That's good to know. I forgot to add, since you mentioned the P228 slides married to the older P229 SAS frames (which you're 100-percent correct in that those are the best! ), it appears some of those older SAS frames have the same beginning 'B' serial as the regular P228, which I always thought was curious.
Yes, it almost seems like, "Hey now, we have a few P228-numbered SAS frames left over. Let's grab some P229 slides and slap them on", you know? Who knows what SIG does.
2016 MAGA ---> 2020 KAG
* P228 factoids *
The is really hard to beat. Looks good, shoots good, seems to fight holster wear good. I much prefer the legacy slide. Have debated selling mine a few times and never have been able to.
Very nice looking gun. Enjoy it.
You couldn't be more correct, sir.
I agree wholeheartedly on your observations. I should never have sold my other one, but I remember the reason why; it was to help fund a European/North Africa trip a few years back. There were a few others I let go, too, but those I don't really regret. Just glad it's back.
Very nice, but I'm biased. Since I have to travel light and travel far, and use factory ammo, I found it my 1st choice in 9mm as both a carry and match gun. I've been using a Sig 229 SAS Gen 2 for several years. About a year ago, I shot a match with the Sig and then re shot the match with one of my old and well used 1911 match 45's. My score was better with the Sig.
A nation which can prefer disgrace to danger is prepared for a master-and deserves one. Ronald Reagan, 1964, quoted from Alexander Hamilton
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