Wife just got home, showed her.
"What do you think?"
"I have never seen that gun before ever, did you buy another one?"
"No, not this time, these are the parts you bought for me. Lol"
"Oh, I like this" points to the take down lever Lol.
I love her but she don't know much about my hobbies. She tries.
Now. For what it is worth, I sent the Slide to SIG to have the "Beadblast Crome" finish applied. Cost $69 plus shipping both ways. I feel that it was clearly a good thing for me as it was a highly polished look. Just a thought.
It kind of reminds me of some of the 226/228s that were marketed in the early '90s, IIRC, possibly where Sig Sauer Puss parts originated...
During that period there weren't a lot of options available, as Sig was still gaining steam in the market, Hogue and Pachmayr rubber grips were all that was basically available for "Customization".
I'll never forget, my first inspection of the departments P226 9mm pistols. One of the officers, had taken his department issued pistol to a local gunsmith, who "Jeweled the Exterior of the Chamber on the top and both sides... the Chief came "unglued"... when he found out! It basically looked like this...
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