SIG Sauer P226 Review Finds Accuracy, Reliability

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SIG Sauer P226 Review

SIG Sauer P226 Review

Pat’s product review at SurvivalBlog offers a SIG Sauer P226 review that would make the handgun maker proud.  The blogger, a proud gun owner and experienced shooter, bought his first SIG pistol back in the 1980s when he was a Federal Firearms License (FFL) dealer.

Today, most SIG pistol and long guns are Made in the USA. Some marksmen complain that the gun manufacturer has begun to use polymer frames instead of metal. Pat notes this, of course, but is more interested in the handgun’s accuracy and reliability.

For shooters and plinkers who are in the market high-quality handgun, our own SIG Sauer P226 review is another good place to learn about SIG pistols.

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About the Author:

Christopher "Patches" Norton is a Retired 20 year United States Air Force Master Sergeant. Chris also served 5.5 years as the Lead Loadmaster on the Super Guppy Transport at NASA Johnson Space Center. Chris was Disability Retired from NASA in 2012 following an injury on a Super Guppy mission. As a Veteran, Chris turned to the Veterans Administration medical system for assistance and this is where this story really begins. What Chris seen at the Houston, TX VA Hospital left him with an urgent feeling and need to give back. But just as the Bible says, it's better to teach a man to fish than give him one. Chris searched and found the Empower Network and saw how he could bring help to 100's, 1000's and even tens of 1,000's in a powerful way. Although all of us have different challenges, Chris saw believes the Empower Network WILL work for anyone... and CLICKING RIGHT HERE is how it starts!!!

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