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An equinox is an astronomical event in which the plane of Earth's equator passes the center of the Sun, making night and day of approximately equal length all over the planet. The equinoxes are the only times when the solar terminator (the "edge" between night and day) is perpendicular to the equator. As a result, the northern and southern hemispheres are equally illuminated.
In other words, the equinoxes are the only times when the subsolar point is on the equator, meaning that the Sun is exactly overhead at a point on the equatorial line. Equinoxes occur twice a year, around 21 March and 23 September. The subsolar point crosses the equator moving northward at the March equinox and southward at the September equinox.
The equinoxes, along with solstices, are directly related to the seasons of the year. In the northern hemisphere, the vernal equinox (March) conventionally marks the beginning of spring in most cultures, and the autumnal equinox (September) marks the beginning of autumn. In the southern hemisphere, the vernal equinox occurs in September and the autumnal equinox in March.
^ United States Naval Observatory (2015-09-21). "Earth's Seasons: Equinoxes, Solstices, Perihelion, and Aphelion, 2000-2025". Retrieved 2015-12-09.
^ "Equinoxes". USNO Astronomical Information Center FAQ. Retrieved 4 September 2015.
The pistol is like new. I bought it second-hand but have never shot it, and I am not sure if this gun was ever shot or not. It looks brand new to me. This is no longer made anymore, so it is now becoming a rare item. It comes with a hard case and 2 10rd magazines.
FFL transfer will be done...
Submitted for your consideration, my wife's lightly used Equinox plus some accessories & ammo!
There are less than 500 rounds through the pistol, fiber optic front sight with tritium and tritium rear that are quite bright. I'm happy to take more pictures.
Along with the...
Both are in excellent condition with the original paperwork and boxes. Both models are at the very top end of the p938 line. These are micro carry 1911 pistols pistols in 9mm.
IMO - Best production line micro edc 1911 on the market, far superior to Kimber’s micro 1911 etc. Again that’s just IMO...
Sig Saur Custom Equinox P220/45ACP. Less than 100 rounds through it. This is a very fine gun in great condition.
This is a special edition Sig with nitron coated stainless steel slide. X-RAY 3 Day/Night Sights, Hogue classic contour SL G-10 wood grips, short reset trigger, and Sig Custom Shop...
This nice P938 comes with 3 holsters and 3 - 7 rounds mags ( 1 mag has no black plastic at bottom) and I'll include 50 rounds Federal JHP "Punch" 9mm ammo. I'm not the first owner but I fired less than 50 rounds.
Sig P938 from their custom Equinox line.
Two-tone polished slide with stainless controls
Custom black diamondwood grips
TRUGLO tritium fiber optic front sight; rear SIGLITE night sights
Supplied mags: (1) 6-rd and (2) 7-rd
Sig plastic case
Crimson Trace Laserguard red laser...
I have a Sig P238 Equinox I bought new. Less than 300 rounds through it. It is the only .380 I own and I am minimizing calibers. I am selling all my .380 ammo stash with it. There are 570 rounds of factory ammo and 550 rounds sold as components. I also have the 2nd magazine and not pictures to...
I have a Sig P938 concealed carry package up for sale/trade. Gun has less than 500 flawless rounds through it. I did carry this gun quite a bit, so there are a few small holster scuffs here and there. But as you can see from the pictures, it is in great condition.
Package comes with...
My wife intended for this to be her carry gun, but after she stole my P365 this just sits lonely and unused. Unmodified with maybe 350 rounds through it after being purchased about 2 years ago. Bright tritium & front sight is also fiber optic.
Comes with Pachmayr grip sleeve for smaller...
Loss of job forces sale of one of my babies. Siq. 45ACP Equinox with a 4.4" threaded barrel. $870 shipped. Beautiful pistol. I am the original owner and have shot less than 150 rounds though her. Comes with original case and the two original 10 round magazines and a cable lock. Night sights...
This for the boys that have been through this once or twice:
Have a SIG p229 Equinox .40 SW. Bought a barrel for .357 SIG. Both calibers print about 3-4" low at 25yds. It is my understanding that these sights are Truglo front, SIG rear (as supplied new). Front is marked, "T6-H3. I...
For sale is a like new, SIG Equinox from the SIG Custom Shop in .40 Caliber for
just 549.00! These normally sell for over 1,000.
Comes with factory installed Tru-Glo Tritium Sights to allow point of aim in daylight or nighttime conditions.
Transfer to be made at RW Loans and Pawn
For sale is my Sig Sauer P938 Equinox 9mm in great condition. It has about 500 rounds through it and comes with original case, 1 flush magazine, 2 extended magazines, Tru-Glow front sights, Sig rear night sights, kydex IWB holster, pocket holster, Hogue rubber grips, and Sig Sauer Lima red...
Full disclosure: this is not really my cup o' tea arena. My carry gun a-horseback is a Remington 1890.
Looking for honest knowledge/actual experience regarding this gun. SIG P229 Equinox, .40 Smith.
I have the Blue Book, so have the specs and "relative" values, etc. I note that it...