Here you go, Top Gun Supply never disappoints: https://www.topgunsupply.com/sig-sauer-safety-lock-sigpro-p227-p220-226-229-9-239-ss.htmlPS: I couldn't find a single store that sells Firing Pin Block online!
If I had to guess, they tried to lever it out with a screwdriver or punch and accidentally flung it across the room.Seriously, can someone explain how one loses the firing pin block while cleaning the gun?
I clean mine after every range shoot and am wondering how I could make that mistake
Yes, Sig calls it a Safety lock...some other manufactures(CZ) call it a Firing Pin Block.Is the Safety Lock the same as Firing Pin Block?
+1!In my opinion, if you're asking this question, you are a significant safety risk to yourself and anyone around you when you're handling that firearm.
That firearm is UNSERVICABLE in its current condition.
I strongly urge you to get it to a gunsmith or return it to Sig for service and more importantly, GET MORE TRAINING BEFORE YOU TRY TO WORK WITH FIREARMS.