Category Archives: SIG Sauer

SIG Sauer P226 SAO Legion Reliability Challenge – 2,000 Round Update

I’ve put another 1,000 bullets down the barrel so it’s time for an update.  This time I shot only Fiocchi 115 grain FMJ.  It has a bit more pep to it, rated at 100 FPS faster than the Aguila.  Not that it’s really significant.  As expected it continues to run 100%.  Total round count now at 8,150.    Since there

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SIG Sauer P226 SAO Legion Reliability Challenge – 1,000 Round Update

I just hit 1,000 rounds since starting my P226 SAO Legion Reliability Challenge and thought it time for an update.  When I initially started this project concerns were raised (by some people much more tactfully than others) that damage would occur to the rails.  Because the frame rails are aluminum and not steel they are not as wear resistant.  One

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SIG Sauer Roland Special – Springer Precision P320 9mm ‘Shorty’ Compensator Review

I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of the so-called “Roland Special”, long before I even knew it was named such a thing.  The general concept is a compact pistol, carrying a weapon mounted light, with a short compensator, bringing it to the same overall length of its long slide counterparts.  Like a Glock 19 with a compensator giving it an

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SIG Sauer P320 Flat Trigger Review: Apex Advanced vs. Grayguns PELT

After my initial review of the stock P320 (viewable here) it’s now time to start looking at modifications.  Why the flat trigger?  It’s what came on my SIG Sauer P226 SAO Legion and I’ve come to really like it.  Plus I like consistency across by pistols when possible and since I’m shooting my P226 a lot it would be nice

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Combat Shooting And Tactics: Extreme Pistol Review

There is no shortage of self-titled firearm instructors out there.  You’ll find plenty who are, or claim they are, a former law enforcement officer (LEO) or military.  I’ve learned that just because someone was career law enforcement/military that doesn’t mean they’re a good instructor. I trained with one retired LEO and when I inquired about learning to shoot on the move

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