I only have experience with one piece guide rods between the two. The P320 guide rod is too long; I suppose if one is inclined..... As for red dots on a P250, unless you mill the slide, it will work only with a bridge.
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Thanks for reply.I only have experience with one piece guide rods between the two. The P320 guide rod is too long; I suppose if one is inclined..... As for red dots on a P250, unless you mill the slide, it will work only with a bridge.
This got me thinking--or maybe just fantasizing. Wouldn't it be nice if someone made an aftermarket P250 slide with a slide cut and a dovetail for P320 sights? It would probably be insanely expensive, but to have a pistol with the advantages of a P320 but the P250's DA trigger... Well, one can dream.No, the recoil springs and rods are different between P320s and P250s. As for red dots, the rear sight assembly on the P250 is a strange custom cut. Much more material taken out than a dovetail. I asked two places that milled my other P-series and they both said they don't touch 250s. In addition, my P250 (compact) slide has a big hollow channel on the underside, and those type of cuts generally mean you can't mill down much from the top. You'd either punch right through the slide, or have no place to make the screw holes.