You are bidding on a Very gently used Sig P-290. I have literally put 25 rounds through it, that's all!!!! This is an AWESOME carry pistol, that really packs a punch. I am selling because i want a SIG 1911. Legendary Sig quality and performance. Comes with 2 magazines, LASER sight, Holster, Factory night sites, original paperwork and hard case!!!! Everything you will need to carry!!!!! The P290 is double-action-only with a listed trigger pull weight of 9 lbs. SIG’s Integrated Laser Module ( INCLUDED WITH THIS GUN)(290-ILM) Without laser, the P290 weighs 20.5 oz.; adding the laser gains 1 oz. The P290’s slide moves on four steel rails that, along with other operating parts and controls, are in the polymer frame. Dual recoil springs encircle a polymer guide rod. A modified Browning lock-up system is employed, and a slide-mounted passive firing pin safety supports the spring-loaded firing pin. A large external extractor is at the right rear of the also-large ejection port. Five diagonal grasping grooves are rearward of the ejection port. The front and rear sights are dovetail-secured and drift-adjustable for windage. You can get the pistol with SIGLITE sights or standard SIG sights. The latter feature a white dot in the front sight and a white bar beneath the rear sight notch. My sample has the SIGLITE sights, which feature tritium inserts encircled with white-colored rings in the sight faces. With either, you can accomplish elevation adjustment with the front or rear sight because differing sight height combinations are available from SIG. Each rear sight change moves point-of-impact (POI) approximately 2? at 25 yards, and each front sight switch moves POI roughly 1? at the same distance. If a change is necessary, SIG says “… it’s easier if you change the rear sight first.” On my sample, the front sight is numbered 6, while the rear sight is numbered 8. The P290's six-round magazine (SIG says an eight-round magazine is in the works) has a metal body and follower. The polymer base plate is removable. The magazine body has cartridge witness holes numbered 2–6 on each side. The base plate fits flush and is surrounded by the frame except at the bottom-center of the grip, where the plate is enlarged to fill a now-relieved portion of the frame. These grooved areas provide a finger hold on the otherwise fully surrounded magazine body. To release the magazine, press the magazine catch located at the left rear of the trigger guard. With this sample, the empty magazine ejects. Also, despite the instruction book stating the catch is reversible, it’s not, as is stated on the supplied correction sheet. The protrusion in the trigger guard helps your finger find the correct position.
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