Sig Sauer P226 MK25 – 9MM


The SIG SAUER P226 is the pistol that sets the standard by which all other combat handguns are measured. The exceptional ergonomics and balance make this full-size pistol easy to handle. Its longer barrel yields better ballistic performance and accuracy. The P226 MK25 is identical to the pistol carried by the U.S. Navy SEALs, the fleet’s special warfare operators. The railed P226 chambered in 9mm and engraved with an anchor on the left side of the slide is the official sidearm of the SEALs.


sig sauer p226 mk25 california Once reserved only for an elite few, the MK25 delivers the advanced features that made the P226 the official sidearm of the U.S. Navy SEALs. Though the MK25 has obvious collector appeal, it’s a purebred performance pistol designed for professional combatants.

What makes the MK25 different from the other P226 models?

Anchor Engraving, UID Label
The anchor engraving and UID label designate the MK25 as the official sidearm of the Navy SEALs.

Corrosion Resistant Internal Coating
Internal parts and controls are finished for extreme corrosion resistance and reduced friction.

Notable Features Include:

  • 4.4″ barrel
  • Full-size grip and slide
  • SIGLITE night sights
  • DA/SA w/ decocker
  • 1913 Picatinny accessory rail
  • Anchor engraving
  • UID label
  • Corrosion resistant internals

What’s In The Box?

  • (3) 15 rd steel magazines
  • Sig hard case
  • Cable lock
  • Owners Manual

sig sauer p226 mk25 california  They’re everywhere. My local guns store (San Antonio’s Academy) stocks P226 aplenty. Internet-oriented buyers can mouse click a P226 to their local FFL via Bud’s Gun Shop and CheaperThanDirt. In fact, the sexy Sigs made the top 20 list for the best selling guns

Price has a lot to do with it. The Sig Sauer P226—my favorite handgun of all time—costs nearasdammit $800. The smaller, lighter Sig Sauer P226 clocks in around $400 to $430 retail. That’s cheaper than its big brother and Gaston Glock’s ever popular nine. So is the a Sig lite? Well . . .

The P226 may look a tad different than the P226 on the outside, but it bears a striking resemblance on the inside. The guns’ functions are identical, both in terms of trigger pull feel and the single action/double action mechanics. The grip shape is close enough for rock and roll. The P226’s slide’s general design and extractor echo classic Sig cues. But there are some distinct differences . . .

The first thing Sig  usually notice: the grip. It’s made of plastic. While the P226’s polymer handle may not be as strong as steel who’s gonna break it? You? The P226’s significantly lighter than the P226 (a.k.a., ballistic boat anchor); suitable for everyday carry. The younger sib’s improved texture also makes it a lot more grippy.

The p226 “chassis” is made of steel. The actual bits that move along the rails of the slide and keep the gun running are also metal, set into the grip. The p226 doesn’t have full-length rails like the P226, but again, do you need that level of build quality for non-special ops? And if you do, pay up. Meanwhile . . .


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