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New to me P250C-45

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Just picked this up a couple days ago, only fired under a hundred rounds, just cleaned her up and lubed her tonight and it looks as new.
Looks like previous owner was shooting lead bullets.

For $400. and a double action pull that I have never felt as good in all the revolvers I have owned.(very SMOOTH)

I have on the way a metal guide rod and a parts kit to replace items within the FCU.

Looking for a recoil spring.
Is there a Sig recoil spring that crosses over to the P250C-45 ?
The one in it is Purple in color.

Looking to purchase extra parts for maint/failures for the future.

Thanks;
Clarence
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Just picked this up a couple days ago, only fired under a hundred rounds, just cleaned her up and lubed her tonight and it looks as new.
Looks like previous owner was shooting lead bullets.

For $400. and a double action pull that I have never felt as good in all the revolvers I have owned.(very SMOOTH)

I have on the way a metal guide rod and a parts kit to replace items within the FCU.

Looking for a recoil spring.
Is there a Sig recoil spring that crosses over to the P250C-45 ?
The one in it is Purple in color.

Looking to purchase extra parts for maint/failures for the future.

Thanks;
Clarence
If you have a solid metal guide rod on the way, you can use 1911 springs as well. I'd try a 18lbs commander spring.
 
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