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I really appreciate the effort from everyone and have learned a great deal from this thread.
My question is, when and what were the tan (light brown) plastic cases used to hold?


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Another pic of the Desert Tan case. If anyone has any idea of it's significance, I'd
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Are any of them more valuable then others on their own ?
 
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I just purchased my first Sig. A P226 Extreme with a manufacture date of 9-18-2014. I am the 3rd owner. This gun only has one mag shot through it before being put in the safe where it stayed before I bought it.

The model number (?) on the box is E26R-9- XTM-PROMO




The box shows quite a bit of wear





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Thanks for posting, but you need to downsize those photos to no more than 1000 pixels wide.


I saw that. Sent them from my phone and I dont have a way to resize on there. I'll be on my computer in a few minutes to fix them.
 
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Argghh. I had switched the photos I had posted previously away from Photobucket to Post Image, but I'm starting to realize that if the pictures aren't viewed regularly on Post Image they automatically delete your links after a set period, even if you don't set an expiration date when you upload the pic.

Unfortunately the pictures I posted are stored on a back-up external drive that is currently in-op...I'll see if I can find them on a separate back-up source and will try to make the time to find a different hosting site.

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GaryBF...Check your email please.


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Posting two photos for BigJoe. Contents of box are unknown. This box appears to be smaller than the usual gray box of the period. The approximate size is 10.5 X 7 inches. Does anyone out there know what gun it contained?

BIGjoe1 by GaryBF, on Flickr

Bigjoe2 by GaryBF, on Flickr
 
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I have a few, but want more!!!





I believe this is from 1953//1954



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Posting two photos for BigJoe. Contents of box are unknown. This box appears to be smaller than the usual gray box of the period. The approximate size is 10.5 X 7 inches. Does anyone out there know what gun it contained?

BIGjoe1 by GaryBF, on Flickr

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This box had a very short lifespan. You can call it the transition box between the gray cardboard box and the larger gray plastic case. Some of the very early P229s were delivered in this box inside the labeled hard outer cardboard box. You can see that there is a space for a lock in addition to the extra mag, but there is no room for the manual, which was placed outside.

Here is an example, an New Old Stock AC prefixed P229 that was on Guns America several years ago.
https://www.gunsamerica.com/97...IN-GERMANY-FRAME.htm
 
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I believe this is from 1953//1954




This belongs to the Danish Army's P210 (m/49).

According to ForgottenWeapons.com, "Denmark adopted the gun as the m/49 in 1949, and would purchase a total of just under 27,000 of them. In 1995 many were surplussed, and purchased by Hammerli for retain resale."
https://www.forgottenweapons.c...rvice-pistol-by-sig/
 
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I only have one a P365.
 
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I need this box in my life; actually, I need about 5 of them, anybody have any they're interested in giving away or even selling if the condition is good.





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+ Sig Sauer P225 9MM
+ Sig Sauer P226 Two-Tone .40
+ Sig Sauer P228 9MM
+ Sig Sauer P229 .357(.40)
+ Sig Sauer P229 SAS .40 SW
+ Sig Sauer 1911 Carry Nightmare .45
+ Sig Sauer M11-A1 9MM
+ Sig Sauer SIG516 Patrol 5.56 / .223
+ Sig Sauer P365 9MM
 
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