What did they change on the finish? How did you guys like having the thumb safety on these. Seems awkward to me for a Sig.Was forced to sell mine about a year and a half ago, and was going to replace it last month until I heard about the staccato C2.
Mine was very accurate, reliable and had an awesome trigger.
Everyone that tried it, loved it and the addict that bought mine, already had one and this was going to be an extra!
Cons for me were that it was a little too big and heavy for CCW and the finish was not all that durable, but SIG has changed it.
I seriously doubt you'll regret picking one up.
You can also order that flat trigger and SRT trigger kit and add it to another 226, just so you know. Or, send it in and have it done. Lots of options out there for the sig p226. Grayguns is one of the bigger guys that sells the trigger parts and installs them, from what I have read.Thanks for all the great information!!