Where can I get one? I have an old Danish M/49 that could use one. Thanks.
Funny you should ask. I just got an email from Werner Menzi with a price list of P210 parts he as available. His email is microscopios at yahoo dot com. I have never done any business with him and cannot vouch for him. I'm just passing on the information. That said, it never hurts to have a conversation. One never knows.
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Roco is also a good source for parts
I saw one for sale on Gun Broker a few months ago, but it's gone now. Keep an eye out there too.
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What is wrong with existing one?
Need P210 safety lever extension?
About a year ago, after looking everywhere in the U.S. that I could think of and every place anyone suggested for an extractor for a Sig P210 (m/49 version), someone suggested this company in Denmark.
I was never able to get anyone on the phone to talk to me but they did answer my emails. Just go to their website > gun parts etc > Sig P210 and they have an extensive list of parts for your pistol. I notice they have more than one recoil spring assembly so you will have to find out the difference before ordering. After ordering I received my extractor in a few days.
Another option would be to ask Sig Sauer if the recoil spring assembly in the Sig Legend will work in the m/49. If it does then all you'll have to do is convince Sig to send you the parts you want. Good luck with that because they wouldn't sell me any parts for a Sig Legend, i.e. extractor, without first sending the gun back to them for inspection and/or repair. Good luck with your spring assembly.
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Have a look at www.egun.de (its a German site) there are always auctions with SIG 210 parts.
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That was me with the suggestion. I agree with the frustrations dealing with Sig regarding getting parts for legend pistols. Bisgaard & Neilson, Gun Factory, Egun.de, and Roco are good bets.
OP: Is the captive rod/spring worn out? If it really is, it would surprise me. They used some magical steel when they built those springs (I'm joking of course). They just don't wear out like recoil springs made today. If you absolutely need to, you can punch out the retaining pin (w/ a shop press) to disassemble the unit, then get a comparable Wolf spring. The Legend recoil spring assembly is arguably better designed than the original as far as ease of disassembly is concerned, as it can be screwed apart for spring replacement. I can confidently say however the legend recoil springs are NOWHERE near as stout as the Swiss specimens.
Thanks everyone for the suggestions,
nothing wrong with the original, still
able to chamber a round with each
shot, just thought I'd get a spare.
I have an m/49 Hammerli refinish p210...99+% condition...was surprised to see what it's worth today...I imported mine from Canada on a Form 4, so it has no import marks, which I assume makes it even more valuable...
I'm a Dane, so this will probably be the last gun I will ever part with, though....despite owning 25+ other handguns...
Original magazines are dreadfully expensive, however, and hard to find...think I have four...original mags are like $150 each...
A safe-queen for the most part, and only shot on special occasions...
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