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I am slow these days but here is the tan box that I spoke of concerning it's factory use.



P229 40 S&W - FDE Stainless
P239 40 S&W - nitron
P229 40 S&W - Work in Progress
P220 45ACP - W. German goodness
Colt 1911 Stainless Officers
 
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This is the foam pattern inside.



P229 40 S&W - FDE Stainless
P239 40 S&W - nitron
P229 40 S&W - Work in Progress
P220 45ACP - W. German goodness
Colt 1911 Stainless Officers
 
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That's just the
Flomax talking
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Landchipper,
Tell us more. You stated that your P6 came in this box, yet sounded uncertain of the originality. Are there any labels on the box? Did you aquire the gun preowned? We don't know any more than you right now.
 
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Sorry guys,

I'm afraid that no labels were on it.
I got the P6 from a friend 3 times removed.
He did not get it new either but had nothing to add.

Therefore, unfortunately, that this is all the
information I can assist with at this time.


P229 40 S&W - FDE Stainless
P239 40 S&W - nitron
P229 40 S&W - Work in Progress
P220 45ACP - W. German goodness
Colt 1911 Stainless Officers
 
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SIG P556










SIG P226R German E26R-9-BSS-GER







Ok, so I'm feeling pretty "thick" right about now. I've owned the gun for several years, but only recently discovered that the top lid has a removable insert that, at least in my case, concealed both the owners manual and the box labels that, up until now, had assumed were M.I.A.







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Thought I'd throw in a few box comparison shots.







 
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I have a few, but want more!!!



...You, higher mammal. Can you read?
....There's nothing sexier than a well worn, functional Sig!
 
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Big Joe, what vintage is the dark red P228 box?

Thx

Steve


1995 P226, S/N U533XXX
2015 P225-A1
 
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Originally posted by smphillips:
Big Joe, what vintage is the dark red P228 box?

Thx

Steve

Steve,
Using the serial number/date log as a reference point in the Pistols section. The two red boxes date to be 1988 and 1989.


...You, higher mammal. Can you read?
....There's nothing sexier than a well worn, functional Sig!
 
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Originally posted by smphillips:
Big Joe, what vintage is the dark red P228 box?

Thx

Steve

Steve,
Using the serial number/date log as a reference point in the Pistols section. The two red boxes date to be 1988 and 1989.


I had assumed that they were of early vintage as not long after this time frame SIG Sauer switched to the gray cardboard box.

By the way, that is quite the collection you have going there. Thanks for posting them.
 
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Scored another box at a bargain price of a good lunch!!




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....There's nothing sexier than a well worn, functional Sig!
 
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