909818255 on GB. Says hard chrome. Someone please chime in with your thoughts. Thanks.
I recently communicated with a GB seller and made him aware that the gun he was selling was not what he was advertising and provided him with specific details. He politely thanked my and then did nothing. Gun sold so there is a new owner somewhere thinking he owns something that he doesn’t.$4200 and a bidding war is happening. Do these people even know? Wow!!
Some of my Sports use a full black out LPA sight. This Short & Smarts slides were not cut for LPA sights. So if you wanted to black out the back sight installing a normal one backwards would make sense. This is the second such model of "Short" that has the same reversed rear sight issue, so that lends it self to not being a mistake, also the test target on the previous one sold was shot by A. Koch which I find highly suspect would let a gun she fired leave the factory with such a defect.Think that’s bad… Look at this “factory defect”. That defect is common.. people reverse the sight to have all black target sights. Near as I can tell this guy is trying to take advantage of the X gun selling madness.
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Yeah, but this gun is not Sport and not chrome. It's Nickel.To be fair correct art.no. 34.260.074 P226 Sport gun are indeed chrome slides not nickel.
Do you know if all P226 Sports have the same Part Number, or are they different for different years? And, do you know what those numbers represent? Looks like the "34" and "260" are the same for the two guns, but the third group is different, "074" for the real Sport and "000" for the Nickel gun in question. What do yours say?My point was that the title is correct for a P226 Sport 34.260.074,...
All 4 boxed versions that I have owned or seen pictures of have had the exact same art no 34.260.074 this is consistant from 94-96 from the date codes on the actual guns. The "second" version of the P226-S "Sport" still in the gray box has art no. 34.260.134. This version went to a stainless steel slide with short external extractor and the heavy grade barrel. The Sport SL II which is the most common P226 sport with the barrel weight on it is 34.260.576. I don't have an answer on what the last number means other than to infer that it has to do with the sub configuration in the class of the previous numbers. Likewise the P220 sports seem to all be 34.220.XXX the last number varying from configuration to configuration but sadly I've only been able to get a few of them with the original boxes with those numbers on them and most pictures I find are of just the gun.Do you know if all P226 Sports have the same Part Number, or are they different for different years? And, do you know what those numbers represent? Looks like the "34" and "260" are the same for the two guns, but the third group is different, "074" for the real Sport and "000" for the Nickel gun in question. What do yours say?