226 is a full-sized pistol chambered 9x19mm, .40S&W, .357SIG and .22LR Cartridges. It is essentially the same basic design of the 220 Pistol, but developed to use higher capacity, double stack magazine in place of the single stack magazine of the 220 pistol (220 pistol only available in .45ACP nowadays).
226 is designed for entry into the XM9 Service Pistol Trials (Also known as Joint Service Small Arms Program [JSSAP]), which held by the US Army in 1984 on behalf of the US Armed Force to find a replacement for the M1911 Pistol. Only the Itlaian 92F and 226 satisfactorily completed the trial and 226 lost the contract because of the higher package price than the 92F. However, the US Navy SEALs chose to adopt 226 and started using in the 1980s.
Metal Slide, Lower Frame and outer barrel are without marking.
Comes with 2-pcs recoil spring system.
Semi-Automatic Pistol with blow-back action.
Adjustable hop up system.
Comes with steel slide catch and decocking lever.
Comes with a hand grip with KJ Works Marking.
Included 26 rounds Gas Magazine.
Compatible with KP-01 E2 Gas magazine and the new E2 CO2 Magazine.
Barrel Length: 97mm
Shooting Mode: Safety, Semi-Auto
Weight (g): 940 (gun with magazine), 1140 (with box)
Gas: 8KG (134a), 12KG (Green Gas)
Magazine Capacity: 26 + 1 rds
Bullet type: 6mm BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity): 300 - 320 FPS (Green Gas, 0.2g BB)
Manufacturer: KJ Works