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  1. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I’ve been working on a station that I can work on my gun projects. I didn’t have a ton of money to work with so this is what I came up with: Desk was free! I bought the white peg board and stickered it up! I put black mats down to keep the guns on a protective surface. I’ve been adding to it...
  2. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I’m looking to revamp my smithing/cleaning station set up. For the longest time I’ve used just a towel in place of a mat when working or cleaning my guns. My question is this...am I wasting my money by buying a pistol gun mat when I own rifles? Should I just buy a rifle gun mat? Is there an...
  3. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    So I read the posts I could find on the forum, saw that the two screws are SAE 3/32 Allen, applied a little heat for the loctite from the factory, and.... may have a stripped the screws... I didn't try to continue forcing the issue repeatedly, but I felt some slipping (though with how small the...
  4. New Member Introductions
    I've owned several Sig Sauer handguns and now I'm starting to build them from 80% kits and I know I'm going to need serious help with my project until I learn how to do it right so any help anyone can provide would be deeply appreciated
  5. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I don't want a non Sig armorer messing with my Sigs, Anyone know of a Sig smith who will install a old fashion trigger over travel screw? I have carried a Sig since 1990 and own 5, the post sear break is something that could be made better.
  6. SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    I own a P226R. Any thoughts or insights on replacing or upgrading the factory plastic pistol guide rod with one made from heavier, stronger, and/or polished steel, tungsten, or other material? I have read various opinions on the validity of such an upgrade to help control muzzle jump (heavier)...
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