Yes, the Sig Sauer magazine will fit in the Taurus G2C because they are both 9mm pistols. The magazine release on the G2C is in a different location than on the Sig Sauer, so you will have to use the release on the G2C to release the magazine.
A Sig Sauer magazine will fit in a Taurus G2C, but it may not fit as snugly as a magazine designed specifically for the G2C. The Sig Sauer magazine may protrude from the bottom of the G2C grip, and the magazine release may not line up perfectly with the G2C’s frame. Nevertheless, the Sig Sauer magazine will function properly in the G2C.
Let’s read Some FAQs
1. Will a Sig Sauer magazine fit in a Taurus G2C?
There is no definitive answer, as it depends on the specific model and make of each gun. However, in general, a Sig Sauer magazine should fit in a Taurus G2C.
2. Which is better a SIG or Taurus?
In terms of hand-fit, those with smaller hand may prefer the SIG, as the Taurus, especially with an extended magazine, can create the feeling of being overstretched. In the end, I found both to be very capable handguns. Either would make a good concealed carry firearm. And holster options are plentiful.
3. What gun is similar to Taurus G2C?
n regard to the size both of these pistols are quite similar and the difference is not that significant. Although the Taurus G2C is a little bit heavier (with its 21.15oz weight) than the Glock 43X with its 18.7oz. But this is not a markant difference.
A Sig Sauer mag will not fit in a Taurus G2C. The G2C is a semi-automatic pistol that is chambered for 9mm Luger and uses double-stack magazines. The Sig Sauer P226 is a semi-automatic pistol that is chambered for 9mm Luger and uses single-stack magazines.
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