of my students rushed out and bought a Glock 19 (a fine gun). Now she's having trouble field stripping it to clean (meaning she doesn't clean it very often). She also can't get her mag open, meaning it's filthy.
She's worried about my DA/SA, but I told her that my initial DA is my first safety. I have to mean it when I pull that one.
The list goes on. But her weapon is definitely reliable, and it cost her a bit less. Hmmm.
Now I'm trying to figure out if the two split pins (roll pins) are the same in 220/226/239.
Hello. I think that the pins are the same with the P220 and the P226, however the P239 uses a different pin altogether.
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I suggest you post your question in the "Sig Armorer" section of SigForum.
One of the guys has a pic of the different types of pins used by Sig.
It's not only a question of which model you are asking about in terms of pins. Different pins were used over the years in the same model pistol.
This might help you...
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1978 Browning BDA .45cal (aka Sig P220 with European Magazine Release):
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Winchester 1897 WW1 Trenchgun:
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