John Martin: thanks for the great instruction. I had the spring pop off. Now I know how to put it back together.
Adrian Rubi: Are those hammer springs shorter than those on the P229?
Cort Chubko: First I would like to compliment you on a VERY WELL DONE instructional video..I own a Sig P-250 Compact .40 cal and was bored at work and decided to fully clean and lube the weapon. Your video guided me thru this procedure FLAWLESSLY and made "unknown territory" to me a well known thing. I truly appreciate this as well as the re-assembly video you have done. I use these videos with my firearm instruction courses when we cover gun cleaning and deep cleaning. Thank you very much Sir, I have subscribed and look forward to more of these well done and well presented videos.
Jim Shellhamer: Frickin' GREAT video ! Thank you!
CoreyandRebecca Humphries: Great video! But where in the world does the small washer come from?!?! Does it come the spring on the slide stop assembly?
TheManWith2FirstName: To be honest I don't remember what size I used. Brand? I think Crafstman.
TheManWith2FirstName: Not really. Most are difficult to rotate because of the o ring. Just rotate the lever slightly back and forth. At the same time pressing out the lever. If you still are having an issue let me know and I'll try to post a video. Thanks for watching.
donald scarlett: Is there an easier way to get the take down lever out.because i cannot get my takedown lever out..
Jeff Dein: ANYONE looking to know more about the P250 there is a great users group filled with friendly, helpful, and humble owners. They've been a great help for me getting used to my 1st pistol.
check it out-
Jeff Dein: cool beans-
After doing my due diligence on-line searching for what to choose for my very 1st pistol the P250 became my choice. Ordered & payed for a 9mm compact. Waited for almost 5 months then decided to use the $ i'd paid for an in stock .40. Took it to the range on Saturday, went through 100 180gr. Blazers. On Sunday While continuing making a video diary, i took the FCU out, on camera, the spring on the trigger linkage fell off & i stopped taping and found this vid which saved the day!
TheManWith2FirstName: No sir I am not. I'm one of those people who can self teach themselves just about anything, and anything mechanical just comes naturally. Thanks for the compliment.
Jeff Dein: are you a gunsmith-'cause i'm impressed
Jeff Dein: vanishing cream that'd do it!
TheManWith2FirstName: Thank you for pointing those things out. I have been working on better lighting to help with the black on black. The hands problem might be fixed eventually. I ordered some vanishing cream from the back of a magazine. So that should help with the next video. LOL Thanks for watching and commenting.
TheManWith2FirstName: Glad this video helped, and thanks for watching.
Jeff Dein: now i'm being picayune, but your hand was in the way briefly and the black on black parts were hard to distinguish. Seems like you're are serious about how to vids so take it in the spirit it's given.
Jeff Dein: VERY good video-especially liked the extreme close up and instructive narration. watching this saved my bacon when the spring that goes on the connecting rod to the trigger fell off the 1st time that i ever had the FCU out. this vid didn't show how to put it back together BUT it did show me how it came apart & now everything is right with the world.
TheManWith2FirstName: I have that problem with mine. There is a rubber O ring on the disassembly lever. I've tried running it wet and then dry. It it's oiled it will work smooth for a couple of days and then get dirty and become more difficult. Don't quite know how to fix it, but it's something I'll look into.
donald scarlett: Just got a p250 9mm 2sum.Had it for a day now and i can't get the take down lever out.And i see other people making comments of how this can be a problem.Iam not knocking sig it was my dream gun.But i think in a few month's i will get a glock 26..Don't know how well the compact works because i can't get the firing assembly out.To me that means its not easy..
TheManWith2FirstName: It is not necessary, and Sig Sauer doesn't recommend that you do a complete disassembly. If there is a problem then Sig should fix it under the warranty. I am a tinkerer and like to know how my firearms work. Also I like to keep my firearms clean and lubricated. It's all part of my anal retentiveness. I have only done a complete disassembly once on the gun. Thanks for the view and comment.