Yes they will do it for $200. Will be identical to a DA/SA. The conversion is like 10 parts.
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Hmmmm. Good to know. Thanks!Yes they will do it for $200. Will be identical to a DA/SA. The conversion is like 10 parts.
I was thinking of throwing some X-rays on her through Sigs service package and thought I could kill two birds with one stone as they say. Otherwise, I’d just do it myself. Willard mentioned that just the parts are about $200 so all things considered, Sig might be an option that makes sense.If you hadthe parts you could do it yourself. It’s really easy to do. Probably takes less than 10 minutes. I believe there’s a list on the top gun supply website of the parts. It’s like trigger bar, hammer, decocker, decocker bearing, main spring, main spring seat, hammer strut. and sear. I think that’s everything. 😊
I was just about to open up this exact question. Thanks @AzMaz. There seems to be a lot of used LE models for sale with DAK. I was wondering if it could be switched to DA/SA. Good to know thanks @bblr. This opens up more possibilities.Saw this mentioned on another thread (by Willard) but didn’t want hijack it. So to be clear, if I had a P229 357 in DAK I could send it into Sig and for $200 they would covert it to SA/DA? After the conversion , is weapon aesthetically identical to a P229 that was factory SA/DA? Indistinguishable? Thanks in advance.
Thanks Willard. To be more specific, it would be a P229 357 DAK that I would be converting to DA/SA. I think I’d be getting the type of deal that would leave plenty of room for conversion costs.In many cases, it's dependent on the model itself, whether it's feasible to convert. While Sig themselves would likely have no problems, models such as the P224, P239, and even P220s may be more difficult, with the P239 having a unique Hammer, and Trigger Bar, while the P220 and P224 having unique Trigger Bars. Locating parts to do it yourself, may be frustrating.
While I have converted a couple P229s, and a P220 for a friend, I still have a P239 9mm in DAK. While I have a complete P239 9mm DA/SA "Parts Kit", I picked up off of Gun Broker, I have gotten used to my little DAK, sort of like how I have gotten accustomed, to my P239 .40 S&W DAO, for a close range, deep concealment personal protection firearm.