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Think I'm getting a Sig 226

This is a discussion on Think I'm getting a Sig 226 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by BigEd63 Way to go on the purchase! BTW- Was this a Sig CPO(certified pre-owned) or just a regular trade in? Just curious. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEd63
    Way to go on the purchase!

    BTW- Was this a Sig CPO(certified pre-owned) or just a regular trade in? Just curious.
    This was a regular trade....not a Blue tag gun...
    BTW...several more 226s are there as well.....
    I retired my 228, because they're getting scarce and collectible too.
    I wanted a good shooter, with similar cotrols, and the 226 fit the bill.
    Nothing wrong with the Glock I had, just that I was doin a little "wheelin and dealin" again LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH
    I'll check to see if we have any more of those CTs for you... Some dealers come into the store, and trade off things for stuff, and merch credits..
    I sure would appreciate it, thanks. Oh yeah, notice if they are the older style or newer style. And, again, thanks.

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    The strange thing is, when you remove the slide and visually inspect the frame and slide, you'd expect to see wear, esp. on the alloy frame rails -- but there isn't any apreciable wear???
    That is interesting, you'd think there would be a least a little, but Sig does make a heck of a weapon.
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    So Bob - you bin and went and gone an dunnit!!

    Good for you - and yeah - #120 for the CT's - heck man - that's all but 1/2 price! You's one lucky dude there ! I think you'll find that with the CT's on you have an awesome combination, plus I find the actual feel with the CT's on is just great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH
    I DO believe we have a SAS 239 in 40 DAK in the used cases...........LIKE BRAND NEW with all accys and box.. I looked at it, and it appears to be unfired..
    Or darn close to it. They haven't been out that long compared to the other models, about 6 months?

    I also think that 40 DAK is the only way they come from the factory.
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