Sig Sauer P250 Subcompact with Accessory Rail

posted on June 10, 2011

Featuring the medium grip contoured to fit most hand sizes, the new P250 Subcompact allows users to mount lights and lasers on the smallest P250 frame. SIGLITE Night Sights are standard on the Nitron–coated, one-piece stainless steel slide.

The modular fire control system of the P250 allows users to choose the caliber, barrel length and frame size to fit their needs. Available in 9 mm, .40 S&W and .357 SIG, the P250 Subcompact offers a consistent 6.5 double-action-only trigger pull.

An ambidextrous slide-catch lever and reversible magazine catch makes the P250 user-friendly for both right- and left-handed shooters. With 12 rounds of 9 mm or 10 rounds of .40 S&W or .357 SIG, the P250 Subcompact offers substantial firepower for a concealed carry pistol.

P250® Subcompact with Accessory Rail
Caliber 9 mm .40 S&W / .357 SIG
Magazine Capacity 12 10
Trigger Pull DAO: 6.5 pound average
Overall Length 6.7 inches
Overall Height 4.7 inches
Overall Width 1.1 inches
Barrel Length 3.6 inches
Sight Radius 5.5 inches
Sights SIGLITE Night Sights
Weight w/ Magazine 24.9 ounces
Frame Material Stainless
Frame Finish Natural Stainless
Slide Material Stainless
Slide Finish Nitron
Grips Polymer Grip Module
MSRP $521
Weights and dimensions are approximate.
Specifications subject to change without notice.


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