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IMichael P wrote a review stating this gun felt cheap, but he probably didn't shoot it; because for a field grade pistol this gun is right on target. Also, he's probably never look closely at a Glock Slide & Rail. A beveled rail made of stainless steel on the p250, which is far more better than Glock pistol tacked metal rails; the p250 also has a beefier slide that will allow for the soon to follow conversion kits for different sizes and calibers. The Glock pistol is always cocked once you racked the slide, and still Glock calls their gun a Double Action Only (DAO). "Not if the firing pin safety fails." The grip on a Glock pistol or Block pistol is flatter than the Sig p250. The Glock grip must have been made for a robot not possibly for mankind. The p250 fits like a glove in one's hand. Also, I personally own a Glock 22C, 1911-A1 and Beretta 92FS; I have also fired S&W's, H&K's, Para-O's, Colt's, Kimber's, XD's and Walter's...I'll stick with my Sig, I'd trust it to hell and back!!!