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  1. New Sig P365 SAS owner from RI

    New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone from the Ocean State! A quick note to say hello, I'm a relatively new Sig owner (from Glock). So far I am loving the brand and the platform. I just got the P365SAS because I wanted a CCW pistol that would, basically, disappear in a pocket even in shorts (it gets muggy and hot here)...
  2. Can the p365 SAS take down lever be swapped for a normal one?

    P365
    I picked up a p365 SAS for my wife mostly because she liked the sights. However... I am puzzled by the reloading process for this gun. As far as I can tell, you drop the mag, you have to hand release the slide (slingshot style), load another mag, and then rack the slide again... **EDIT** I am...
  3. P365 SAS Screwdriver

    P365
    I just started using my new Sig P365 SAS and I love it. When I broke it down, I used my slotted screwdriver to open the slide release but it is so wide, I'm afraid I'm going to strip the screw head after a short time. Has anyone heard of a safe tool that will not ruin the screwhead?
  4. Sig P224 SAS in 9mm DA/SA G10 Grips CPO $499.99

    Good Deals
    SIG SAUER P224 SAS 9MM CERTIFIED LIKE NEW Action: Semi-Automatic DA/SA • Finish: Black Nitron Stainless Slide/Hard Coat Anodized Frame • Barrel: 3.5" • Sights: 3-Dot Sights • Magazine(s): Two 12-Round • Grips: G10 Polymer 17 units available... FREE shipping, no sales tax, $4.99 adult signature...
  5. Advice wanted on choosing my edc

    P238, P938 Pistol
    Hi all, I'd really like to get people's thoughts on choosing either a P238 or a P938 as an edc gun. I currently own a Shield 9mm, and after much deliberation I've decided I do not care for striker-fired guns nor guns with a polymer frame, so I'm selling my Shield and looking to replace it with...
  6. Trigger Bar Spring Issues?

    SIG Sauer Gunsmithing
    Trigger Bar Spring came off randomly after 45 Rounds, with my P239 SAS .375 - Is this something someone else has run into? If so, why?
  7. Confused about P229 Sub-models

    SIG Sauer Pistols
    Recently I have been looking into getting my first handgun. Since I was in high school I've always heard SIG was the best. After my father started his job at the local PD, I got the chance to hold a P226R and a P229. I like the P229 because I have smaller hands. I am willing to spend any amount...
  8. Looking for a holster for a new Sig P227

    SIG Sauer Pistols
    The 227's are fairly new to the lineup for Sig. Therefore, there aren't many options as of yet for holsters for the non-standard versions. I just picked up the SAS version and tried a few different holsters, but none of them fit right. Some of them didn't even get by the trigger guard. I was...
  9. New user with a new Sig P227 SAS

    New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone. My name is Andrew and I am new to SIG Talk. Just purchased a Sig P227 SAS Gen 2. Haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but I am looking forward to it. Here are a couple pics of the new toy. Enjoy
  10. SOLD! Sig P220 SAS Carry; Stainless, SRT, NS - $800, obo

    Classifieds
    For sale is my beautiful Sig Sauer P220 SAS Carry in .45 ACP, with stainless steel slide, DA/SA Trigger (upgraded to SRT), and new tritium night sights. The SAS model has Sig's Anti-Snag melt treatment to smooth out all edges and corners. This particular firearm was born with the DAK trigger...
  11. Sig sas

    SIG Sauer Pistols
    I am looking for some original SIG SAS P229 and P239's in .40 S&W. Does anyone know where i could find some?
  12. Want To Buy P224 SAS in 9mm

    Classifieds
    I've been looking all over for a P224 SAS in 9mm ( E24-9-SAS2B ), but all I can find is .40, so I thought I'd ask here. I think it would make a great pistol for my wife, and I'd probably end up carrying it here and there, too. If you know of any place that is selling one of these fine firearms...
  13. Sig P229 Sear Pin/Ejector Binding

    SIG Sauer Pistols
    I recently picked up a brand new P229 SAS Gen 2, and I completely disassembled it to get it perfectly clean and lubed up before its first break-in firing. All the frame pins came out easily (without the use of a punch), with the exception of the sear pin. I had released the spring tension on...
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