Rare Swiss SIG P210 Mag Floor Plate - Free Ship!
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8/11/2017 11:39 AM
Item 678911343
Location Winterville, NC 28590
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Offered Here is a RARE Extended Magazine Base Plate for Vintage Swiss-Made SIG P210s - No Reserve and Ships FREE anywhere in the USA!

This magazine base plate came installed on a P210 magazine that I got directly from a source in Germany. The base plate is used but the condition is very good, especially the plastic extension that is visible when the magazine is seated. The extension causes the magazine to fit relatively tightly with SIG's European-style magazine release when the pistol is wearing OEM or similar grips, as shown in the photos provided here. [Obviously, the magazine body and the pistol shown in the photos are not included in this auction.] Please send me an email if you have any questions. As soon as your payment is received, within 7 days of the auction ending, I will ship your part by USPS Priority Mail anywhere in the 50 US states for FREE. I will supply you with the tracking number and provide feedback on Gunbroker.com as soon as I see that it has been delivered.

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[Information added 2/19/2017 12:03:13 PM]
To answer a question; yes, it appears that the plastic bumper can be removed using the two screws shown in the photo. No, I will not attempt it, but you can when you buy it!

[Information added 3/27/2017 11:12:45 AM]
I was told that the prime use of these extended floor plates is to keep the butt and heel magazine release from contacting a shooting bench or rest.
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