SIG Sauer P226 UDE2269B1

SIG Sauer P226 UDE2269B1

MSRP: $829.99

Used Price: $1,000.00

New Price: $649.99

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Specifications
Brand SIG Sauer
Category Handguns
SIG Sauer P226 UDE2269B1 Reviews

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Positive: 28 Mixed: 3 Negative: 2
Leonard H
Leonard H
Dec 01, 2017

I bought this several years ago, and it is still one of the most accurate and easy to maintain guns I own. It's a big hunk of metal, but it points and shoots very well. It was completely refurbished and looked like new when it arrived. The decocker is a great feature that works well. My only regret is not buying a .40 and getting a conversion barrel for 9mm. ...more

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Dennis P
Dennis P
Oct 12, 2015

I'm really amazed with what I received from Buds. The FFL dealer was also shocked when he opened the box. I ordered a C.P.O Sig Sauer P226 and when we opened the box it was an engraved P226. Beautiful looking handgun. Thank you Buds for an awesome first time buyer of a handgun. ...more

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Tom C
Tom C
Aug 16, 2015

I received this pistol after having put it on layaway some time ago. Over the years, I've owned many of the classic Sig Sauer pistols, but had not had one in my collection since 2009, so I decided to get one. I can tell you that from my perspective, this Certified Pre-Owned pistol, which seems to be an early 2000's gun, is every bit as well made as the ones I owned from the 80's and 90's, meaning the quality of fit and finish was quite high. I also got one with a butter smooth trigger in both DA and SA. I will say this as well, not to bash another gun, but I also took delivery of a brand new Beretta 92 FS at the same time, and while I like the Beretta, this Sig is much, much smoother in all operations right out of the box, and the trigger is nicer. Score one for Sig Sauer. Ordering a CPO Sig is like a box of chocolates, in that you never know exactly what you will get until you open the box, but you know it will be good. So just to let you know what you might expect if you order one, mine came in a substantial red cardboard box imprinted with the Sig Sauer name on it, rather than a plastic case. I remember the days when all Sigs shipped in a gray cardboard box, just like this, so that did not bother me. Mine is a German frame model, with a stainless steel slide (blackened of course) that was made in the USA. The frame is marked "Sigarms Inc. Exeter NH, Frame Made in Germany". The finish of the pistol was impeccable. Sig says they completely refinish the slides, but do not re-anodize the frames. My frame was spotless, not a mark on it, but it was distinctly a dark gray color, which contrasted nicely with the very black slide and levers of the gun. So the effect is a mild two-tone look that makes mine look a bit different. I like it. As far as sights are concerned, Sig says that they leave night sights in place if they feel they still have life left in them, but if not, they replace them with three dot "contrast sights". Mine had a brand new pair of three dots on it that look good and are easy to pick up. The pistol wore what appeared to be a new pair of factory grips made of hard plastic with "P226" printed on the panels.The gun also shipped with two brand new USA made Sig factory 15 round magazines. These are of the latest style with no zig-zag spot weld pattern on the back of them. I also received a manual stamped "Pre-Owned" and papers related to the one-year factory warranty. There was of course the obligatory gun lock included. In terms of "feel" and function, my new P226 was a joy to handle. The slide moved as if it was on greased ball bearings (easily besting my new Beretta in that regard) and the trigger was flawless in both SA and DA. Interestingly, I was able to compare it directly with a brand new P226 in my FFL's display case, and the CPO pistol was noticeably smoother. Both felt good, but the CPO gun seemed "broken in".The first test fire of my new/old P226 produced some groups at 25 yards that were very close to 2 inches for 5 shots, and at closer ranges it was all one ragged hole with good ammunition. I've owned brand new Sigs, police trade in Sigs, and now a CPO Sig. As far as I am concerned, the Certified Pre-Owned program is the way to go. You get essentially a new gun with a factory warranty, and save almost $400 over buying new. As far as I can see, all you give up is the plastic case. If you are on the fence about this superb pistol, just buy one. It feels and shoots completely differently than today's crop of plastic striker fired pistols, and will quickly become your favorite 9mm handgun. You will soon forget that you paid a couple hundred dollars more for it than for a lesser handgun. ...more

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Joseph M
Joseph M
Jan 19, 2015

Great deal on an outstanding pistol. This is my favorite 9mm. I have put thousand of round through it and have never had a FTF or any other problem with it. I love this gun and got a great price on it from Buds. I would recommend this gun to anybody who wants a high quality, full size 9mm. I put laser grips on it and it and use it for my primary home defense weapon. ...more

