SigSauer never made frames like those as part of their product line, and I doubt they ever made anything like that in their custom shop. Also, if you go to the KT Ordnance website and read about his manufacturing process, it is very evident on the 1911 frame that it was made with the process that KT Ordnance uses. SigSauer makes their frames on much more expensive machines, and each one is made from one piece of metal. KT Ordnance makes his KT-1911 and made his KT-228 frames from 2 halves which are then permanently attached. Close examination should reveal that the KT-228 frame was made from 2 halves. A mere glance would reveal that the KT-1911 has a seam where the 2 halves are brazed together. SigSauer never made pistol frames from 2 halves and brazed them together because with their equipment they don't need to. Check out the links I put in my first post on this thread to get the whole story. I never got a receipt for the unfinished frames, but Mr. Celata gave a statement to an investigator indicating that he did in fact sell them to me in 2004 and that I then machined them at his shop with his equipment. The prosecutor said he wants to cross-examine Mr. Celata, who lives in Montana now. I believe that the cops are being vindictive because I had filed complaints against them in the past with the State Attorney General's office and the City Manager after I discovered that they were blatantly violating the law and the chief told me that he didn't care what the law said and that he expected me to follow his rules, which he made up as it suited him. Earlier this year I discovered that they were still blatantly violating the law, but I didn't do anything about it this time because nobody will hold them accountable for what they do, and complaining will only result in more unwanted attention on me.