Sig Sauer P226 Scorpion
Posted by Jason Brumett
The Sig Sauer P226 Scorpion is a large frame, semi-automatic handgun, with an elite beavertail on the frame. The Scorpion is used primarly for competitive, recreational, along with self-defense shooting purposes. It is part of the P226 models that were updated after trial tests for the U.S. Military in the 1980s. It features the 4-point safety system that includes, a decocking lever, automatic firing pin safety block, safety intercept notch, along with a trigger bar disconnector. All controls on the P226 models are easily accessible for the shooter by either the thumb or index finger. It has an integrated Picatinny accessory rail for mounting a tactical light or laser onto it.Low Price : $1100High Price : $1285
The overall length of the P226 Scorpion is 7.7-inches, with a height of 5.5-inches, and a barrel length of 4.4-inches. The grips are designed to fit around the contour of the shooters hand and feature G-10 Hogue extreme piranha grips that include front strap checkering. The slide material is made from stainless steel, and has a flat dark earth finish. The frame material is made from aluminum alloy, and features a flat dark finish as well. The magazines can either hold 10-rounds of single stack or 15-rounds of double stack 9mm ammunition. The sights are the 3 white dot SIGLITE night sights. The trigger pull is approximately 4.4-pounds for the single action, and approximately 10-pounds for the double action trigger.