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Sig Sauer Replacing P226 Navy With P226 MK25

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Sig Sauer will soon stop production of their Sig P226 Navy and will be replacing it with their new P226 MK25 pistol. The new Sig P226 MK25 is pretty much identical to the sidearm currently used by the U.S. Navy SEALs, right down to the anchor engraving. The new MK25 chambered in 9mm is expected to run $100 more than the current P226 Navy for a total of $1,100. The new Sig 225 MK25 features 2 piece grips, night sights and a 1913 picatinny rail and phosphate coated internal parts.

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Caliber: 9MM
Overall Length: 7.70 in
Overall Height: 5.50 in
Overall Width: 1.50 in
Barrel Length: 4.40 in
Sight Radius: 6.30 in
Sights SIGLITE®: Night sights
Weight: w/Magazine 34.4 oz
Frame: Material Alloy
Frame: Finish Nitron®
Slide Material: Stainless Steel
Slide Finish: Black hard anodized
Magazine Capacity: 15 Rounds
Trigger: DA/SA
Trigger Pull: DA 10.0 lbs / SA 4.4 lbs
Features: UID identifi cation label, anti-corrosion coatings on controls and internal components, anchor engraving

[Source: sigsauerguns.com]

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  1. Just bought one and it’s everything a P226 should be. Accuracy is better than most recreational shooters are capable of utilizing to full potential and after the usual “break in” period it functions flawlessly. It also comes with a certificate of authenticity if that kind of thing floats your boat.

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