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Old 01-31-2013, 04:13 PM   #1
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Anyone see this trigger on a P229r?? I picked up another Sig.

I was gun shopping today. My dealer called me and told me my Super Carry Pro 45acp was in. While I was there and picked that up, I also picked up a twin to my P229 Dark Elite 40s&w, this time a 9mm P229r. It just came in and looked lonely so I had to buy it.

It's a very nice P229R with fiber optic night sights. The front sight glows green like a torch. Came with 2 15round 9mm magazines,
I noticed it had a different trigger than my Dark Elite.
Anyone see this trigger on a P229? or for that matter, what model P229 is it?


It's build date looks like November of 2012.




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Old 01-31-2013, 04:19 PM   #2
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First I've seen of that trigger from factory stock.

Nice picture and some impressive pistols.
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Old 01-31-2013, 04:22 PM   #3
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In another thread

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Old 01-31-2013, 04:30 PM   #4
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nope but looks good
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Old 01-31-2013, 04:33 PM   #5
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Nice picture and some impressive pistols.
Uh, I could say the same about your avatar.

I was already spending too much time on this website.....
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Just looked on the box. W229-9-SP (P229-r-Special Configuration)Date: Nov 27 2012.

It looks like a combination of the"Enhanced Elite" with the beaver tail and fiber optic night sights of the "Equinox" but in a hi-cap 9mm.

I had to do my part and keep the economy flowing.

Its a tack driver. I broke in two new pistols today. 200 rounds each. Actually both were tack drivers.
I am use to the 40S&W P229. The 9mm P229 has no recoil compared to the 40. Just look at something and you hit it. Head shots at 30 meters, no problem. Seemed to do well with all 4 kinds of ammo I through at it. That fiber optic sight is amazing in any light.

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Old 01-31-2013, 05:14 PM   #7
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Wire burned trigger

Seen these on eBay a while back. Some guy with a wire burn machine was doing hammers and triggers. Don't remember price. I'll look again for them maybe I can post a link.
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Uh, I could say the same about your avatar.

I was already spending too much time on this website.....
LOL. Those "pistols" are owned by Lindsay Marie. I have a feeling sigtalk would only allow them to "viewed" 'holstered" or concealed.

That Kimber looks sharp. Love the two tone and rosewood grips. I have a Kimber Custom Crimson Carry II that looks very similiar. Nice tack driver. The heavy spring and metal/metal makes a sweet sound, almost like a pump shotgun when you rack the slide.
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I have a few custom 1911's. As a light weight carry 1911, Kimbers Super Carry Pro Custom Shop with the bobtail is incredible in the hand. It's the only Kimber base on the older Series 70.
I have been carrying full size steel 1911's around for 20 years. A light weight bobtail commander size with all the bells and whistles at only 28oz is unbelievable. Like having your cake and eating it too. The gun disappears when carrying it. I am old school and have a warm attraction to metal guns. They feel less like a soulless plastic tool and more like a favorite pet that makes bad people go away.
That's why I love Sigs so much.


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Still looking for this trigger. I know I ran across these on the web somewhere. I was going to buy a set, hammer and trigger, but decided not too because I thought the trigger looked weak. The guy selling them even mentioned he made them. Thought it was eBay but they aren't there now. I'll keep searching.
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The skeletonized trigger gives it a very custom look. They make a nice modification/personalized touch to a Sig.

Why does the Sig Web site show the P229 with 13 round 9mm magazines instead of 15 round 9mm magazines?? Who would wants a 13 round mag when a 15 round is available????

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Still looking for this trigger. I know I ran across these on the web somewhere. I was going to buy a set, hammer and trigger, but decided not too because I thought the trigger looked weak. The guy selling them even mentioned he made them. Thought it was eBay but they aren't there now. I'll keep searching.

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