Make: Sig Sauer Model: P226 Caliber: 9mm, .357 SIG, .40 S&W
The Sig Sauer P226 model was designed in the early 1980's for a possible bid on a U.S. Military handgun contract in 1984. The P226 was underbid, but the U.S. Navy Seals picked up ...(more)
Posted by Jason Brumett
The Sig Sauer Mosquito Purple is a semi-automatic handgun that is 10% smaller than the P226 model. It was designed to have the same feel as the P226 model, along with many of the same features, and save shooters ammunition for practice firing on a target range. The controls are on the left side and include a break down lever, decocking lever, reversible magazine catch, along with a safety selector switch on both sides for ambidextrous shooters. It also has an integrated accessory rail for mounting a tactical light, laser, or sight rail onto it.
The overall length of the Mosquito Purple is 7.2-inches, with a height of 5.3-inches, and a barrel length of 3.9-inches. The frame material is made from polymer, and features a black polymer finish. The slide material is made from aluminum alloy, and features a blued finish. The magazine holds 10-rounds of ammunition. The trigger pull is approximately 4.4-pounds for the single action, and approximately 12.1-pounds for the double action trigger.
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