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WTS/WTT OR SIG P229 .40 non-rail

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by dietrich, Apr 28, 2015.

  1. dietrich

    dietrich Portland Active Member

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    I have a non-rail Sig P229 .40 cal, 2 12rd mags, 4 10rd mags, original box and papers.

    I also have 40 ammo if you want it cheap with it.

    $550

    Trades:
    Only trades I am interested in is a Sig P320, HK VP9, or Walther PPQ.


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  2. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    Date Code? Approximate Rounds fired? More pictures?
     
  3. dietrich

    dietrich Portland Active Member

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    Date code is AB, for 229's I believe that puts it at 1993.

    I have fired 100 rounds, previous original owner said he estimated about 6-700 rounds total.
     
  4. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    Thanks. Grip panels should be dated but they could be 92's on a 93. I see it's missing a Grip Screw. Is the Slide original finish? Almost looks like it has been refinished.
     
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    dietrich Portland Active Member

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    Oops, looks like I forgot a screw when I cleaned it last.

    The finish I am not sure, not a sig expert. It does have what appears to be a little holster wear on the front end of the slide, I'll post more photo's tonight.
     
  6. All2kool

    All2kool Portland, OR Active Member

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    Comparing an enlarged photo to that of a known original finish P229 of that same era, I thinks it's a foregone conclusion that the Slide has been refinished. You can also determine with the 'finger test' - if you feel a difference in texture from the Frame to the Slide, it's been redone.

    I was making inquiries for my active duty USAF son, who has been looking for a original condition TSN P229 for his collection.
     
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    dietrich Portland Active Member

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    Ah ok, I had no idea. My father-in-law has one from 92 or 93 I think. I know for sure he never had it refinished. He's been thinking about selling it to buy a p227.

    He would want a bit more than $550 for his.
     
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