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Robert S
Robert S
Aug 26, 2014

I had previously bought a CPO Sig P226 in 40 cal. and it was flawless, shot great right out of the box and never had any problems. THEN I bought the Sig P226 9mm with E2 grips. The first time I took it out to shoot, the slide locked solid after 2 shots. I messed with it and finally got the slide to move, locked the slide back and pushed the release down and took the slide off. I examined the guide rod and recoil spring and could not see any obvious problem. I put it back together and fired 4 shots with no problems. Then several months later, I finally get a new place to shoot, took it out and BAM, the 3rd shot locked the slide and had to do a lot of banging on the guide rod that was still sticking out the front end until the slide loosened up a little. I again took the slide off and could not see the problem. I took the spring out of my 40, put it in the 9mm and went to the range. It fired flawlessly, except the slide did not lock open after the last shot. I called Sig and they wanted me to send it in for $60 to have them check it out. Next, I took the 9mm orange tipped recoil spring and compared it to the green tipped 40 spring and the 9mm spring was 3/4" shorter. I stretched the 9mm spring and it has been shooting fine ever since. I again called sig and they just said they would sell me a set of recoil springs. Never mind the fact that they put a defective one in to start with. Then on the issue of the mag not locking the slide open, I had 2 mags and took them both apart. The one that came with the gun was 2 INCHES SHORTER then the other one. Both mags were Sig mags....15 shot. I know what they did....they put a 10 round mag spring in a 15 round magazine. Again....they denied that this could happen. I used to think that SIG was a quality firearm. I ordered 2 Mec-Gar magazines for less than the cost of 1 magazine from sig, they both are 18 round to top it off and have had no problems with the Mec-Gar magazines. Another note is that the pistol shot off of sandbags at 15 yards with a rock solid rest, shot consistently LEFT 2-3 inches and low. I used my MGW sight tool to correct it, but GEE, what do they do, just slide the rear sight in and eyeball it??? VERY DISSAPPOINTED IN SIG QUALITY OR LACK THEREOF!!!!! THIS IS NOT A BUD'S GUNS PROBLEM, THEY ARE GREAT......THIS IS A SIG PROBLEM ...more

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Jay L
Jay L
Jul 31, 2013

I wanted a Sig because ... it's a Sig. But I was disappointed with this purchase. It came with matching slide, barrel, and frame, all W. German. I had to send the gun back because after about 100 rounds, I noticed the barrel and slide had developed burrs where the slide and barrel were hitting on recoil. Sig took it back and paid shipping both ways. They replaced the barrel, but I could never really get it to shoot to a decent point of aim. (It seemed to want to shoot high, regardless of the sight picture.) Surprisingly, there are not a lot of aftermarket rear adjustable sights for this gun. The trigger was ok, but nothing special. As a combat gun, I am sure this is a good piece. But for range use, I'll take my Springfield 1911 9mm any day. ...more

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Tom K
Tom K
Jul 10, 2013

Item came in perfect condition. I couldn't believe that it was a preowned and have not had any issues with it about 1000 rounds into it. I did have one fail to feed where the ammo got jammed but it was my grip on it and it hasn't occurred since. Grip is thick so if you have smaller hands you may want to consider getting an E2 grip. I was hoping to get a random one that came with a rail, but its fine. I will most likely upgrade to night sights, but for now the stock sights are very accurate and don't need to be changed. The only thing I wish was that it came with an actual case not in the red cardboard box but still not a deal breaker by any means, ...more

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Christopher B
Christopher B
Mar 25, 2013

Will be a return customer

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Darin K
Darin K
Mar 02, 2013

Awesome gun, great price, what isn't to like? I got this for 579, quite a bit cheaper than a new p226. Mine didn't have a rail and the frame is from W. Germany, 1989 date. The slide is from a newer 226 and upon field stripping the gun I could see that some other small internal parts were brand new as well. It is pretty much exactly as described, a refurbished pretty much as new "old" p226. Worked out great for me because I like the looks of the older 226s better than the "rail" versions. Gun came in an old red Sig Sauer box that was pretty beat up and 2 magazines. Smooth transaction from buds as always. ...more

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Michael Z
Michael Z
Jan 09, 2013

Wow - a deal and a half. My non-rail, German-made recevier (and matched, serialized barrel) was made in 1989 according to the SN, but looks to be brand new. Shoots great, has new mags and stocks and maybe the slide as well (can't tell). Thanks to Buds for another great transaction. ...more

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