The Sig Sauer P250 was designed specifically to address the needs of the military, law enforcement, and civilian shooters around the world. Its innovative design enables the shooter to quickly remove the functional mechanism and place it into the polymer grip of choice. This allows an immediate change in caliber and size (subcompact, compact, and full). The P250's modularity provides incredible ease of maintenance and a solution for accommodating different hand sizes. There are six different ergonomic combinations for each size, accomplished by changes in grip circumference and trigger style. The P250 is available with contrast or Siglite night sights.
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Type : Pistol
Action : Double Action
Caliber : 9mm
Barrel Length : 4.7"
Capacity : 17 + 1
Safety : No Manual
Grips : Interchangeable Polymer
Sights : Contrast Sights
Weight : 29.4 oz
Finish : Black
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Submitted By: JOHN W. On 02/16/2017
FYI, these guns have a gen 1 and gen 2. The difference is mostly the hand grip portion and magazines. Only gen 1 mags will fit in gen 1 hand grip. Also, the gen 1 has a proprietary rail that is curved instead of flat. So, be careful when buying accessories. I have both gen 1 and 2. I don't have a preference over either. They both are great guns. If you want to put on lights and such, then make sure you have the gen 2.
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Submitted By: Patrick R. On 12/27/2012
I've owned this gun for over a year now and have only had two FTE's due to the cheap ammo I was shooting. That's out of 2000 rounds or so. All together it is a great gun for the money.
You will need to get used to the trigger pull though. It is quit long but once you get used to the sweet spot, it's all good. The mags are a little pricey but a little searching around the net will save you some money. Hope this helps.
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