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benbangui
08-04-2011, 9:09 PM
so here is a list of the SIGs on the roster:
http://certguns.doj.ca.gov/safeguns_resp.asp

it says P226R blued... that is what my gun is... but it is the SCT model...

so it has night sights and front serrations with E2 grip...

it says on my box P226R, 9, SCT, nitron, slite, DA/SA

so even though the roster doesnt specify my EXACT accessories that came with the gun... does it still classify as the P226 blued...?


http://i1196.photobucket.com/albums/aa410/benbenlala/pix195550738.jpg

i have the standard 10 rnd mags not the 20+1 that are in the pic....

i really hope i can sell this thing in cali threw mail. but if its not on the roster i wont be able to :(
thanks in advanced for your help :)

Plisk
08-04-2011, 9:11 PM
Off-list unfortunately.

benbangui
08-04-2011, 9:12 PM
Off-list unfortunately.

stink :( well thanks for the fast reply :)

benbangui
08-04-2011, 9:20 PM
You can still get it if there is a shop that can get guns through single shot conversion. I know two in south bay, which is like 40 minutes away from Santa Cruz.
I remember that VA charges $70 for the exemption if you buy a gun online, but you might wanna call them to double check, or they might just order one themselves. They're still opened. +1 (408) 957-0600


well its not that i want to get the gun. its that i own the gun and want to sell it. over here in HI, not a lot of people appreciate the "better things" when it comes to firearms lol. so ill probably end up selling it for way less then its worth over here :(

unusedusername
08-04-2011, 9:28 PM
The roster here is nuts. It has to be the exact part number of the one on the roster or its counted as "off roster".

Even changing the color can make it "off roster".

You can try putting it up on the classifieds, as there are shops here that will single shot it, just be aware that it will cost the buyer ~$100 to import it and price accordingly.

Just remember to take apart any 10+ round mags before shipping...

Krak
08-04-2011, 9:34 PM
The Sig Sauer website says it's "CA compliant"

http://www.sigsauer.com/CatalogProductDetails/p226.aspx

InGrAM
08-04-2011, 9:51 PM
Ya, that happens a lot. People fall in love with a gun online or in a magazine and it is not on the DOJ roster. SS exempt it or get a leo buddy to buy it for you.

@ Krak: Sig messes up a lot on their website with CA compliant pistols. One day a gun is CA DOJ compliant and the next it is not (on sigs website). It just happened with the German 226 and it happened with the 238 awhile ago.

yzernie
08-04-2011, 10:58 PM
The Sig Sauer website says it's "CA compliant"

http://www.sigsauer.com/CatalogProductDetails/p226.aspx
This link is not for the SCT model the OP mentioned. If memory serves me correctly, the SCT models are no longer Sig cataloged items.

Plisk
08-05-2011, 2:14 AM
The Sig Sauer website says it's "CA compliant"

http://www.sigsauer.com/CatalogProductDetails/p226.aspx

Linked is a basic P226R, not the SCT model.

This link is not for the SCT model the OP mentioned. If memory serves me correctly, the SCT models are no longer Sig cataloged items.

I think you're right, I don't see one in any of my price lists.

advocatusdiaboli
08-05-2011, 8:35 PM
The dreaded "Roster" strikes again. When will this pathetic excuse for gun control that serves no constructive purpose other than to make our right harder to exercise go away?