- WE-Tech P226 MK25 GBB - Tan - Full Metal
- Full metal construction with polymer grips
- Semi Automatic Gas Blowback function
- Integrated Picatinny Rail
- Functioning decocking lever
- Realistic Field Strip
- Weight: 870 gr
- Length: 194 mm
- Barrel length: 90 mm
- Magazine capacity: 24 rounds
- Dark Earth finish
The WE P226 is a very realistic model of the iconic SIG Sauer P226 pistol used by various Military and LE agencies but made famous by the US Navy SEALs and the British SAS. The MK25 model in particular is the version used by the SEALs as it is the designation given by the US NAVY.
The overall built quality is exceptional with a very realistic feeling and weight to it.
The pistol is entirely made out of metal except the ABS grips. The grips are textured and offer a very sturdy handling.
Both sights are removable and bear white dots that makes shooting in low light conditions more accurate, easier and faster.
The frame offers an underbarrel Picatinny rail that allows attachment of any 20mm accessory, such as lasers and lights.
Its blowback feature is strong and crisp. The functioning decocker lever is located forward of the slide lock. It allows you to carry the pistol with a BB in the chamber with the hammer down, in single action mode.
The Hop-Up Thumb Dial is located inside the pistol (removing the slide is required). Depending on the gas and the temperature, the pistol shoots around 320 FPS. The adjustable Hop Up and its power result to a superior performance.
The disassembly procedure is really close to the real steel and offers extreme realism.
Its metal magazine holds 24 BBs and due to its massive volume can hold enough gas to shoot more than 35 BBs.
The SIG P226 is a full-sized, service-type pistol made by SIG Sauer. It is chambered for the 9?19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .357 SIG, and .22 Long Rifle. It is essentially the same basic design of the SIG P220, but developed to use higher capacity, staggered-column magazines in place of the single-column magazines of the P220. The SIG Sauer P226 and its variants are in service with numerous law enforcement and military organizations worldwide.