Sig Sauer P250 Compact 40sw: my review

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    Sig Sauer P250 Compact 40sw: my review

    I got the gun today at the range. Since I was going to get a Sigma 40, I ordered it at the range and paid in advance. After two weeks I found that it was back ordered and later (from the net) that it was a long waiting list. I talked to my range officer about it and he suggested the Sig P250c since it was on special sale so I said let's do it. I paid the difference and got all the paperwork done.

    I had a box of Fed 180 FMJ and a box of Win PDX1 165 in anticipation of the Sigma. I cleaned and lubed the gun before shooting. Everything on the gun is smooth operating and seems well made. The grip felt great and the gun was really comfortable to shoot. At 25 feet I only had one flyer so the gun was really accurate. The one flyer was because of my reaction to the trigger on the last round in the mag. The trigger has a long pull but real smooth all the way. About my reaction to the trigger it's because when the slide lock open on the last round the trigger stays back. If you pull on the slide the trigger moves with it and that's what threw me off on the first time thus a flyer. This is a gun really worth considering.

    This is my first time I own and shot a 40sw and I find the ammo confusing. The 180s I shot didn't feel like it was that much more powerful than the 9mm but the 165s kicked like a mule. Now there's the power. I got some learning to do.

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    Lots of good guns out there, and hard to go wrong with a Sig. Congratulations !
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    congrads, I love my sig p238
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    Congrats, if it runs as well as my P229 in .40 you're going to love it.

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    Thanks, even though I only had 56 rounds through it I think it proved to be reliable. Everything was smooth going. It is sweet.

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    Well Done on your new Sig! It's always good to get a new gun!
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    I have the 250 in 9mm but want to get a .357sig conversion for it.
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    I was thinking of getting an X-change kit for 9mm and sell my Sigma 9 but I don't know, I really like my Sigma 9. I just didn't like the idea of having to keep track of two guns.

    Then again holding two loaded pistols should make the perps have second thoughts.

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