No. 100-200 USD or so.
No published sn data I am aware of.
Could have been Erma, Rohm, RG, Sauer or any of a half dozen others.
You will have to contact SIG and request a letter.
You will have to call Sig Sauer to find out
It was proofed in 2006
You will have to call SIG to find out.
You will have to call SIG
No published sn data that I am aware of.
SIG will tell you if you call
You will have to contact SIG to find out.
The SIG Sauer P226 has been modified for suppessor installation.
it is definitely the sig sauer sp2022
you must call SIG to find out.
100-1000 depending on specifics
No published sn data that I know of.
SIG sn's are not in the public domain. You will have to call them.
You will have to call SIG to find out. No published data.
You will have to call Sig Sauer to find out.
Provide a detailed description of ALL markings.
No public domain sn data I know of.
SIG offers factory letters for a resonable price.
L9 is SA, P226 is SA/DA
You must contact SIG to find out.
You will have to contact Sig. They offfer a sn letter for a reasonable fee.
You will have to call SIG. They also offer a letter for a resonable price.
You will have to call SIG.
Recommend you call SIG directly.
I am unaware of any published serial number data. The Blue Book of Gun Values might have a range of years of production.
No known sn data published.
No published sn data I know of
No published sn data that I know of. Cal SIG and they will tell you.
No data published. Firm is in Suhl, Germany.
glock 17, berreta m9, colt 1911, sig sauer p226
They carry Sig Sauer p226s in .45 cal
Most likely a small semi-automatic pistol
Gibbs uses a sig sauer p228 pistol.
Sig Sauer P229 chambered in .40 is pretty good
You will need to contact SIG
Impossible to put a value on a firearm with just a serial number. You must provide a detailed description of all markings, condition, finish, box, papers, accessories, etc..
Old catalogs would be a starting place
The standard issue pistol is the Beretta M9, which is a variant of the Beretta 92 series. Other pistols issued to select units for niche role applications include the Sig Sauer P226, Sig Sauer P229, and Heckler & Koch USP45.
Yes. unless you live in a locale with very restrictive guns laws. Go to the Sig Sauer website to view their product lineup.
No published serial number listing I know of. You can all SIG at 603 418 8102 and request a SIG OFFICIAL DATE OF MANUFACTURE CERTIFICATE for $12.95, takes about 2-3 weeks.
50-200 or so. Check the auction sites for what they are bringing.
sig sauer p225 Personally, I'd be more inclined towards the P226.
If you follow all the federal laws and have the money, yes.