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Tuesday was gone when I told her my name is the breeze.
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with all the factory items.

I can not see any signs of being shot.Gun comes with all items as it left factory.I dont know what the name of the one set of nicer nill grips are called.

I have many pictures that i wont try and put on the add here ,but email and i can send many more pictures to interested buyers.

i searched the internet for 2 days,to find what info i could.I think 200 target guns were made back in the early 1980's.I am sure there are experts here on the forum who will help with any info.

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210-5 target heavy frame,with all the factory items.This gun is out of a collection of guns that were bought and and not shot.

I can not see any signs of being shot.Gun comes with all items as it left factory.I dont know what the name of the one set of nicer nill grips are called.
http://s1365.photobucket.com/u...TWOMOONS2/slideshow/
http://s1365.photobucket.com/u...TWOMOONS2/slideshow/

I have many pictures that i wont try and put on the add here ,but email and i can send many more pictures to intersted buyers.

i searched the internet for 2 days,to find what info i could.I think 200 heavy frame 210-5 target guns were made back in the early 1980's.I am sure there are experts here on the forum who will help with any info.

price is 4,250.00 shipped and insured for all items listed
email is tuemuns@gmail.com for any question
i will close add in 2 days if there is no interest from the sig forum

I will take it. email sent.






 
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Congrats. Sorry I missed this one. It looks great!
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Awesome acquisition Q. Smile
 
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That's a great pick up 12131, it's a beauty! That 50m target is VERY impressive. Actually, I should probably say thanks, as I had pretty much convinced myself to take it if it was still there in the morning. You saved me a chunk of change! Wink


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12131, .Thank you very much sir.It is a beauty.One of 200 made over 30 years ago.

Para,thank you for letting me use your classifieds to sell this beautiful and rare 210

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I also have 5 new in bag,KN Nill Griff grips for the Sig pistol,made in Germany that i will list for sale on the sig forum before i ebay the.

The KN grips for the 201-5 are new in factory plastic bag.The grips look exactly like the grips that sold on the 210-5 target heavy frame pistol to 12131.

New hardwood,old style grips that are flawless.

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I lost out on 2 SIGs yesterday on GB, and am I glad I did. This was meant to be. Wow! Cool






 
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Holy Smoke 12131
That pistol = Brigitte Bardot circa 1955!

I would have bought that if I saw it. What a score. The provenance is the thing, and it was there.

What a beautiful pistol. Congrats!

It would be hard for me to decide to shoot it, or not. As a serious collector, how do you evaluate whether or not to shoot a NIB rare gun? I have two guns I have never shot.
 
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Holy Smoke 12131
That pistol = Brigitte Bardot circa 1955!

You got that right! Big Grin


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I would have bought that if I saw it. What a score. The provenance is the thing, and it was there.

What a beautiful pistol. Congrats!

The ad was posted @ 2:29PM. It's a puzzle to me there was not even a comment on this incredible gun, until I BINed it at 9PM, and that's when I saw it for the first time. Hey, I'm not complaining. Thank you to all who left it there.

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It would be hard for me to decide to shoot it, or not. As a serious collector, how do you evaluate whether or not to shoot a NIB rare gun? I have two guns I have never shot.

My general rule of thumb is, if you have only one example of a model, you got to at least give it a spin. Like what I did with PROTO-1.
So, you bet that this beauty will be taken to the range. It would be a sin not to. Having Bardot with you 24/7 and not doing anything to her is, ...well you know. Big Grin






 
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It's a beautiful gun Q. Let us who dont know about its history, when you can. I almost didn't think the seller was real. Big Grin
 
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Holy Smoke 12131
That pistol = Brigitte Bardot circa 1955!

You got that right! Big Grin


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I would have bought that if I saw it. What a score. The provenance is the thing, and it was there.

What a beautiful pistol. Congrats!

The ad was posted @ 2:29PM. It's a puzzle to me there was not even a comment on this incredible gun, until I BINed it at 9PM, and that's when I saw it for the first time. Hey, I'm not complaining. Thank you to all who left it there.

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It would be hard for me to decide to shoot it, or not. As a serious collector, how do you evaluate whether or not to shoot a NIB rare gun? I have two guns I have never shot.

My general rule of thumb is, if you have only one example of a model, you got to at least give it a spin. Like what I did with PROTO-1.
So, you bet that this beauty will be taken to the range. It would be a sin not to. Having Bardot with you 24/7 and not doing anything to her is, ...well you know. Big Grin


Agreed! I have a P7M8 I have never shot. Maybe I should take it to the range.

Again, congrats.
 
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Congrats on a great purchase! Enjoy.

Cannot believe I missed this..



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Absolutely gorgeous!

Enjoy your range time!!


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Enjoy your range time!!

Just did, http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...0601935/m/5810047124
Big Grin






 
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