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Old 01-04-2017, 02:07 PM   #1
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250 short trigger ?

Hi...

I have a couple question about these short triggers for the p250 that maybe someone can help me with:

- (1) does any one know where I can get one ??
- (2) do I even want one ??

While I know no one can really answer (2) for me, does anyone have any experience with them? The fit of the stock trigger is fine for me but I'm looking to try and shorten the "perceived" travel on my p250...

I'm really trying not to buy a P320.... but the allure of a shorter trigger is definitely growing on me. Any input or advice is appreciated !!
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Old 01-08-2017, 07:44 AM   #2
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The difference is roughly 16th of and in or .06 inches in reach. Trigger pull length will still be the same.

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yeah, I tthought about the short trigger also and did find the posted video which indicates that the "slim" trigger wont do much to alleviate the issue


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my jerking which I attribute to my finger getting tired of the long pull is causing me to hit low left very often. I too have been trying not to buy the p320 and sticking with my p250 but its getting harder and harder....


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P250 DAO = long trigger pull (no matter how thick the trigger is).

Sounds like you've given it your best effort and I think you should get the 320 now. Hope that helps.
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I installed the short reach trigger in a 250 for the wife. After testing she determined that the original trigger worked the best. No I do not still have the trigger, it was sent to another SigTalk member recently.
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Thanks for all the replies and info...

Well my endeavor to stick with my 250s has wavered and after much deliberation I went ahead and picked up a 320. Just from dry firing I can say this is trigger is much more to my liking...

Hopefully I'll be able get out tomorrow and put some lead through it !!
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I actually own both now, the 320 and the 250, I can say with confidence that I enjoy the 320 trigger way better, being a former Glock guy its the one that feels the most similar. The 250 trigger has way too much play on the trigger reset than I'm used to.

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I actually own both now, the 320 and the 250, I can say with confidence that I enjoy the 320 trigger way better, being a former Glock guy its the one that feels the most similar. The 250 trigger has way too much play on the trigger reset than I'm used to.

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I agree Andy, somewhere I read that the 320 is really what the 250 "should have been". Having them both for myself I too agree with that. I truly enjoyed everything about my 250s "except" the trigger. I find my self wishing I had waited a couple years on buying the 250s.... now I gotta try and off em
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I agree Andy, somewhere I read that the 320 is really what the 250 "should have been". Having them both for myself I too agree with that. I truly enjoyed everything about my 250s "except" the trigger. I find my self wishing I had waited a couple years on buying the 250s.... now I gotta try and off em
I got the 250 on accident myself. I was doing research on a CC pistol (Walther PPS M2 which I have and love) but the thing is I kept seeing the 320 show up as a bad mother as well. Didn't pay a whole lot of attention since i was after the PPS. I was in a gun shop one day and saw the 250 for cheap and snatched it up (while waiting for my PPS) thinking it was the 320. Doahh!!! Didn't realise my mistake until i got home. Damn impulse buying with a pocket full of cash.

Still love my 250 but am on the way to range today and i am going to rent a 320 and shoot all 3 side by side.
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I got the 250 on accident myself. I was doing research on a CC pistol (Walther PPS M2 which I have and love) but the thing is I kept seeing the 320 show up as a bad mother as well. Didn't pay a whole lot of attention since i was after the PPS. I was in a gun shop one day and saw the 250 for cheap and snatched it up (while waiting for my PPS) thinking it was the 320. Doahh!!! Didn't realise my mistake until i got home. Damn impulse buying with a pocket full of cash.



Still love my 250 but am on the way to range today and i am going to rent a 320 and shoot all 3 side by side.


I'll be interested in what you think... The 250 has a very good trigger for what it is, maybe even one of the best (DAO) it just doesn't belong on an auto loader in IMO. I will say though, as a carry pistol it is very comfortable (as far as safety is concerned) and it's my understanding this is what Sig was after.
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I'll be interested in what you think... The 250 has a very good trigger for what it is, maybe even one of the best (DAO) it just doesn't belong on an auto loader in IMO. I will say though, as a carry pistol it is very comfortable (as far as safety is concerned) and it's my understanding this is what Sig was after.
Just my luck i got there 20 min after they opened and someone already had the 320 rented. Woah is me. I will go back and shoot it when I have time.
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If anyone happens across this post and has a short trigger, I would be interested in it. I picked up a 250 today and it is about a fraction of an inch too far. I was thinking of taking some surface area off with a dremel.
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I'll be interested in what you think... The 250 has a very good trigger for what it is, maybe even one of the best (DAO) it just doesn't belong on an auto loader in IMO. I will say though, as a carry pistol it is very comfortable (as far as safety is concerned) and it's my understanding this is what Sig was after.
Why not? I consider mine a high capacity revolver with a hellacious trigger job

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If anyone happens across this post and has a short trigger, I would be interested in it. I picked up a 250 today and it is about a fraction of an inch too far. I was thinking of taking some surface area off with a dremel.
You might also consider changing grip modules. The Small has a deeper curvature to the backstrap than the Medium, which moves the trigger finger forward in relation to the trigger.

The Medium is on the left and the Small is on the right in the photo below.
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