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Old October 13, 2009, 04:06 PM   #10
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It is also possible to change calibers and frame sizes, but it is extremely expensive to do.
Half wrong. 60 bucks gets you a new frame size. Caliber conversion is a little costly, but not any more expensive than other Sigs.

The DAK trigger is a nice design,
The Sig P250 does not use the DAK trigger system. It's DAO, but not the DAK. The DAK is a heavier pull, and has an intermediate reset. The 250 has a longer reset, (the length of the trigger pull) and is the guns only flaw IMO.

I want to what specific ideas Sig had in mind when they introduced 250?
I believe they made it that way so there is no saftey or decocker to "get in the way". It's a point and shoot, and it's a great shooter.
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