Pistole, SIG Sauer, P229, Kal. 9mm Para, #AM97749, Hogue Gummigriff mit Fingerrillen, Zustand: A [WES]
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2.American Customers, please be advised that many of the firearms presented in this auction can be legally imported at reasonable cost to the USA, but it is solely your responsibility to first check your local, state, and federal laws in order to ensure that the specific firearm(s) that you want to purchase can, in fact, be legally imported.
3.Please keep in mind that importing firearms to the USA is more profitable when you purchase good quality, and multiple firearms per shipment. If you are not a Gundealer/Firearms importer, we can supply you with a professional US-based firearms importer that can arrange everything for you at a reasonable price.
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A+ Weapon appears unshot/unused. Often, but not always with its original box. Should a presentation case be included with the gun, its condition is not graded.
A Like A+, but with a very isolated, virtually unnoticeable blemish.
B Taking into account the weapon?s age and total surface area, a fresh condition with very few and finely perceived traces of wear.
C Taking into account the weapon?s age and total surface area, shallow instances of surface wearing appearing locally or distributed over parts of the surface area.
D Taking into account the weapon?s age and total surface area, shallow to deeper instances of surface wearing largely distributed over the entire surface area.
E Taking into account the weapon?s age and total surface area, significant damage, with possibility of deep gouging of the surface, as well as broken or missing parts.
Please note that all objects are graded only based on their outward appearance and collector?s value. Firearms are not test fired nor examined by us for their functionality! We therefore assume no responsiblity whatsoever for the subsequent test firing of firearms, their use or misuse after having been sold through our auctionhouse. All of our descriptions, in particular, but not limited to condition, issues of potential repair or restoration, estimates, caliber, genuineness, types of materials used, markings, dates, etc are meant soley as an orientation and are purely nothing more than our personal opinion, presented to the best of our knowledge. Despite our sincerest efforts to assist our clients, in accordance to Art. 12, 13 & 14 of our English Auction conditions, we make no warranties or guarantees, implied or otherwise. During the viewing there is ample time for prospective buyers to carefully examine all objects and decide whether or not they would like to bid on them or not. Complaints from buyers, after they have successfully bid on an item, will therefore not be accepted.
ANT - Antiques: Under Swiss law, all edged weapons produced before 1900, and all firearms produced before 1870.
IDV - A Weapon?s Transfer Contract is required for purchase by Swiss citizens and holders of the Swiss C Permit (except as cited in Art. 12 WV and Art. 7 WG). Required for this contract is a Swiss ID, Swiss Pass, or permit C, together with a valid original certificate from the Swiss police registry (not older than 3 months). Export of this firearm is subject to the Goods Control Ordinance.*
IDVK - A Weapon?s Transfer Contract is required for purchase by Swiss citizens and holders of the Swiss C Permit (except as cited in Art. 12 WV and Art. 7 WG). Required for this contract is a Swiss ID, Swiss Pass, or permit C, together with a valid original certificate from the Swiss police registry (not older than 3 months). Export of this firearm is subject to the Swiss War Material laws.*
WES - A Swiss Cantonal Weapons Permit is required for acquisition.*
SON - Prohibited Weapon, Cantonal Special Exemption Permit is required for acquisition.*
BLA - Swords and other edged weapons.
LIT - Literature.
DIV - Varia.