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Sig P-250

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by GunTech, Oct 29, 2007.

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  1. GunTech

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  2. Marshall

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    Never seen one. Kinda kewl.
     
  3. John C

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    It looks like an upgraded SP2009. Probably a nice iteration of the design.

    I had a 2340, and it was an awesome pistol. The only rub is that there are almost NO holsters available for it.

    -John
     
  4. UnTainted

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    somebody over on sigforum.com saw one, and got to shoot it at a range. he posted a good range report and some pics. I think the thread is still there.
     
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    I am very curious to see how these prove to be if it is what some tests have said I may end up having to put another horse in the stable.
     
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    It's interesting that the entire poly frame is the grip. I just have to wonder how expensive extra gripframes are going to be as opposed to backstrap inserts found on competitors guns. It's also cool that SIG is keeping a traditional hammer & firing pin setup (albeit a new fangled light DAO one), even though the gun looks like yet another striker fired poly frame pistol externally. It's a nice blend of modern look outside with SIG roots inside. Looks really neat overall.
     
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    I haven't seen one in person yet. Looks like an interesting concept. I guess time will tell.
     
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