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Sig-Sauer P226ST (all-stainless) chambered in .357 Sig—photos taken on 09/18/2005:
Sig-Sauer P226 X-5 Competition chambered in 9mm, wearing Nill Rhomlas wood Bianchi/PPC grips (part number SS08X8)—photos taken on 02/05/2006:
The same Sig-Sauer P226 X-5 Competition chambered in 9mm, but wearing its standard grips, without the extended magazine well, and with a 10-round magazine—photos taken on 02/19/2006:
Sig-Sauer P228 chambered in 9mm—photos taken on 10/11/2005:
Sig-Sauer P228 Two-Tone chambered in 9mm, wearing Nill Rhomlas wood combat grips (part number SS0558)—photos taken on 11/26/2005:
Sig-Sauer P229 SAS chambered in .40 Auto—photos taken on 09/28/2005:
The same Sig-Sauer P229 SAS, but chambered in .357 Sig, and wearing Nill Rhomlas wood combat grips (part number SS1558)—photos taken on 01/12/2006:
Sig-Sauer P229ST chambered in .40 Auto—photos taken on 10/26/2005:
Sig-Sauer P229 chambered in .357 Sig wearing Nill stippled wood combat grips (part number SS055)—photos taken on 01/22/2003:
Sig-Sauer P229 chambered in .357 Sig wearing Hogue rubber wrap-around finger-groove grips (part number 28000)—photos taken on 01/22/2003:
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