View Full Version : What's a good price for this SIG P226?

02-26-2010, 11:12 AM
Hello Everyone,

I have a SIG P226 9mm that I MIGHT sell. What do you think would be a good sell price for this package?

-Excellent condition SIG P226 9mm (only 400 rounds fired)
-SIG factory nightsights
-Slide & Controls finished in CCR's durable "House Black"
-Mirror polished (looks chromed) barrel & stainless steel guide rod by Customized Creationz
-1 SIG factory 10 rd. magazine
-Gunmate pistol rug (black)

See pics. Thanks!

02-26-2010, 11:43 AM

What is the date code under the slide chin?

02-26-2010, 11:54 AM
It's a milled slide model. No date code. I believe it was made around 2003.

02-26-2010, 12:07 PM
Oh, right, I should have seen that from the right-side picture.

Are you the original owner?

02-26-2010, 12:56 PM
Yes Sir!

02-26-2010, 1:02 PM
go on gunbroker to get an average selling price of a stock used p226, then go from there on how much more you want to add from that with the few custom upgrades. and there would be your starting price.

if your price is good, then it should be picked up fairly quick, if the price is high, well most likely the gun would sit for a while, and that is when you know to start dropping price.

02-26-2010, 4:02 PM
CRAP! Been looking for a good condition P226 for weeks and settled on one last night. I would have like to move on yours instead. PLEASE let me know what you plan to do.

Also- Please check your PM box. Thanks.

02-26-2010, 5:20 PM
i see some p226 that ranges from $650 to $900. depending how many rounds, how old, and model....stainless steel, SAS , blackwater, navy etc...

from the pictures i say $ 650 and i will get it LOL......keep it instead, but PM me if you are selling it and your price. Goodluck.

02-27-2010, 5:19 PM
Keep it.
You will regret selling it down the road.
Probably won’t recover much of your price for the polished barrel and blacken controls.
Most people go the other way on the controls and get Nickel levers that look really good on the all black platform.
What really makes it a keeper is it seems to be made a while ago when SIG’s quality was better and that there is no rail on the front dust cover.
True SIG enthusiasts prefer all German SIGs and ones with no rails second.

Again Keep It.

02-28-2010, 8:17 AM
$600 +/- for a private party transfer. The CPO market has dried up, but they can be had for the $525-$550 range when available. A carbon steel slide (West German) version in very good condition recently went for $575 on this forum and that price seemed about right. Also try Sigforum for prices.