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Battlefield 4 P226


Battlefield 4 P226Battlefield 4 P226 (or SIG Sauer P226) is an unlockable pistol featured in multiplayer. The P226 in Battlefield 4 can be unlocked and used by any class and faction in the game. It’s comparable to other 9mm pistols, such as the Glock 17. The SIG Sauer P226 has been in service around the world for decades, and is popular with police and special forces units. The Battlefield 4 P226 can be equipped with silencers, laser sights, and even different barrel types. Those are individually unlocked for the weapon. The P226 is featured in the series for the very first time in Battlefield 4.

Battlefield 4 P226 stats

The P226 in Battlefield 4 is similar to the Glock 17 when it comes to firepower and damage, although the G17 has a larger magazine. The P226 does well at close range, where it deals up to 25 damage per hit (to the chest). The damage drops off to 14 after a short range, though.

  • Min Damage: 14
  • Max Damage: 25
  • Ammo capacity: 13 rounds
  • Firing rate: 400 RPM
  • Reload time: 1.5 seconds
  • Bullet velocity: 370 m/s
  • Ammunition: 9mm

Battlefield 4 P226 screenshots

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Battlefield 4 P226 in real life
Real life Battlefield 4 P226

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  1. John Paul Hare
    September 23rd, 2013 at 7:17 am

    This is the first that I’ve seen the Navy SEALs’ sidearm of choice featured in a video game. I applaud DICE on this count for choosing to include SIG Sauer’s excellent P226 model. It is a wonderful weapon, offering high quality and a good combination of stopping power and easy-to-handle recoil.

    • John Hague
      October 29th, 2013 at 11:22 pm

      While i applaud you passion for the P226 this is not the 1st time its been in a game i if featured in MoA Warfighter / State of Decay (hard to find)/
      Resident evil 5 and thats just the ones i can recall (on xbox 360). I am super stoked to see the P226 my favorite sidearm in a game like BF along side my fravert Multipurpose weapon the FN P90. My Loadout – FN P90 / Sig P226 / Flashbangs / C4. subject to change except for the P226 and P90.

  2. ed
    October 3rd, 2013 at 10:16 am

    Finally! The P226! A real man’s gun, and NOTHING like those disgusting plastic glocks!

    • Epichambonewin
      March 27th, 2014 at 1:44 pm

      You forgot to comment on the beretta m9 and the colt m1911. They are both made of metal instead of plastic too.

  3. DS
    November 16th, 2013 at 9:50 am

    Nice. I only wish that it was chambered in .40 like it’s supposed to be. I don’t of any agency who uses the 226 in 9 mil.

    • Michael
      November 23rd, 2013 at 9:56 am

      It was originally made in 9mm. It is a double stack 9mm version of the Sig p220.
      As for agencies that use it… Not an agency, but how about the U.S. Navy SEALs?

    • snipeboy22
      February 25th, 2014 at 12:29 pm

      Actually the usp uses .45 acp chambered rounds. Check the mag size and range on that ‘beastly motherfuc**’ and then say that. It’s a shit gun compared to the p226. Which is used by the: sas, sbs and navy seals.

      • Epichambonewin
        April 16th, 2014 at 7:54 pm

        In what ways? The usp has a larger round than the p226’s standard 9mm (about 85-100 grains larger) so it has more stopping power and creates a larger hole in what it hits. Along with that, 12 rounds is a pretty good for a .45 acp gun (the normal I believe is 7-8) rounds. The only real advantage I can think of for the p226 is a 15 round mag if in 9mm, and less recoil. And yes, I’m aware you can get the p226 in .40, .45, and .357 sig. But it has more rounds than the .45 p226 (12 to 8), and the .40 and .357 sig is 12 (the usp holds 12 of .45 acp, which is larger than both).

        • Michael Dentel
          April 18th, 2014 at 8:33 pm

          Allow me to correct you both. First, grain does not measure the size of a round, casing, or bullet, it measures powder/ primer content. Second, there is close to no difference in the amount of damage done by 9mm, .38S, .40 cal, and .45 ACP. Third, both handguns accept a wide range of magazines with differing capacities. To say that one magazine fed firearm holds a certain ammo capacity is a complete fallacy, because it reality both handguns can be breach loaded, making the magazine capacity one round.
          Know what you’re saying before you say it.

          • Damager7.62NATO
            May 7th, 2015 at 3:54 pm

            Grain is a measure of the slug’s weight, not the propellant.

        • Epichambonewin
          April 24th, 2014 at 2:14 pm

          The grain of the bullet thing aside (btw thanks for correcting me on that) I know what I’m saying. First, have you ever seen the size of a .45 apc bullet compared to a 9mm, because it is larger, so don’t say the 9mm does just as much of a damage to something as the .45 apc. Second, I’m aware the usp comes in more than just .45 apc, I was just using the .45 apc version because that’s the type of bullet the commenter I originally replied to used. Third, the standard magazine the .45 apc usp uses is 12 rounds, which is large in comparison to, per say, the m1911 with its standard magazine size of 7-8 rounds. Fourth, I wasn’t talking about the gun being breach loaded, just it’s normal magazine size.

        • bigx5murf
          May 9th, 2014 at 3:36 pm

          He’s right though, when it comes to modern hollow points. The difference between a 45acp and a 9mm luger is negligible. Search youtube for ballistic gel tests between the two. If we’re talking FMJ though, the larger projectile will definitely have better penetration.

  4. Jay
    November 27th, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    So happy to see the SIG in this game, I can tell that this and the M1911 are going to be my favourite sidearms.

    January 2nd, 2014 at 2:57 am

    sorry .45 acp

  6. $-(c.c.)-$
    July 16th, 2014 at 10:43 pm

    I cant beleve they finaly give u a good gun at the begining 🙂

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