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|04-08-2012, 05:16 AM||#1|
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Sig P226 MK25 Official Navy Seals Version
I've been on the hunt for the new P226 MK25... then I came across this thread:
Sig p226 MK25 Navy Seals: First Impression! - Calguns.net
Can someone with a MK25 please post their findings?
|04-08-2012, 02:59 PM||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: south jersey
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i have an mk25...bought it 2/23/12..with a 1/16/12 date on box....along with a .40 xchange kit ...took it home and totally stripped it down....mine looked as a new sig should...nothing like the ones pictured in your link....typically waaayy over oiled but im ok with that...
i cleaned it all up reoiled and greased as i do...have run in excess of 700 rounds (9mm/.40 combined) through it and have had 0 problems its fuctioned flawlessly as my other sigs have ..no fte..no ftf...no fail to lock slide back when last round fired...no light primer strikes...no hammer not staying cocked in single action after firing with it thus far in stock form or with the .40 kit as alot of posts are claiming...
the one thing i am struggling with on it is accuracy in both 9mm or .40 ....ive tried several types of ammo and grains ....i have another 226 and a 229 in .40as well as a glock 23(229 size in .40) and its tight groups out to 25 yrds...im kind of ruling out shooter error being im not having an issue with the other sigs...and its not a sight issue as the rounds are all over the place...ive benched it and same result...talked to the dealer i bought it from they said "shoot it more...just needs to be broken in"...umm ok well the other 2 sigs didnt or the glocks..or any long guns ive owned ....ive never thought of a firearm needing break in to be accurate...but ill put a nother couple hundred through it and call sig direct if not better....a little nervous though based on the negative experiences ive read about recently with sig cs
|04-10-2012, 03:55 AM||#3|
No problems with 4 new bought in the last year and Navy has been perfect to. Sigs are very well made and reliable. I am pleased with all my new Exeter made Sig Sauers . %100 reliable and steller made perfromance Fit% Finish Sigs of today are the best made ever. Better Nitron finish,stronger one piece milled stainless slides and more reliable external extracter. Alot of improvements and worth every penny spent.Don,t believe the older is better nonsense.
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|04-10-2012, 05:20 AM||#4|
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With regard to his first issue/non-issue, FNH springs look the same way on new guns out of the box and it is an antioxidant that they put on them that is actually orange and looks just like rust. So maybe Sig was testing out something like that? I simply do not believe that a gun assembled less than a month before had a spring in it that had rust on it like that. I just don't buy it.
|04-11-2012, 03:27 PM||#5|
We hear this all the time from people who don,t want to buy a Sig,HK,Kimber,Glock . They don,t make them good,or the older is better,or the new ones are troublesome. In most cases its by those who don,t want to belly up and pay for a premium top grade reliable well made firearm. We don,t buy into belly aching gossip.
|04-24-2012, 05:23 AM||#6|
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Took new MK25, wiped down exterior and went to range. No cleaning, no oiling, no nothing, if it doesn't work out of the box, its gone.
Win 115 gr USA, one failure to lock open onlast round. Gold Dot 124 +P no problems. Switched to Win 124 NATO, no problems. Win 115 USA, not enough recoil for proper functioning. Gun is shooting 100% as of this date And a few hundred rounds.
Nice Sig but am used to P229's 40 so will have to get kit for 40 cal conversion.
Didn't know one could do that on a MK25?-Dick
Last edited by budrichard; 04-24-2012 at 05:26 AM.
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