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Old 08-15-2013, 10:37 AM   #21
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I have the P250 Compact; very nice shooting pistol, super smooth trigger, easy to break it down to clean, accurate, what's not to like? I don't carry it much, bit big for that IMO, but it's a good nightstand gun for me.
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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.
Any value of these two?
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Any value of these two?
Maybe $550 used. As far as a rare combo...you can buy the pistol (any size, any caliber) then buy the expansion kit (any size, any caliber). So there is no real "hard to find" combo.
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Search "Sig Sauer P250 2Sum". You'll see them for sale new and used. Nice combo though.
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Maybe $550 used. As far as a rare combo...you can buy the pistol (any size, any caliber) then buy the expansion kit (any size, any caliber). So there is no real "hard to find" combo.
$550 used? I understand that the 250 are new one pistol at $460. So I'd say the gun in the condition it was in was at minimum was $420 I mean it is perfect. The frame, slide, barrel and spring for a fourty you think cost $150 even if its used is a little bit crazy. I think it seems very rare to find the combo of these two pistols "together". Look it up if you don't believe me. The 9mm is subcompact the .40 is compact.
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$550 used? I understand that the 250 are new one pistol at $460. So I'd say the gun in the condition it was in was at minimum was $420 I mean it is perfect. The frame, slide, barrel and spring for a fourty you think cost $150 even if its used is a little bit crazy. I think it seems very rare to find the combo of these two pistols "together". Look it up if you don't believe me. The 9mm is subcompact the .40 is compact.
Are you the one buying or selling?
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I believe each grip frame comes in three sizes. So you have nine different frames to choose from. I have a full size, small grip frame, and a subcompact small grip frame. Also the short trigger is relatively easy to swap out. There are sleeves available that allow the use of longer, higher capacity magazines. So if you found that the subcompact frame was a little short you could put a sleeve on a compact length mag and use it to give you support for your pinky finger. Of course you could accomplish the same thing by buying a compact sized frame. The neat thing is that the components can be found and purchased on eBay and sent through the mail. Even barrels and slides if you want to change calibers.
And with that in mind I will mention that I have had trouble with the subcompact in 380. It will not feed reliably.
I purchased another hammer/trigger group, which required an ffl, and with the components on hand was able to put together a subcompact and a full sized pistol. Both function flawlessly, and shoot well.
The 250 is like Lego for adults. Lol.
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They're OK if you don't mind using two fingers to pull the trigger. Sold mine. Did not like it at all.
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Surprised to hear this Mongo, the 250 has IMHO a very good DA pull.
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I picked a rental 250 compact in 9mm for $200.00 from a dealer that was going out of business, it has an excellent DA trigger pull, guessing because it was a rental and probably shot a lot.
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