This is a discussion on Sig's SSP and Niton finish questions within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I'm thinking about sending my two Sigs in for the Sig Service Plan (SSP) described here: http://www.sigarms.com/CustomerService/SSP.aspx Does anyone have experience with this? Are you ...
I'm thinking about sending my two Sigs in for the Sig Service Plan (SSP) described here:
Does anyone have experience with this? Are you happy with the results?
Also, I'm thinking of having both pistols refinished with Sig's "Nitron", described here:
Anyone had this done? Is it worth the money?
Thanks for the help!
"I am a Soldier. I fight where I am told, and I win where I fight." GEN George S. Patton, Jr.
I haven't had a gun refinished in Nitron, but I own 4 Sigs that are Nitron finished. One has been a BUG for over a year now, and shows zero signs of external wear from carry. What I thought was a mark on the slide was metal from somewhere else that wiped off - the Nitron's harder than whatever it hit.
It's not exactly high-gloss or cosmetically amazing, which is part of what I like about it. My 226s with it look odd to me, but I'm used to stamped slides and anything else just still look foreign, but the GSR Revolution and the wood grips match very, very well.
As far as the service workover, if anyone can do it correctly, it'll be Sig.
Driver carries less than $45 worth of remorse.