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Sig P229 .40 W/ 2 Holsters

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I've decided to part with my Sig P229 .40 non rail. Barrel and feed ramp have been polished. New recoil spring. Trijicon night sights but no longer burning. Comes with 2 mags, 1 10 rd, 1 12 rd. Safariland ALS paddle holster and a Comp-Tac CTac IWB holster. Gun is in good shape. Asking $700 for the lot. Can meet in Athens or Crossville. Thanks for looking.

 

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