Your link is for a Sig P228/229 magazine. Are you asking about Sig 1911 pistols?
It is, that link is for Dragon Leather works in Oak ridge TN. They seem to be a small FFL but I didn't see any Sig's on their website.That is bizarre, yesterday it linked to a gorgeous two tone .45 ACP 1911. I almost ruined my keyboard but the bucket of rice dried it out overnight. :smiley2:
Dennis from Dragon Leatherworks here.That is bizarre, yesterday it linked to a gorgeous two tone .45 ACP 1911. I almost ruined my keyboard but the bucket of rice dried it out overnight. :smiley2:
You are correct, that in fact was the link page. Thank you for helping out. And Merry Christmas.:smiley2:Dennis from Dragon Leatherworks here.
Saw the incoming link from this site, so I wanted to thank the OP for stumbling upon us.
Yeah, the link...the data comes directly from our distributor. When they update their key data, then the links will point to something different (they have a wonky database, and their primary key is constantly shifting.)
I think what the OP may have been looking at was this: https://www.dlwtn.com/dragons-hoard?q=50956
Sorry about the weirdness...not really on my end, tho.
To answer one of the replies, we are a small FFL, but that isn't what we are primarily. I am a custom holster shop who happens to sell guns.
Again, thank you kindly to the OP for the link.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Joyous Kwanza, or whatever your preferred Holiday Flavor is.
Have to agree with you on the "gorgeous" part!That is bizarre, yesterday it linked to a gorgeous two tone .45 ACP 1911...
Yeah, the two-tone and wood was what drew me to it as well. Plus when I bought mine, there were a ton of deals on them at the time. It was a no brainer.Have to agree with you on the "gorgeous" part!
The C3 is probably the only gun purchase I've ever made that was driven primarily by looks. Knew I couldn't go wrong with a Sig, though, and I was right!