Earlier this month I bought a new 9mm P226 TacOps.
I wanted it for main use as a HD gun.
Two ranges sessions thus far and I'm really, really, really liking the gun !!!
It's been my first DA/SA in several years and it's the very first SRT trigger I've used. I really like the SRT. It is super.
I liked this gun so much that I wanted to get another for carry use. I found what I was looking for from an online dealer that I've used a fair amount in the past. I bought the gun and it arrived at my FFL yesterday.
It looks great and has the features I wanted for a ccw P226....well, almost al the features.
It was advertised by them as being SRT equipped, however, it is not. I discovered this after getting home and dry firing the gun. I've sent them an email and am waiting on a response.
I like the gun and would like to get some range time with it this weekend, however I know the trigger isn't going to be agreeable. I want it set up with the same feel as my TacOps.
So.....how difficult is the SRT to install by a first timer ?
How would you handle this situation ?
Crazy timing.....I posted this thread and then just moments later I'm in contact with the dealer I bought the gun from. They were extremely friendly and said they were working on my case now. She said that she'd already been in touch with Sig and was contacting TALO since it was a special exclusive model offered by them. She checked around and saw that all the new listings for this gun from other dealers also listed this edition as having the SRT, yet it does not come with it. I checked my box label and sure enough the SRT isn't listed among the features.
I was headed to the range in an hour or so but was advised to hold off on shooting the gun and let her get some more footwork done on her end.
Extremely friendly and really have me a good confidence that this will be resolved.
I'm not sure the rules of the forum so I'll hold off on saying who the dealer is until I know if it's okay to mention such.
The gun, though, is listed in many places as the Sig P226 TALO Edition Classic Carry model: SRT, Sig night sights, G10 grips, three 15-round magazines and no rail.
I'll update as I learn more. In the meantime, I'm off to the range to shoot that sweet TacOps and a couple other guns.