Beware the man who only has one gun. He probably knows how to use it! - John Steinbeck
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Grumpy, sell those SIG's in the Classifieds.
Risk the consequences of honesty...
Just to be clear, no. The P250 FCU has a hammer, it is absolutely not compatible with the P320. The only things they share are the grip modules (and that depends on generations with the slide release) and the magazines.
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Have two compacts already in 40 and 45. Would love to have a full size in 10mm.
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Thanks for the clarification.
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yeah that whole modular gun concept is never gonna go any wear
I like my mid sized p250 in .380, Bought a sub compact grip and switched it out. The pistol is a little thick but is light weight. Just wish the mags were a lot cheaper.
SIG currently has subcompact 12-round mags for the P250 .380 on sale for $8.99.
I hope that is still going until I get paid. I will buy a few then.
I have now owned five, still have the sc’s in .40 S&W and 9mm and a c in 9mm. I fold the f .45 due to it’s size and the c .40 because it only had one mag. I got a deal on SP2022/2340 .40/.357 mags and bought the mags and both a 2022 and a 2340 in .40. I like the P250 series of guns.
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Man there are a lot of old threads being resurrected. What was this called, necroposting?
And as for the topic, one year removed from my previous post in the thread: still 'nyet'.
I have a sub compact, even bought the exchange kit for the compact size.
I cut down the compact frames to fit the sub compact slide. I found it a nice gun but lost interest in it and now it just sits in the safe.
Overall I liked the gun, but never was able to shoot it that well.
I probably should just sell it off.
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I bought one when they first came out and just didn't warm to it at all. The trigger was the issue for me. I doubt they will bring them back.
Polymer frame, striker fired is the going thing even though, I know, HK does polymer frame hammer fired, but still.
If the trigger had been SA/DA and shorter pull, I might have been more inclined to have kept the gun.
I bought a P250 compact in 9mm last year and would really like a sub compact .... but they seem to be few and far between on gun broker....
I messed up and saw what looked like a sub compact conversion on the Sig Web site and paid top retail for it and it was actually a Compact conversion....
So, I think I might look for a 357 compact...
Yes. I initially ignored my 250 that I got used for a great price. Once I fired it I loved it. I went to find another and discovered they had been killed off. I managed to find four more in various sizes. Three sit in boxes in the safe, two are out for carry. My wife prefers the 320, so she has some of those. I caught a couple of sales early on, so we have an ammo can full of magazines, including 8 21 rounders.
I would love a redesign. Make it DA/SA as was originally designed on the German gun, which was only 9mm. It had a DA/SA design with 3mm reset on the subsequent SA shots.
Thin it down some, make it between sub and compact size. Make it more “squarish SIG like”
They could make a 250 “P365 version that works-maybe”
Just traded my G26 gen 4 for a 3 sum p250. A full, compact and sub compact. Slides, grips and mags.
I Shoot it as well or better than the Glock.
Good trade for me.
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