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Old 08-29-2017, 02:37 PM   #16
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A little over a year ago I let go of my P230 like an idiot. I've been kicking my own tail ever since in regret!!!

This morning I became the proud owner of another, very nice condition P230. Not in mint condition, but very good overall, and with two zipperback Sig mags, the original style plastic grips (my preference.... could have had one with the rugger Hogue grips but like the plastic better).

It's really filthy inside but gave it a few drops of oil on the rails and then ran several mags of ammo through it on the range before coming home, and not surprisingly it ran 100%! Shot a touch left of center, and in eye-balling the rear sight it is off just a hair to the left, so will need to drift that to the right a touch, but otherwise is perfect. And the trigger is soooo sweet!

I know pictures are a requirement here, and I will post them as soon as I get home from some mandatory errands, so stay tuned!
Bill, I did the same thing. Traded it toward a stupid boat, i used like 3 times and lost a ton of money in lol. But, like you, i recently got another (stainless). It's awesome. Had a few marks on it but i used fine artificial steel wool along the flats and now the marks are gone and it has a nice brushed stainless look.

The girl in the gun store where i had it sent for transfer fell in love with it, and it's now on her and her mom's lists of must-haves.

Dave
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Old 08-29-2017, 02:48 PM   #17
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Two quick pics as I still haven't had time to clean it yet. Days off from work tend to be "honey do" days, and today has been one of those days, plus all the stuff I needed/wanted to do!





Like I said, nothing special, but overall very nice condition, and it functions perfectly, so I'm 100% happy with it! For well under $400.00, who's going to argue???
Sweet gun!
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Good for you! Fine little gun.
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