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Does the full size 227 use the same grip screws as the 226? 220? I need the screws and bushings (P227)and where to find them.
 
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No....take a look

....P226 screws have deeper head and deeper threads, and, I think, a slightly larger diameter.

P226 on the right, P227 on the left.

You must also get the small grip screw bushings on the right with the little lip around the edge. These fit into the slots on the P227 frame.

It took me a couple of tries for Sig to get the right ones to me...the larger
no-lip bushings kept showing up....not even sure what those go to....but I have plenty of them now.

You might also try Midwest Gun Works.

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The Hogue G10 grips for the P227 come with the screws and bushings. It doesn't appear that Hogue sells the screws and bushings separately though.

The P226 screws from Hogue work, if you can find a source for the bushings.
 

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Question is, how did you get the P227 grip (not the E2) without the screws and bushings? The grips are sold from SIG and Hogue always with the screws and bushings.
 

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Of the ones I have the 227's are .030 longer but otherwise the same. When I first got grips for one of my 227's I stripped out one of the screws so I called Sig and they sent me 4 extra sets of screw and bushings for free.
 

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This all started for me when....

...somebody mentioned CDNN had P227 G-10 grips for under $30...without the screws and bushings. (They still have the grips in stock).

And there's another thread here on the forum about cutting them down to fit if you don't want the magwell style. (It's easy to do.)

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It took me a couple of tries for Sig to get the right ones to me...the larger
no-lip bushings kept showing up....not even sure what those go to....but I have plenty of them now.
I believe that the larger no-lip bushings are for the P224/229C. Those models use the same design concept for grip mounting as the P227, but different parts. And, no, I have no idea why they are different.
 

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I also ordered the G10 grips from CDNN. I knew they wouldn't ship with screws or bushings. I called SIG but I did not get a knowledgeable cs rep. I won't go into the painful phone conversation but I ended up ending the call without an order. I called Chris Opila and ordered a set. The grips came in yesterday. I'm guessing the screws and bushings will come in today.
 

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I ordered the grips from CDNN, as well. $24, but no grip screws or bushings included. Thanks for the info folks.
 

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I would recommend that you get the bushings that are specific to the P227. They are made a little different. The P224s will work but the P227s are a bit "meatier" and fit flush into the recesses in the P227's grip frame.

I bought mine from Chris Opila at Opila Arms P.O. BOX 43. Merrimack, NH 03054-0043, [email protected].

Great guy.

I have attached pics to show the differences.

The first pic with one bushing and one screw is the P224 grip screw bushing.
The second picture of four bushings are the P227 bushings. You can see how they have a "step" in their shape that allows them to recess and create a flush surface inside the grip frame. They also come in the P227 Parts Kit if you want too get that from him for a little more.
 

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I would recommend that you get the bushings that are specific to the P227. They are made a little different. The P224s will work but the P227s are a bit "meatier" and fit flush into the recesses in the P227's grip frame.

I bought mine from Chris Opila at Opila Arms P.O. BOX 43. Merrimack, NH 03054-0043, [email protected].

Great guy.

I have attached pics to show the differences.

The first pic with one bushing and one screw is the P224 grip screw bushing.
The second picture of four bushings are the P227 bushings. You can see how they have a "step" in their shape that allows them to recess and create a flush surface inside the grip frame. They also come in the P227 Parts Kit if you want too get that from him for a little more.
I just sent Chris an email inquiring about the hardware. I can only assume no matter what, between the cost of the hardware and the G10 grips from CDNN it still has to be way cheaper than buying from Hogue & Sig Sauer.
 

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I just sent Chris an email inquiring about the hardware. I can only assume no matter what, between the cost of the hardware and the G10 grips from CDNN it still has to be way cheaper than buying from Hogue & Sig Sauer.
This is true! The deal on CDNN is a steal. I had to check model numbers and do a comparison of pics just to make sure I was looking at the right grips. Too good to be true? Not this time. Outsourcing the bushings took a little bit of forum reading. I'm hoping my bushings come in the mail today. I'd really like to check out the new grips this weekend.
 

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My bushings and screws just came in from Chris Opila! They are the correct ones for the P227 and not the flat/fat gray ones for the P224. TacOps grip is now on my Tactical. Feels so much better in my hand than the E2! I'm going to keep the length on mine. It wouldn't be a bad idea to buy another set and shave those down but I like my 14 round magazines (I know I'm one of the few lucky ones). This is a recreational firearm and home defense. I have plenty of EDC's.
 
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