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Anyone know anywhere that sells a build kit for a Sig? I don't need an 80%, but I know similar kits are sold with 80% lowers. I  just need the parts to build out a frame and slide. 

I know we have some guys here that do similar with Glocks.

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You looking to do a 320 or classic P series, both come in 80% flavors?

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Check Gunbroker and other auction site. They sometimes have parts kits that include just about everything except the frame. 

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14 hours ago, Erich said:

You looking to do a 320 or classic P series, both come in 80% flavors?

No I may end up with a 226 frame. 

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I've been looking around for A SIG P-365 SAS complete slide assembly with barrel and springs to put on my P-365XL.  I found one at Sig but it only comes with the non-ported slide only, no barrel  Smallgunparts.com has what I want but its way more than i want to spend.  Anyone have any ideas where else to look? I also tried gunbroker and Buds with no luck.

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Keep watching GB.  Like Grayfox54 said, they have parts for the plastic SIGs come up.  I've bought interesting things a couple of times.  They're not on there constantly, but keep checking.  

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On 7/2/2020 at 3:52 PM, Defender said:

I've been looking around for A SIG P-365 SAS complete slide assembly with barrel and springs to put on my P-365XL.  I found one at Sig but it only comes with the non-ported slide only, no barrel  Smallgunparts.com has what I want but its way more than i want to spend.  Anyone have any ideas where else to look? I also tried gunbroker and Buds with no luck.

Offered me a 10% military/Leo discount so I went ahead and ordered it from them.  They said I should have it next week.  I’ll post my experience with them after.

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