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Old 08-03-2013, 08:50 AM   #1
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Question regarding P220 SRT kit

The P220 version of the SRT kit includes a decocking lever - I have seen pictures of the comparison, and they are slightly different (SRT vs. standard).

But I have also read somewhere that they are identical - Can anyone clarify?

The reason I ask is I am putting nickel controls on my p220, and have an SRT kit on order - I planned to hand polish the decocking lever, however it's such a chore, I'd rather buy a nickel decocking lever than have to fiddle with hand polishing....


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Old 08-03-2013, 08:55 AM   #2
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nickel decocking lever is p/n 1201084
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Old 08-03-2013, 10:01 AM   #3
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shouldn't include the decocking lever just:
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Old 08-03-2013, 12:10 PM   #4
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The P220 SRT kit does include the decocking lever (unlike the other kits):

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thanks, i wasn't aware of that
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Old 08-03-2013, 04:54 PM   #6
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Worth Trying New Nickel Lever

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The P220 version of the SRT kit includes a decocking lever - I have seen pictures of the comparison, and they are slightly different (SRT vs. standard).

But I have also read somewhere that they are identical - Can anyone clarify?

The reason I ask is I am putting nickel controls on my p220, and have an SRT kit on order - I planned to hand polish the decocking lever, however it's such a chore, I'd rather buy a nickel decocking lever than have to fiddle with hand polishing....


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It would probably be worth trying a new nickel decocking lever along with the SRT kit when you install it. It is possible that the SIG factory has started making all the P220 Decocking levers with the "T" on the backside of them or making all of them the same without the "T" marking.
Image of "T"

If your new nickel plated decocker works then I believe you will be happy and the lever is one of the least expensive small-parts.
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my main concern is that the SRT decocking lever appears to be dimensionally different



which i guess answers my question... SRT decocking lever for p220 only available in a blued finish.
I was hoping someone here had some experience and could prove me wrong LOL.... looks like i gotta break out the million pieces of sand paper
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There are companies that do nickel plating. Two here where I live. Just find one and see if they will help you out.
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I bet you could do a majority of the polishing with a dremel and save yourself a lot of time.
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I bet you could do a majority of the polishing with a dremel and save yourself a lot of time.
its not so much the polishing perse, but removing the blueing thats a pain. ironic since sig's nitron finish isnt known to be the best lol

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its not so much the polishing perse, but removing the blueing thats a pain. ironic since sig's nitron finish isnt known to be the best lol

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That's what's I was referring to. Just use a polishing wheel with some flitz and it will take the blue right off. Heck mine is wearing off my p220 just from normal use so it won't take much with a dremel.
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well, got my SRT and all my other goodies today, and I'll be dammed... steel wire wheel on the dremel makes short work of the blue/nitron finish

and since the other "nickel" parts aren't actually nickel, but a dull raw steel, i dont have to actually polish the decocking lever... just a nice high speed wire wheel.

after spending hours hand polishing the controls on my sp2022 lol

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also, my SRT decocking lever doesn have the "T" stamp, but looking closely at the pics online, it does appear to be the SRT version

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