Sig P250 Sub-Compact: Any first hand knowledge?

Sig P250 Sub-Compact: Any first hand knowledge?

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    Sig P250 Sub-Compact: Any first hand knowledge?

    Lately I've been looking into 9mm compacts such as M&P9c and
    SR9c and then the other day I came across the Sig P250 sub-compact at my local Academy Sports. It has really caught my eye and has presented me with quite a quandry 'cause I thought I was pretty much set on the M&P9c.

    Does anyone have firsthand experience with this gun that they would be willing to share? I have only handled it and it seems to be calling my name. I've researched the Sig website and printed off specs but would like to hear from someone who may own, or have owned, the P250 sub-compact.
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    I got rid of one for an M&P and have not looked back. I just could not get used to the DAO long trigger pull on the P250.
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    My husband has the .40 compact (not the sub). To me, it seems easy to shoot accurately and has a smooth action. The magazine release is easy to get to without a big hand.

    It is nearly impossible to find holsters for. XD's work so maybe the xdsc would work for the one you are asking about.

    I like his so much I am thinking about getting one in 9. I've shot the 9 as well and it's really nice.

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    I own and carry daily the Sig P250 Subcompact in 9mm. I absolutely love it, and highly recommend it!

    The only criticism your going to find out there is "I just could not get used to the DAO long trigger pull on the P250", as the other poster wrote.

    To me, I started shooting with a revolver and used a tricked out S&W model 10 in double action mode for steel plate competition for many years. The trigger on the P250 is much better than that, and that gun saw over 10,000 rounds.

    If you try the trigger and like it, buy it with confidence. Here's what I like about
    it:
    Light weight
    very easy to conceal
    13 round capability
    double strike capable
    no unnecessary controls... carries safely with hammer down
    very accurate
    handles recoil very well
    comes standard with night sights
    It's been 100% flawless with all types of ammo

    Need more?...........it will also take the longer magazines (15 rounds) of the Compact model, but it will stick out the bottom a bit.

    it's calling to you!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedomofchoice View Post
    I own and carry daily the Sig P250 Subcompact in 9mm. I absolutely love it, and highly recommend it!

    The only criticism your going to find out there is "I just could not get used to the DAO long trigger pull on the P250", as the other poster wrote.

    To me, I started shooting with a revolver and used a tricked out S&W model 10 in double action mode for steel plate competition for many years. The trigger on the P250 is much better than that, and that gun saw over 10,000 rounds.

    If you try the trigger and like it, buy it with confidence. Here's what I like about
    it:
    Light weight
    very easy to conceal
    13 round capability
    double strike capable
    no unnecessary controls... carries safely with hammer down
    very accurate
    handles recoil very well
    comes standard with night sights
    It's been 100% flawless with all types of ammo

    Need more?...........it will also take the longer magazines (15 rounds) of the Compact model, but it will stick out the bottom a bit.

    it's calling to you!



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    I could not have phrased it better! I love my p250

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    I too sold my P250 for an M&P. I couldn't get used to the trigger on the Sig, and after shooting the M&P much better, I made the switch and haven't looked back. I still want a P220 someday though.

    M&P all the way!


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