Sig Classic Pistol Recoil Spring Color Guide
About the Sig Classic Recoil Spring
When working on Sig Classic Pistols it is important to have the appropriate recoil spring. This table will guide you to the correct spring for the pistol that you are working on.
Most of the Recoil Springs for this line of pistol are color coated so that they can be identified. However, what happens when you need to replace them and the color has worn off over the years? The Sig Classic Pistol Recoil Spring Color Table below will help you find the correct replacement for your pistol.
Replacement schedule of your Sig Classic Recoil Spring
Sig Sauer recommends that the Recoil Spring should be replaced after 5,000 rounds (see our Sig Classic Pistol Preventative Maintenance Guide) and a symptom of a weak or broken spring could be when your slide does not close completely. But before replacing the spring check out our Sig Classic Pistol Trouble Shooting Guide.
Sig Classic Recoil Spring Color Table
Sig Classic Recoil Spring Color Guide
|Pistol Model||Caliber||Spring Type and Color Code||Part Number|
|P220||45 ACP||Green Coil Spring||RSS-220-2264|
|P220 EU||45 ACP||Plain Single Strand Coil Spring||467390B|
|P220 Carry or Compact||45 ACP||Red Recoil Spring||RSS-220CR3|
|P225||9 mm||Plain Coil Spring||RSS-228|
|P226||9 mm||Orange Coil Spring||RSS-2269|
|P226||40 S&W||Green Coil Spring||RSS-220-2264|
|P226||357 Sig||Green Coil Spring||RSS-220-2264|
|P228||9 mm||Plain Coil Spring||RSS-228|
|P229||9 mm||White Coil Spring||RSS-2299|
|P229||40 S&W||Blue Coil Spring||RSS-2294|
|P229||357 Sig||Blue Coil Spring||RSS-2294|
|P239||9 mm||Silver Flat Spring||RSS-2399|
|P239||40 S&W||Blue Flat Spring||RSS-2394|
|P239||357 Sig||Blue Flat Spring||RSS-2394|