Here is one of the best buys on the used gun market in the US nowadays, a well maintained West German Police sidearm in Very Good condition. It comes in an original factory issue blue box with an extra magazine. The principal difference between the P6 and the US marketed P225 is the slotted-spur commander style hammer. Everything else is the same. This P6 is traditional double action; long smooth double action pull on the first shot, and classic crisp Sig-Sauer single action pull from the cocked position. As the photos show, this Sig has Century Arms’s import stamp on the left side of the frame, and the date of manufacture on the forward right side of the slide. Surface detractions only amount to normal duty holster contact wear, with some moderate scuffing on the right grip panel. Magazine floorplates show some contact wear, but the magazine bodies have strong original finish. We rate this one as Very Good with original finish remaining at about 85 percent. Photos, however, should suffice for prospective owners to judge finish grade for themselves. This pistol is excellent mechanically. Firing evidence is only moderate as the photo of the barrel surface shows where the slide bushing has contacted the barrel. Note the similar light slide contact evidence on the chamber area surfaces at the back of the barrel. Bore and mechanism are clean and excellent. We have test fired this weapon. It cycled two magazines full of Federal American Eagle ball ammo flawlessly, as well as two round each of Federal Hydra-Shok hollowpoint and PMC Starfire hollowpoint. Specs are: traditional double and single action with decocker; internal firing pin block safety that permits firing only with the trigger pulled all the way; weight empty 28 oz; 8 shot magazine capacity / 8+1 round capacity; barrel length 3 ¾ inches; drift-windage adjustable front and rear black matte sights; steel guide rod and Sig braided recoil spring. This fine Sig P-6 is historically significant for its service during the final decade of the Cold War in West Germany. It is also eminently serviceable and attractive for its peerless German Sig manufacture. Own it for only $ 319.95
$15 flat fee USPS Priority Mail insured to lower 47 States; $20 to Alaska, California and Hawaii. MC, Visa & USPS MOs shipped same day. 7 day delay for personal checks, 10 days for bank checks & non-USPS Money Orders. We accept FFLs by fax & e-mail, and make their lives easy as possible. 7 day money back except NIB and lay-away. 20% down within 5 days of win, balance in 90 days on lay-away. Robertson Trading Post, 117 Front St, PO Box 365, Henderson, TN 38340. In business since 1952. Trade ins accepted, please clear before bidding for trade-in allowances. We like traditional firearms, not black plastic except SP-1 Colts & Remington Nylons, US Gold & Silver Coins.
$15 flat fee USPS Priority Mail insured to lower 47 States; $20 to Alaska, California and Hawaii. MC, Visa & USPS MOs shipped same day. 7 day delay for personal checks, 10 days for bank checks & non-USPS Money Orders. We accept FFLs by fax & e-mail, and make their lives easy as possible. 7 day money back except NIB and lay-away. 20% down within 5 days of win, balance in 90 days on lay-away. Robertson Trading Post, 117 Front St, PO Box 365, Henderson, TN 38340. In business since 1952. Trade ins a
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