This Sig Sauer Magazine is a Factory Original Replacement Part, manufactured to the same specifications and tolerances using the same materials as the OEM Magazine that came with the pistol, guaranteeing optimal fit and reliable operation. When it comes to semi-automatic firearms, the ammunition feeding device often determines if, and how well, the gun functions. Therefore, whether for use as a backup mag for your concealed carry pistol or simply for saving a little reloading downtime at the range, keeping a few spare factory magazines handy is never a bad idea.
Thanks to the included X-Grip Extension Sleeve, this Sig Factory Magazine fits both the SubCompact and larger Compact Grip Frame Modules of the user-configurable Sig Sauer P250 handgun. When installed on the magazine, the polymer X-Grip sleeve effectively becomes an extension of the P250 SubCompact Grip Frame, filling the gap that would normally exist between the extended magazine's floorplate and the abbreviated grip frame. The result is a seamless look and greater shooter comfort. This unique magazine and sleeve system allows for the 13-Round, increased capacity 357 Sig magazine to be used interchangeably between the SubCompact and Compact P250 Grip Frame Modules by simply sliding the X-Grip Sleeve off of, or onto, the magazine body accordingly.
While the Full Size and Compact P250 pistol configurations are capable of using a single magazine for both the 357 Sig and 40 S&W calibers, the smaller SubCompact configuration requires a different, caliber-specific magazine follower for each of these cartridges in order to properly function. This magazine has a 357 Sig-specific follower, and therefore if used in a P250 Compact grip frame (requires removal of X-Grip sleeve), it will feed 357 Sig ammunition ONLY.
This magazine is compatible with the New Style P250 Compact grip frame module ONLY. It will NOT fit the older style. Since all SubCompact grip frames have been manufactured in the new style, this magazine is compatible with all of them.
Please view the Grip Module Differences Information Sheet for specific differences to determine which Grip Module Type your firearm has.
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