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Old 02-02-2020, 07:45 PM   #1
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P227 sas gen 2

Is there a video or instructions on how to replace the e2 grips on a sig p227 sas gen 2?
Mainly need to know the right way and orientation of the grip bushings/plates.
Do the plates go on top with lips facing down or from underneath with lips facing up?
Video or pics would be awesome!

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Old 02-02-2020, 07:51 PM   #2
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Inside with lips facing out. You will fell it drop into position, hold the bushing with your fingertip while you start screw with other hand. Make sure plate stays recessed in.the hole on the inside of grip until you get screw snug. The inner surface of the bushing will be flush with inner surface of grip frame.
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Love g10s on my P227 SAS! Enjoy
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Inside with lips facing out. You will fell it drop into position, hold the bushing with your fingertip while you start screw with other hand. Make sure plate stays recessed in.the hole on the inside of grip until you get screw snug. The inner surface of the bushing will be flush with inner surface of grip frame.
I just got it done! Thanks for the response
But there is a problem! The grip screws are too long and the magazine won't fit.
Is there shorter screws? Use oring or washer?

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Mine don't have washers, just very short screws.
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No washers with the P227.

Washers on the P220 and P225 (not P225-A1) only.
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Since I'm under the assumption that it uses the same diameter and pitch (M4-.7) screws as the P226/P229, the P229 .357/.40 uses the shortest threaded shank...
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