HG7140 This All German Sig-Sauer P-226, 9mm Pistol has served with the Swiss State Police. Note the GV Marked Shield on the forward left side of the slide, Gendarme Vaud, Canton Vaud in Southwest Switzerland contains Lake Geneva. Its only alien markings are the neatly executed importer stamp on the right side of the slide, PW Arms Redmond WA, as required by Federal Law. Interestingly, this pistol was never date coded, but from its U696000 range serial number and similar specimens we’ve had with AA date codes, it was manufactured in 2000. Finish is durable factory K-Kote. Sights are polymer filled white three dot. As far as specs on the 226, classification is traditional double action, double action from the decocked position on the first shot, and then single action on subsequent shots during the firing session. The Sig 226, of course, does not have a manually operated safety. It has a decocker lever to put the car in park. Sig has a firing pin block safety that prevents accidental discharge if the pistol is dropped, yet even with that, Sigs always have the best single action trigger pull of all from the factory. This specimen gauges at a crisp 4 1/2 pounds with negligible felt creep. Caliber, of course, is standard 9mm. Weight empty is 34 ounces; barrel length is 4.40 inches. Magazine capacity is 15 rounds, and this pistol comes with an issue Mec-Gar made factory Sig magazine, the pistol’s only non-German part. Surface detractions are only moderate, with some whitening on the slide edges and streaking on the rear top area of the slide. We rate it as Very Good, 80 percent vicinity by our estimate. Photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. It is certainly excellent mechanically; bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean and excellent. Slide to frame fit is tight with no lateral movement. We estimate this 226 has been fired no more than 2000 rounds, no rounds at all for a Sig. We’re offering this durable, attractive, German Made Sig P-226 for only $ 539.00 Not transferable to civilian residents of California or the District of Colombia. Civilian buyers in areas with 10 round magazine restrictions will receive a new Mec-Gar 10 round magazines instead of the 15 round Magazine: includes Chicago Cook County IL, Hawaii, Massachusetts, and New York; or $20 off with no mag, buyer's call.
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