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Old 06-29-2014, 01:49 PM   #1
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P250 vs. P320

I've got the Sig bug again. When did Sig come out with the P250? I know the P320 was at this year's SHOT show but I'm not certain about the P250. Similarities of each? Differences between the two? I'd really like to buy before the Sig offer ends which is in August. Guess I'm going to call my local sports shop tomorrow.
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Old 06-29-2014, 04:37 PM   #2
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About 5 or more years ago.

Grips are very similar, the 250 is DAO hammer fire control. The 320 is the first Sig that is a Striker fired model like glock.

I have 2 p250s and at current pricing I have observed, the best option for the rebate.

The p250 compact mags should be identical to the p320 carry model (15 rnd - 9mm)
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If I do get another I'm almost positive I'd get the P320 carry but like I said I'll have to call my local sport store. I hate indecision.
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Basically, the only differences between the P250 and P320 are the firing mechanism (P320 is striker-fired, P250 is hammer-fired and double-action only), and the price.

Personally, I'd much rather have a P320, even with the price difference. I used to own a P250, and just couldn't get over the loooooong trigger pull. The P320 on the other hand, appears to have a pretty good trigger, according to reviews I've seen.
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I'm still waiting for my LGS to have the 320 in Stock so I can personally handle one and get the feel of it. I've tried my friends glock 19 and I like the trigger on it.
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All the difference is in the firing mechanism, same grips, same mags.

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Basically, the only differences between the P250 and P320 are the firing mechanism (P320 is striker-fired, P250 is hammer-fired and double-action only), and the price.



Personally, I'd much rather have a P320, even with the price difference. I used to own a P250, and just couldn't get over the loooooong trigger pull. The P320 on the other hand, appears to have a pretty good trigger, according to reviews I've seen.

I would totally agree with your trigger statements here too, as I have eluded to that on other p320 reviews here. The p320 although striker fire, it does feel pretty nice and crisp. I have not bought one YET because I really love my SRT's so far, only time will tell....



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About 5 or more years ago.

Grips are very similar, the 250 is DAO hammer fire control. The 320 is the first Sig that is a Striker fired model like glock.

I have 2 p250s and at current pricing I have observed, the best option for the rebate.

The p250 compact mags should be identical to the p320 carry model (15 rnd - 9mm)

Grips are exactly the same minus the markings. Mags are exactly the same.

Shoot, P250/320 .45 mags seem to also be exactly the same as the P227 minus the baseplate.


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The only thing that makes me nervous is that there really isn't a safety lever or anything like that. I do have a P226 so would that be similar to the P320?
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Just got off the phone with my LGS and they don't have the P320 carry. Frustrated. So I looked at GunBroker.com. What would be the acceptable maximum price to pay for a P320 compact?
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As long as you follow the rules of safe gun handling, you shouldn't need a manual safety.
Unlike the P226 (which doesn't have a manual safety either, only a decocker), which is a double-action to single-action transition, the P320 is striker-fired, and has the exact same trigger pull for every shot.
Just like a Glock, M&P, XD, Steyr M9, PPQ, etc. None of those guns come standard with a manual safety, and as long as YOU are safe, these guns are safe.
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Psa had the 250 on sale a few weeks ago for $349

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Well, I put in a bid on GunBroker.com. As far as prices go, what is the fair maximum price one would pay on a new P320?
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After a quick search, they appear to be going for around $550.00 online.
I would probably personally be ok paying $600.00, but that's about it.
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