Back in the day, I had a guy in my platoon called "Short Round". With an M 79 and Kentucky windage he could put a round in the back pocket of a man running away. Maybe a little stretch but he was good.Well, the 40MM is a little difficult to conceal but, it can be pretty handy in **** mode! I have a special place in my heart for the Mark 19 chambered in 40MM.
Have you purchased a 357 SIG barrel for your P226? I am very curious what SIG CS meant as the 357 SIG and 40 S&W P226 barrels have identical external dimensions. I have done considerable research on the interchangeability of the P226 barrels and have found no issues, even with German frames, swapping barrels, especially between 40 and 357 SIG.Thought I'd furnish update. Called Sig. My DAK (frame made in Germany) won't take the .357 barrel. Not the barrel, but the "block" in the frame is "different" and the block is the reason for the non fit. Just furnishing for info.