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Jan 18, 2012 Here's my addition to the P-220 list. P-220 in 9mm. European mag release, lanyard, made in W. Germany and it all came in the blue cardboard Sig box with three magazines, no target. Everything in excellent condition. Serial Number G 124 9XX on frame and slide with slide dated JD (1983). Slide marked Sig Sauer, Sig Arms Exeter NH. No import marks. Look for two letters on the front of the slide. JE would be 84 or 1984 date of manufacture. Sig Sauer Date Code: A = 0 B = 1 C = 2 D = 3 E = 4 F = 5. Aug 18, 2017 Your P320 serial number can be found by looking on the right side of the pistol grip. The serial number will be stamped into the receiver.
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Sorry. Yes I meant to say barrel and slide. Serial numbers on the frame are mandated by the ATFE. The DE on the barrel means it was produced in the Germany (Deutchland). I have two newer SIGs (P229R and P239) that both have DE on the barrel.
I don't believe SIG started putting DE on the barrels until around 2009. I also don't think SIG started using E2 grips til around the same time. Your 2003 SIG would not have come from the factory with E2 grips, or a barrel with DE on it. The 'Elite' models didn't come out until later, also. This means the slide is probably not original to the frame. Elite models also have the extended beavertail. I'm guessing yours does not have this. This leads me to believe your gun is either a Frankensig, or more likely was a CPO (certified pre-owned). I have seen CPO guns with many non-original parts. Did your gun by any chance come with a red box or case? That's the tell tale sign it's CPO. Anyhow, it's still a SIG, and probably a great shooter.