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Old 02-06-2015, 04:12 AM   #16
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I'm getting these when I pick up my 227 sas today.
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Old 02-06-2015, 04:55 AM   #17
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What grips are those?
These are the Hogue G-10 black checkered.

http://www.hogueinc.com/store/produc...id-black/18696

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I believe Hogue inserted the wrong picture on this page you have linked. These are not Piranha's but rather the Checkered. There is a considerable difference between the two, I prefer Piranha's but many prefer the Checkered.

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Old 02-06-2015, 05:00 AM   #18
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I'm getting these when I pick up my 227 sas today.
Enjoy! I'm betting you will!
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Anyone have eyes on a set of woodies for the P227?

This is the one thing making me lean toward the P220 in my SIG .45ACP javraimond search. I would prefer some fairly thick, very smooth ones like the Hogue set I have on my P229 (Which I adore), but a LIGHT checkering will do.

Or...is a set of P226 grips, after a bit of shaving and persuasion,
up for the task (SHUDDER)? I know the mag wells are quite different. But, even if I wasn't privy to that, I happen to be in on the secret that a .45ACP round is indeed larger than any of its P226-chambered counterparts. If I'm daring enough to try and hack/scrape/abrade a nice set of Hogue woodies, do we think it's doable, as far as fitting them to the P227 (Yes, with the threaded bushings.)?

Worst case scenario, I would ruin a pair of grips. Anyone think it's doable? Not doable?
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I don't think it is doable given the wider grip frame size of the P227 compared to the P226s.
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227.....complete!

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Sorry for resurrecting an old thread but since everyone has had more time with the Hogue replacement grips, want to be sure all is OK before I buy a 227 and add a pair. Do they stay secure with the bushings? No issues with mags hitting the bushings?
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Sorry for resurrecting an old thread but since everyone has had more time with the Hogue replacement grips, want to be sure all is OK before I buy a 227 and add a pair. Do they stay secure with the bushings? No issues with mags hitting the bushings?
Gee thanks!!!!

I was trying to avoid thinking about replacing mine right now. I have an SAS and the post above yours looks sharp! Im torn between those and the all black pirahannas.
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I went with the all black Piranhas. They feel great and give it the more classic appearance than the sandpaper E2 grips.


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I dont mind the feel of the E2 and i think the tend to look better on the SAS versions. No arguing the hogues are nice. Love them on the 226 extreme.
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I don't like the looks of the available Hogues, so I'm waiting too.
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Variety and choice is the great thing about this Signess. I'm a huge Piranha fan, but found the E2s on my 227 SAS to be just perfect for me. And, it's my first set of E2s, so why not?
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My P227 SAS Gen 2 has become my all-time favorite SIG and I carry it almost everyday now (IW with the E2 grips which I like fine just like the one that came with my P226.

I now have about 700 absolutely flawless rounds fired thru the 227 and it is remarkably accurate. When working I am loading Speer Gold Dot .45 ACP and it likes those just fine.
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Sig factory G10 grips for p227

To once again resurrect the thread: I see Sig-branded G10 grips are available in the Sig online store. Anyone know how different, if at all, they are from the Hogue ones?
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