INTRODUCING: Quarter Circle 10 S226 Lower Receiver

Rachel Y
by Rachel Y

When you’re not a Glock or a Colt shooter – Quarter Circle 10 once again proves why they offer more PCC lower styles than anyone else on the market. In their most recent offering, QC10 introduces the S226 stripped lower receiver, engineered for use with Sig Sauer P226 magazines.

The S226 is engineered to accept Sig Sauer P226 magazines.

About the S226

Made from 7075-T6 aluminum, the newest billet lower in the QC10 family is compatible with Glock-style bolts and can accept any mil-spec buffer tube. According to the company, the proprietary parts (LRBHO, mag catch, ejector, etc) needed will be included with the QC10 S226 lower but will still require a standard mil-spec lower parts kit to complete.

The lowers are available in either stripped or as a receiver set. While the S226 will work with any mil-spec upper, for proper function with calibers other than 9MM, QC10 recommends pairing the S226 lower with an enlarged ejection-port upper, like the QC10 Pistol MUR.

MSRP on the stripped lower is $285 and is available for purchase and shipment to the FFL dealer of your choice now via the QC10 website.

The site does warn that California buyers to check with your transferring dealer before ordering. Many CA dealers are unable to process any more transfers before the end of the year.

The lowers are available in either stripped or as a receiver set.

Coming Soon

QC10 did say that they have a PCC lower engineered to work with M&P magazines in the works and are looking at a possible SHOT Show 2019 offering. More to come as information is available.

Press release content provided by Quarter Circle 10.

Rachel Y
Rachel Y

Rachel Young is a 4x Best Selling Author. She and her husband John co-own an FFL/SOT showroom and machine shop in Tennessee, specializing in ARs, AR parts, and AR accessories.

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  • Ensitue Ensitue on May 01, 2018

    No, Just NO

  • Tom Tom on May 03, 2018

    I just don't see a purpose for this, the largest reliable P226 mag is about 20 rounds unless you start spending over $100. If you buy expensive Open/Swat P226 mags, and expensive extenders you can get to ~27-28 rounds but you'll spend over $100 a mag. Not when you get reliable 33 rd glock mags for $30, or if you want to get crazy put Taccom's extension on it for 60 rounds and still only spend about $100.

    What the market needs is some .45/10mm options that have a real, reliable high capacity magazine option, not a "well just add a huge extension on a glock magazine" jokes. The first company to do that is going to make a lot of $.