Sig Sauer P250

Sig Sauer P250

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    Sig Sauer P250

    Last weekend, after much deliberation, I purchased a Sig Sauer P250 in 9MM. I finally managed to get to the range with it today. It was an awful morning for it, 41 degrees, spitting rain and blowing a gale! Despite the inclement weather, I did manage to put 96 rounds through it.

    The P250 shoots really really nicely. This is my first DAO pistol. One of the deciding factors in purchasing it was the trigger feel. I really liked it dry firing. It is incredible with live rounds. Very smooth, and not too heavy (it's about 6.5 lbs). It did take about 16 rounds for me to get used to it, as the only thing I had ever shot before were striker fired pistols. As for recoil, what recoil? Even shooting with my weak side (incidentally, I had shoulder surgery on my weak side shoulder just over 3 months ago) recoil was negligible, and I was able to bring the pistol back on target quickly and fire a nice grouping (even for my novice shooter self). The sights are very nice, and the pistol munched through rounds with no issues whatsoever.

    All in all, I have to say that my first impression of the pistol was excellent, and I am very pleased with the purchase.

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    Sig Sauer P250 compact in 9MM
    Medium grip size
    standard trigger
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    It is a great gun. I shot one yesterday and was impressed. I am not a fan of DAO pistols, but if I did own one that would be it.
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    Very nice gun! Congrats.

    Gotta love a Sig.

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    I want to get a Sig 250 but I am waiting for it to come out in the 45 acp caliber.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    I love mine and would recommend it to anyone. The only complaint that I have is that all the extra pieces are pretty expensive. And if you ever plan on shooting over 200 rounds at the range i would recommend gloves b/c the trigger and take down lever get really hot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFPowerGuy View Post
    And if you ever plan on shooting over 200 rounds at the range i would recommend gloves b/c the trigger and take down lever get really hot.
    Now that's a new and interesting piece of information!
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    Sig P250

    I can't wait to pick up my P250 .40. I ordered mine last month but the 9's only came in stock. I decided to wait for my .40 and the next time I called to check if my .40 came in, the 9's were sold out.
    It felt very well balanced and natural to point in the direction of fire. From the reviews that I have read. Trigger pull was very natural feeling without any extreme effort. I think this will be a great addition to my Sig family.

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