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SIG Sauer P226 Pellet Pistol, Flat Dark Earth

Pellet firing replica of the famous Sig Sauer P226
  • Code: 226F-177-12G-16-FDE · .177 · 450 fps
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The Sig Sauer P226 has the reputation of being one of the most reliable handguns available today. It's legendary reliability has lead to its adoption by many members of law enforcement and military units worldwide, including the U.S. Navy SEAL teams. This air pistol replica features a metal slide and polymer frame,16 round magazine, and built in Picatinny rail mount.

SIG Sauer P226 CO2 Pistol Features
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Semiauto
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • 16rd rotary pellet magazine
  • Rifled barrel
  • Blowback
  • Metal frame and slide
  • Fixed front sight
  • Fixed rear sight
  • Metal construction
  • Picatinny accessory rail
  • Manual safety
  • Life-tested with 15-000 shots
  • Patented cam-operated CO2 piercing system
  • Includes 1 rotary mag
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  • ManufacturerSIG Sauer
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 450 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 2.35
  • Overall Length 8.25
  • Barrel Length 4.75
  • Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety 0
  • Front Sights Blade
  • Rear Sights Fixed
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By BradUSAJanuary 19, 2020

Like the realness of the pistol. Easy loading and unloading. Love the blowback action. I like the dark earth color of the gun. Pretty accurate.

By ChristopherUSADecember 19, 2018

Great overall pistol with a wonderful realistic feel and blowback. I use it as a training aid for the real thing so I can shoot in my basement and get the practice needed.

Realistic, blowback, reliable

Magazines are only 8 rounds rotary on each side causing lots of reloads

By GaryUSAJuly 22, 2018

I bought the Sig P226 FDE Pellet Pistol on 6/29/18. I'm disappointed in its performance. I haven't got to shoot it very much. But I've ONLY shot around 2 clips and and the first CO2 cart has already ran out and now the clip won't come out. Also the gun misfires quite a bit. It doesn't advance to the next pellet half the time. I'm going to get ahold of Airgun Depot customer service on Monday (7/23/18). I haven't decided if I want a refund or replacement. I might try to get a replacement but if the second one performs the same I'll want a refund.

Easy CO2 cartridge loading. Weight. Looks.

Uses CO2 very quickly. Misfires half the time. Clip gets stuck when CO2 runs low.

By glennsixtyoneApril 5, 2018

One problem right up front here,,,, the Daisy and Crosman CO2 cartridges are weak and dirty with soot that will foul up your air gun over time. Umarex is higher pressure and filtered to be cleaner. My money is spent on Umarex CO2s.

Accepts the Umarex CO2, no problem.

Should not be pairing an expensive pellet gun with cheap CO2s

By RyanUSAMarch 21, 2018

Realistic in weight and feel. Smooth action, too. Pellet clips can get stuck if the co2 cansister is low or finished, however.

Nice feel, smooth action

Fussy clip insertion/release at times

By MichaelUSAMarch 15, 2018

would not work from the start, shot 8 pellets than puff mag gets stuck in gun already ruined one trying to get it out. Never did like co2 but for the money thought this one would work NO!!!! just sitting here on my counter debating on sending it in or take the loss and dump it in the garbage where it belongs?



By Geoffrey r.February 26, 2018

Bought this gun more so for my wife so she can get the feeling of working a hand gun so later on step up to a real fire arm. And got two extra magazines for more trigger time.

Real world weight, real like working mechanism.

None so far!!!

By david a.October 13, 2017

I purchased this gun from my local sporting goods store and I find it to be the best one I have in my collection. It has the best grouping I've seen in a long time. Even with the RGB Dot scope my P25 blowback tactical isn't as accurate.

By JohnUSASeptember 19, 2017

Bought this for myself an love it very very accurate with Crosman destroyers

Perfect weight

By LadynightviperUSASeptember 3, 2017

Great for some fun shooting! Good blowback feel.

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Is there a special way to remove the CO2 cartridge when you need to change one?

asked Joe

Muzzle seems to have a thread protector on it. Anyone know the specs on that thread? Is it 14mm CCW?

asked James from USA

Do you need firearm permit to carry this weapon

asked Dot Craft

What is the thread pitch on the barrel?

asked David Henry

I’ve heard that the co2 does not last very long, and that the gun is inaccurate. Is this true or is it nothing to worry about.

asked Nicholas from USA

Is there a suppressor option for this pistol? What is the benefit of using co2 over green gas? Thanks

asked Oliver

What is the best, most accurate pellet for this pistol?

asked Michael from USA

I've purchased one of these pistols and agree that it's a great CO2 gun. The problem I've finding is trying to find a paddle holster that will fit. The first one wasn't designed for the accessory rail, and the second one I purchased that is an Ultimate Arms brand that is supposed to accommodate the accessory rail does not fit either. What holsters have others found that will fit this CO2 gun? Thanks in advance, Terry

asked Terry

Can you use this for dry-fire practice as well? Not sure if this will damage air pistols. I own powder burning but wanted something with blowback for some exercises.

asked Thomas

Ever have trouble closing the CO2 chamber after inserting a new CO2 cartridge? I've had my P226 for a week and have wasted 3 CO2 cartridges. After inserting the cartridge, It seemed I was having to place way too much pressure on the pistol grip "door" to close the CO2 chamber. Then, when I let up some for fear of breaking the grip, guess what happens - the CO2 leaks out like rocket thrust. In all three cases the CO2 was in the chamber and didn't fly off anywhere, but it definitely gets your attention. I should mention that I've been able to seat and close the chamber with three other CO2 cartridges, so I'm thinking I'm not seating it right; but there isn't much margin for error. Got any advice? Last thing: this weapon feels like the real thing. Love the weight and heft in the firing position.

asked Wayne
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