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Old 02-23-2013, 12:50 AM   #11
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I just bought a p250., I'm now looking for a laser and a light , any recommendations?
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Old 02-23-2013, 01:46 AM   #12
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i think you will be very haqppy with a p250 sub compact if you have small hands ,mine are a little large but i still love it .
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Old 02-28-2013, 02:50 AM   #13
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I absolutely love my 9mm Fullsize 250! It's been a great firearm and a joy to shoot. The only thing I wouldn't mind is a little less travel for the trigger but all around awesome gun.
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I absolutely love my 9mm Fullsize 250! It's been a great firearm and a joy to shoot. The only thing I wouldn't mind is a little less travel for the trigger but all around awesome gun.
Have you considered getting the short trigger? Does not alter the pull, but the trigger is 1/3 inch skinnier.
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Old 03-01-2013, 09:46 PM   #15
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Have you considered getting the short trigger? Does not alter the pull, but the trigger is 1/3 inch skinnier.
It's not so much the size of the trigger. I have big hands and the gun fits very well, I just prefer a crisper pull but I'm not overly concerned with it begins its more of a plinking/home defense firearm
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I first got my p250 in a full size 45. I liked it ,but it was just that...a full size 45. I have since bought the sub compact 357 sig expansion kit and the compact 9mm kit. I must say, I love this gun. I prefer to keep it sub compact 357 sig but ,yes, ammo is a bit steep. It is perfect for this ammo shortage as I have more choices to shoot when I do come across ammo.

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I've had one before and I was pleased with it's performance. having a double action only gun keeps the accidental discharges down to a minimum. I got rid of mine to go back to a 1911. That's what I am comfortable carrying and shooting.
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I'm looking at buying a compact conceal carry pistol. What do y'all suggest the Sig p250 or Beretta px4 storm?
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Bought a 250 in .40 about 2 years ago and really like it (plus I got a smoking good deal from a co-worker of my brother who needed quick money). Interestingly some of my younger shooting buddies hate it! Thev've made reference to several things but I suspect in reality they just don't shoot it well/and or are not comfortable with DA only pistols. Coming first from wheeled pistols I have easily found it accurate, reliable, and a joy to shoot. Can't complain...
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Anyone got a value for those two pistols? I got the .40 subcompact and the 9mm combo p250. What is a average price for these two. He said it was a hard combo to find together is that true.
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