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  1. SIG Sauer Pistols
    Eventually, after many rounds, probably well over 50k rounds, the frame will crack in some part from the sheer number of rounds alone or the slide rails will fail, at which time the pistol will have reached the end of its service life. So I'm wondering, if a pistol's frame cracks or slide rails...
  2. SIG Sauer Pistols
    Hello I have a 2009 p229 frame. It hasn't many rounds through but in the last days I have dry fired it ~1500 times mostly DA. Now I see some silver spots where the trigger bar rubs against the frame. Is that normal or something to concern? Is it self limiting? Did I put too little oil on this...
  3. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I know that Sig has and excellent warranty that warrants firearms for life against defects. So, hypothetically, if the frame of a P226 or P220 were to crack, or the firearm control unit of a P320 or P365 were to crack, to the point where it couldn't be repaired, and had to be replaced, would Sig...
  4. SIG Sauer Pistols
    Greetings! Just wanted to find out what are your guys thoughts on Sig's aluminum frames? Heard the older W Germany ones were prone to cracking, and always have wondered if the current gen USA made ones would do the same, especially if the firearm would be used often, maybe, let's say from a...
  5. SIG 1911 Pistols
    My brand new 1911 ultra compact is having some issues. I just fired it today for the first time. 100 rounds of .45acp Federal...zero malfunctions. But, the frame rails both center and forward are having some wear issues. The center rails are already showing loss of paint. The very forward...
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