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P250 Slide Disassembly step by step w/photos
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#1 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2011 9:19:03 AM(UTC)
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Folks have been asking for this one. Sorry it took so long.


Seperate the slide from the frame.





Roll the slide over and using a punch ( a drill bit can also be used )
press the roll pin out thru the top.






the roll pin will have to be tapped out.





With the roll pin removed depress the firing pin retaining clip.
Becareful when it is depressed the firing pin and spring will "spring" out.






If the spring doesn't come out with the firing pin tilt the muzzel of the slide up.
Then depress and hold the retaining clip while shaking it out.






Roll the slid back over. With a punch depress the extractor rod.
You'll have to press hard to release the rear site assembly






While holding the extractor rod depressed lift the rear sight up.
Lifting the rear sight releases the extractor rod and spring.






Two more things to go.





Careful with the rear sight as the firing pin retention clip is loosly
attached.






Seperate the firing pin retention clip and spring.





Roll the slide over and remove the extractor.




And there you have it!

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#2 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2011 9:49:43 AM(UTC)
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Thank You so Much

Great post. ThumpUp
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#3 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2011 10:03:35 AM(UTC)
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Hey Grumpy, thanks again.....this is A GREAT POST!
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#4 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2011 10:25:22 AM(UTC)
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As before, if I got the nomenclature of any of the parts wrong...and I may have,
Send me a PM and I'll correct it in the post.
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#5 Posted : Friday, September 16, 2011 11:07:53 PM(UTC)
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Outstanding. Grumpy!

Thanx.
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#6 Posted : Tuesday, September 20, 2011 2:12:40 PM(UTC)
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FNG here kissin' butt... I was always so nervous about taking something apart without knowing exactly how to put it back together. Your post in reverse was perfect for a thorough cleaning. Thank you Grumpy!
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#7 Posted : Tuesday, November 15, 2011 3:05:59 PM(UTC)
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Thank you so much. I wouldn't have been able to do it without your detailed post.
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#8 Posted : Tuesday, November 15, 2011 3:10:07 PM(UTC)
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glad it was helpful to ya!
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#9 Posted : Tuesday, November 15, 2011 10:52:00 PM(UTC)
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Great photos. Thank you for sharing
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#10 Posted : Friday, July 13, 2012 6:47:39 PM(UTC)
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Thank you man! You have provided some very good help, especially to a newbie like me. Quick question: Is it the processsame as with a P250 SC .45? I have recently purchased it, haven't gone shooting yet. Yesterday got a gun cleaning kit, I wanted to have everything before I go shoot for the first time.
Thank you for your help!
Be safe.
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Thank you!!!!
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#12 Posted : Saturday, July 14, 2012 7:31:52 AM(UTC)
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Great Post!! thanks Just "DON'T DO THIS AT HOME HEs WHAT YOU CALL AN EXPERT" Seriously, this is not for the newbie, you will end up with a box full of parts and an expensive visit to the gunsmith.
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#13 Posted : Friday, August 17, 2012 1:07:10 AM(UTC)
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As a new forum member and a new P250 owner (so new the gun is still in transit), this is exactly some of the stuff I was going to start looking for. Before I even make it to the range the 2nd time (the first time will only be for a couple of mags to make sure the gun fires and cycles correctly), I will probably tear it down and put it back together enough to make myself totally comfortable with it along with running some immediate action drills, especially since the Sig is going to replace my 1911 as my primary CC piece. Never had any idea about these pin locations on the p250 slide.

Maybe there is an obvious answer to this and I don't know about it since I'm new but I would think since this model has been out for a few years now, someone would have come up with an aftermarket rear sight or 3 since it is totally removable in such a fashion. So, maybe there is an aftermarket sight out there????

Ya'll take care now.
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Sorry to say, no one has stepped up yet.
But you're not alone in that wish!
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GREAT Post! You almost give me enough courage to attempt this on my own. I especially like the red circles and arrows to highlight what you're demonstrating.
thanks
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cowpie;24909 wrote:
GREAT Post! You almost give me enough courage to attempt this on my own. I especially like the red circles and arrows to highlight what you're demonstrating.
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cowpie, it took me a 2nd glance at your avatar to catch the "pi" and put it together, nice.

I can remember the first time I field stripped my 1911 and my Ruger Mark II, it was all I could do to get past the "remove the grips" stage but after a few times of taking it slow and finding some really, really good schematics and explanations, they are both 2nd nature. They can really be intimidating but articles like that by Grumpybiker really make it less intimidating. Just take it slow and watch what you're doing. If you have a digital camera, it may even help you to take pics of what you are doing; especially if you get into a touchy spot, take a pic or 2 and write a little explanation detailing what you are doing. Just don't do more than you are ready for at the moment and you'll be fine.

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#17 Posted : Thursday, April 18, 2013 1:52:11 AM(UTC)
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Roll the slide over and using a punch ( a drill bit can also be used )
press the roll pin out thru the top.



thanx for the post.ThumpUp what size drill bit or punch should i use for the roller pin???Confused dont wanna mess nuntin up going too big Blushing
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#18 Posted : Friday, April 19, 2013 2:09:42 AM(UTC)
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svilardo_85;31673 wrote:
Roll the slide over and using a punch ( a drill bit can also be used )
press the roll pin out thru the top.



thanx for the post.ThumpUp what size drill bit or punch should i use for the roller pin???Confused dont wanna mess nuntin up going too big Blushing


well i got it taken care of today gave it a good cleaning thnx 4 the post ThumbsUp
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#19 Posted : Friday, April 19, 2013 4:52:20 AM(UTC)
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Good to hear !
I always feel more connected to a weapon when I know it inside & out!
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#20 Posted : Tuesday, August 20, 2013 1:42:08 PM(UTC)
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Very nice, thank you.

I can add two more small tips, having just done this for the first time myself:

1) During reassembly, if the roll pin goes about 1/3 of the way in and refuses to go any further, you probably need to rotate the firing pin a little bit. I solved this by inserting my pin punch into the hole from the bottom, and pressed against the firing pin, rotating it into the correct position.

2) On another site, one poster mentioned it was a good idea to press the firing pin in slightly during assembly of the roll pin, to make sure the clearance slot is far enough forward. On my gun, pressing the firing pin flush against the slide seemed to work fine.
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