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Sig P250 for $407 NIB. Good Deal or Not

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Wishoot, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. Wishoot

    Wishoot Well-Known Member

    Our friends at Buds are selling NIB Sig P250's for $407. I have limited experience with Sigs, but this seems like an unbelievable deal.

    I've been looking for a .45 and perhaps I should jump on this. What are your thoughts?
  2. Strahley

    Strahley Well-Known Member

    If you like SIG and you like DAO, it's a great deal. If not, then you may want to look elsewhere

    Me, I would LOVE to have a SIG P250 sub-compact .45ACP, but I have yet to see one
  3. nwilliams

    nwilliams Well-Known Member

    My friend has a P250 in 9mm and he loves it. I've shot it a few times and it shoots very nice, although it's not a gun I can see myself owning.

    $407 doesn't seem like a bad deal though.
  4. Wishoot

    Wishoot Well-Known Member

    Oops. Didn't realize this was DAO. DAO is a deal-breaker for me. Never again.
  5. 9x19

    9x19 member

    I was at the local shop this morning and they had a .45 and a 9mm (compact), both priced at $370 (NIB)... but I don't do DAO pistols either.
  6. Welding Rod

    Welding Rod Well-Known Member

    I got one for a firesale price and actually like it quite a bit... for an "inexpensive" gun.
  7. Fishman777

    Fishman777 Well-Known Member


    P250s did not do well in the recent ATF pistol trials. These guns had a really, really high failure rate. I'd be careful. I think that your money would be better spent investing in an m&p or a glock. These were the pistols that won equal contracts in these trials. This was an unbiased torture test and both the m&p and glock models came out looking really good...
  8. REAPER4206969

    REAPER4206969 Well-Known Member

    The P250 is the only pistol that I've never heard anything good about.
  9. tinygnat219

    tinygnat219 Well-Known Member

    They don't sell well, they're overpriced, and for the American market the whole "interchangeable" frame thing is neat, but not needed. ESPECIALLY when the frames cost as much as a new gun.
  10. harmon rabb

    harmon rabb Well-Known Member

    Might be nice if you live in Chicago. Otherwise, useless.

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