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I have a small pile of Sig parts in Sig factory packaging that I can't seem to find any ID on by Googleing the P/N's. Anyone know what these are for?

34221588 Spring
34221640 Recoil spring guide
UD95080 Grip screw
UD97065 Grip screw washers

Thanks in advance.
 
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I have some older parts numbers (SIG keeps changing them), but none of the ones you ask about was listed. As far as I know, however, the only models that ever used grip plate screw washers were the P220, P225, and P245.

Can you post photos of the parts?




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I can't post pics myself, but I'm happy to email some to anyone willing to help.
 
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I have a few leftover parts in the 34221XXX series and they seem to be for the P225. Is that a clue?
 
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I have a few leftover parts in the 34221XXX series and they seem to be for the P225. Is that a clue?


Sadly, the P/N sequence does not seem to be unique to each model. 34221XXX seems to cover much of the P series.
 
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Some of my ‘older’ parts come in bags like these. Are yours like this?



 
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No. Some of my parts pile have labels that have Sig Sauer lightly printed in the background and the P/N, date (late 2000's/early 2010's) packers name and quantity printed on that.

Some are in Sig logo bags with the P/N and qty written on them in pen.

Some are in plain bags with the P/N and qty written in pen.

Some have plain labels with the P/N, qty, pickers name and date printed on them.

Some have labels with just P/N and qty printed.

None of my packages list application unless the previous owner wrote it on the bags.
 
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If you want, send me some pictures and I’ll post them for you. My email is in profile.
 
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If you want, send me some pictures and I’ll post them for you. My email is in profile.


Thanks, I'll send you some tonight or tomorrow.
 
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I have a small pile of Sig parts in Sig factory packaging that I can't seem to find any ID on by Googleing the P/N's. Anyone know what these are for?

34221588 Spring
34221640 Recoil spring guide
UD95080 Grip screw
UD97065 Grip screw washers

Thanks in advance.


The photos will definitely help. Looking through my lists, I don't see those part numbers. Is the first "spring" a recoil spring?


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If you want, send me some pictures and I’ll post them for you. My email is in profile.


Thanks, I'll send you some tonight or tomorrow.


Ok pics are on the way. Thanks.
 
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I have a small pile of Sig parts in Sig factory packaging that I can't seem to find any ID on by Googleing the P/N's. Anyone know what these are for?

34221588 Spring
34221640 Recoil spring guide
UD95080 Grip screw
UD97065 Grip screw washers

Thanks in advance.


The photos will definitely help. Looking through my lists, I don't see those part numbers. Is the first "spring" a recoil spring?


No, it appears to be a firing pin spring.

Thanks.
 
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Here are his pictures.....








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Thanks a lot.

1st pic, I am looking for the recoil spring and guide P/N.

2nd pic, looking for ID.

3rd pic, looking for ID (if it helps I think the part is plastic).

4th pic, looking for ID.

5th pic, looking for application.

6th pic, looking for ID as I do not believe these are the right parts for the P/N on the bag.

Thanks in advance.
 
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The flat recoil spring and its guide look like they’re for a P239, and that’s what seems to be written on the bag.

The other long spring looks like it may have been an early single strand recoil spring, perhaps for the P220 or another early model.

The washers appear to be for the P220 grip plates or for the other models (P225 and P245) that used the same ones.

The single screw looks like a grip plate screw, but not one I’m familiar with.

The two silver rods could be recoil spring guides, but not for any pistols I’m familiar with.

No idea about the plastic part. Nothing I’ve ever seen in a SIG Classic line pistol.




“The terror of the Roman arms added weight and dignity to the moderation of the emperors. They preserved peace by a constant preparation for war; and while justice regulated their conduct, they announced to the nations on their confines, that they were as little disposed to endure, as to offer an injury.”
— Edward Gibbon, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
 
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