GUN P250

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  1. Black Baby Jesus

    Black Baby Jesus OT Supporter

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    what are your thoughts on this gun? Just saw it in Rifleman. Gimmickey?
     
  2. Painkiller

    Painkiller The Synarchy of Molten Bones

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    I would like to shoot a full size frame .45, but I don't think they have made that version yet.
     
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    fwiw
     
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    I have one in 9mm and I like it. It fits good, feels good, trigger is long but oh so smooth and really pretty nice. It's long but not stiff, it's a slick, smooth trigger so long isn't so bad, and it's consistent every time. The gun has a good balance loaded, not so good with no mag, but it's nice. Also, the trigger group comes completely out so cleaning is very easy, even all the internal stuff. And the receiver is the trigger group with the serial showing through a window in the frame, which means the "grip" is a big plastic piece you supposedly can get separately and interchange, which means you're not hurting anything if you hack on it to make it fit your hand better.

    I would like to have a .40 slide/mag/barrel for it but havent' found one yet. Overall I'm pleased with it, although it was loaned to me by my dad, don't know that I would have bought it myself.
     
  5. Black Baby Jesus

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    that's what I saw in the magazine, interchangeable frames, slides, barrels, everything. You can buy and mix and match compact vs. full size vs. sub and 9mm vs. 45 vs 40 vs 357 tons of variations you can accomplish with the same handgun.
     
  6. James Hook

    James Hook Never trust a government that doesn't trust its ow

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    Yep, I love mine. I have the .40 and have had 0 issues in 500 rounds.
    Easy take down, love the sites, and it fits great in my hand.
    The trigger is long but smooth. I personally like it but others who are used to shooting XD's or Glocks will find it odd for sure.
     
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    Admitted I shouldn't be on OT right now.

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    Sold mine
     
  8. MaximaDrvr

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    The GF just bought one.

    I have put about 50 rounds through it myself, and she has a couple hundred rounds through it.

    Trigger is long, but consistant. Decent break.
    Easy take down and cleaning.

    Haven't had any problems yet with any cheap practice ammo.
     

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