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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on March 26, 2012
i couldn't install it no matter how i much i tried, it seems to need a bit of grinding down or longer screws, im sending it to my gunsmith, i tried the suggestions in other reviews to tighten screws at the same time, still no luck pistol is a german sig p226 of course
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 21, 2012
As other reviewers have noted, this accessory doesn't even come close to fitting on the trigger guard of my Sig 228, which is one of the guns it is supposed to be designed to fit. How could they screw this up so badly?...apparently they machined the prototype from a rough sketch and didn't even bother to test it on an actual pistol before releasing it to market. Had to return mine.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on August 23, 2012
WORST COMPANY ON AMAZON DON'T WASTE YOU MONEY OR TIME THEY WILL SCREW YOU OVER AND THEN NEVER RETURN A SINGLE EMAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!
I Bought this for my sig p226 that it said it would fit and i had in installed correctly and exactly as the guide tells you too. I rechecked it to make sure it was in working order and was tight on the gun which it was.
Upon firing the first round this cheaply made rail adapter became a projectile and flew down the range with my surefire light on it. The light is busted now and the rail adapter is in MULTIPLE pieces. It broke at the hinge and became a dangerous projectile upon firing only one round.....
I have tried to explain this to their customer service people and they wont even return my emails, So now i am out not only a 75 dollar Surefire light, my money, The rail adapter, and my time. Talk about getting screwed....
DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS SELLER OR BUY THIER PRODUCTS ITS WORTH PAYING A LITTLE MORE IN ORDER TO NOT GET TAKEN ADANTAGE OF BY A COMPANY THAT DOESNT GIVE A SHIT ABOUT THIER CUSTOMERS, THEY WILL NOT RETURN YOUR EMAILS OR COMPENSATE YOU FOR THEIR FAULTY PRODUCTS....
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on June 4, 2012
Would be great if it fit my firearm like it says that it would. The screws are not long enough and the two little metal parts that connect to the front of the trigger guard don't sit flush.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 21, 2013
The model Sig pistol I had was an older model and to use the rail for a light or a laser I would have needed to purchase the Sig products made for that type rail at a much higher price. By purchasing the NcStar adapter rail it was now converted to a weaver type rail and now almost any accessory from various product lines could be fitted to the Sig pistol. Fantastic adapter at a bargain price.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 5, 2013
As others have noted - this ncstar chinese thing does NOT fit a P228. Why? Because they saved maybe 1/10 of 1 cent by providing screws that were 1 mm too SHORT. After OVER 30 MINUTES OF TRYING: There is NO WAY to screw both screws in at once. In fact I cannot screw in the lower screw at all. It is not long enough.

UPDATE - SOLUTION: I called the NCStar company at 1-866-627-8278 and spoke directly with a manager named Matt in the tech department. He mailed me 2 11mm longer screws that fit a P228 + 2 hex keys + 2 of the guard assembly which hold the rail to the P228. Problem is fixed now, although I did lose over 40 minutes of my time. I suggested that in the future they include BOTH set of screws in each package and he agreed. At least they did the right thing.

Based on this and the very professional demeanor of this manager Matt, I increased my rating to 4 stars, v. the previous 1 star. Matt is a smart and Customer oriented guy who this company is fortunate to have working there at NCStar!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2013
Got it in the mail, and went to put it on my West German P220. Tried it, but wasn't going on. Whipped out the handy ruler and did some measurements. The trigger guard is just way to large (width-wise) to fit. Will scratch your frame if you don't notice immediately that it doesn't fit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 16, 2013
Rail will fit but screws not long enough. electric tape to keep from marring. Off to the hardware store... BTW Original German 226 old school.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2011
Looks really good out of the box but doesn't fit quite right when I tried to install. I had to do little filing on the wedge of the tail end where it fits on the guard for the clamp to work. DO NOT TRY TO FORCE THE CLAMP ON or you will shred the thread, the clamp will not flex to accomodate the wedge. Once fitted though, it is pretty sturdy, even hooked up my rifle tac light and still stable.
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on January 3, 2015
I bought this rail to add to my Sig 229. I wanted a rail to add a light. This is my home defense weapon. I do not carry it nor am I military. That being said I am confident that this rail more than suits my needs. It fit my 229 perfectly. I have the model with the rounded front trigger guard. I could see it not fitting the straight trigger guard well. This rail is all aluminum construction. Very light and nicely machined. The only mod I made was changing out the two set screws that it came with. They weren't long enough to fully thread and completely secure the rail to the weapon. However, a quick trip to my local hardware store and I was able to get the exact screw just slightly longer. This worked out perfectly. I used a little loctite and was good to go. If I didn't choose the longer screws, this install would have taken five minutes. The rail protrudes about a half inch in front of the chassis of the 229. Not a big deal and actually matched perfectly with the Hilight I picked. Even with the light on the weapon ths adds barely any weight at all.
I have yet to shoot with the rail on but I don't think it will be any kind of issue. With the new screws and loctite I doubt it will come loose.
I recommend this to anyone with a 229 that isn't going to war or on duty. It is priced right and good to go.
Enjoy!
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