Here are some snapshots of a new SIG Sauer® P210 duty pistol for a customer, which I imagine might get him some serious points on style.
I assembled it in nearly finished form just tonight for the first time, and wanted to get some pics up. Yes, Daddy’s been busy chiseling away on his backlog, one pistol at a time. I humbly submit this piece in the hope that my clients will be encouraged that the results will justify their patience with me as their turn comes up.
Nothing comes easy or simply with a P210 build. There are no custom parts or routine modifications available, and thus I made everything you see here.
New sight dovetails for the Trijicon HD night sight set that miraculously zeroes perfectly; the beavertail work; the ambi safety that I’m not happy with yet, and will reshape; the frame reinforcement to accomodate the handmade American style mag release; integrated Picatinny equipment rail; 360-degree magazine well with new lanyard loop anchor; recheckered grips; 30LPI hand checkering.
This is what more than 120 hours at the bench looks like, give or take a few details to clean up. I’m going to go have a nice glass of merlot now.
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