Sig P250

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    Sig P250

    I have a guy that has one for a good deal off retail, 1 year old 100 rounds through it. It's DAO long, long trigger pull. If I can get used to the trigger and not planning on swapping calibers, after that is it a quality gun??

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    Some will say no its not. Others who have it will say that they have never had a problem with it. Most used guns are crap shoots on quality. If it was up to me I would buy it because I am a Sig fan and have had good experiences.

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    The trigger is unbearably long. My cousin bought one for her first gun, in 9mm. I had the ability to shoot it along side my P228. There obviously is no comaprison for shootability as far as trigger goes. However if I did my part it is as accurate as any Sig Sauer I have ever shot. The fit and finish is good, and it feels decent in the hand, it just is ugly for a Sig and was NOT thought out well by Sig.
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    when I was at the store buying sig..... I did check on p250 and sp2022 and I choice 2022. Why? because its little heavier than p250 that will make less recoil. However, Sig is a great firearms and if you got good deal for p250 then go for it!
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    I loved my P250 while i had it but i've since moved on to an M&P. If the 250 had a shorter trigger pull, i would have gladly kept that weapon.

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    I own two of them, and I am a fan! I did learn to shoot on double action revolvers, so to me I consider the 250's trigger pull the lightest, smoothest I have ever shot. Both my 250s, (9mm subcompact, 45 ACP compact) have about 1000 flawless rounds each.

    They have come down considerably in price, so unless you can buy this used one for cheap, you can get a new one for under $400.
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    The trigger pull is unbearable by my standards, although it is very smooth. What was the kicker for me was the extremely long reset as well. Can't carry that...
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    I thought you already had one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by martino View Post
    I have a guy that has one for a good deal off retail, 1 year old 100 rounds through it. It's DAO long, long trigger pull. If I can get used to the trigger and not planning on swapping calibers, after that is it a quality gun??
    What's considered the "really good deal" price..............current retail for one without night sights is under 400.00......with night sights is 449.95............anything above his "really good price' is currently above retail........and as asked prior to me..by Sixto.....didn't you already have one? Or you were inquiring about "Mass produced Guns" in a Thread you started?
    Personally....I'd go for the SP2022 heavier and a better gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martino View Post
    I have a guy that has one for a good deal off retail, 1 year old 100 rounds through it. It's DAO long, long trigger pull. If I can get used to the trigger and not planning on swapping calibers, after that is it a quality gun??
    The P250 trigger is more like a DA revolver than anything else.

    Since you have had a try with the trigger , Base your decision on that - because there is really no other Downside to them.
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    You will either love or hate the long trigger pull. I really like mine. No safety's, you have to mean it to shoot it. the trigger pull is very smooth and consistyent all the way through the pull. You will tend to feel hwo far back you can go as in a reset. It took a little getting used to it but it shoots liek a dream to me, never had a problem and is my gun of choice for carry

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    SIG and RAMI.jpg

    I like my P250 subcompact very much. It came in the 2Sum package with the full sized slide and frame as well. Pictured here is the P250 SC with my CZ 2075 RAMI. They are both fantastic firearms. The SIG is recent (May 2011 production date). You can recognize characteristics of the new style frame on it (magazine floorplate and grip surface). It is my understanding that the redesign included many internal changes to make the pistol better.

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