This is a discussion on New Sig P250 SC within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Got my new 9mm P250 SC from my FFL yesterday and got to range today to try it out. Only had time for 100 rounds, ...
Got my new 9mm P250 SC from my FFL yesterday and got to range today to try it out. Only had time for 100 rounds, Federal 115gr Champion and Remington UMC 115gr, all FMJ cheap stuff. This is my first DAO pistol and its gonna take some practice to get used to the trigger but so far I like it alot. Only shot at 7 or 8 yds and could keep it close to 3" group. No failures at all. The only thing that bothered me was at first it seemed to eject the brass into my body but seemed to do it less as I kept shooting. Does anyone think that could be a problem with the gun or not? Thanks
I love Sig's but prefer the older metallic guns. The more you shoot the brass will settle down and drop in the right area. My Glocks did the same thing for the first 200 rounds or so. For ammo I would load up with some of the Federal HTS 124 grainers. They are the best 9mm rounds that I have found. I carry my Sig P228 in a Bianchi Carryloc. See if they make one for the 250, if so grab one they are excellent hosters.
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Congrats on a good choice of firearm! I like my 250 sub a great deal, and trust my life with it. I also have a 250 compact for which I finally got an exchange kit in 45 acp. I switch between the sub and the compact for carry.
I read a thread on a different forum a while ago where a person was getting hit with his own brass. The consensus was that it wasn't the gun, but user error. My own experiences concur with this. Tighten up on your grip, and the problem will go away.
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Congrats and enjoy!
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Good luck with your sig. I thought the trigger was smooth and I liked the P250 well enough, but I could not get past the long pull and the few FTF's I had. Hopefully yours servers you well! If you master the trigger, you should be good to go.
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I had me a p250FS in 9mm. I loved it. Traded it for a p229 in .40 s&w. Do not regret it.
In regards to getting hit by your own brass, I found it to be the brass was bouncing off the wall in my gun range lane.
I have the P250c 9mm and it is my primary carry gun. I really like the long trigger pull and feel it is a safety feature. I wish they would make a 22 exchange kit for it.
Congrats on a fine firearm. The more you shoot it the better itll get. My M&P is getting better each time I go to the range with it.
Have the P250 FS and SC in 9MM. Love it. Previous posters were correct: tighten up your grip a bit, plus some break-in time and the brass will fly correctly.