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Sig P250 in .45

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Hunterdad, Oct 20, 2011.

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  1. Hunterdad

    Hunterdad Member

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    Just pick up a full-size model P250. Bought it on a whim because it fit my hand like a glove. Just wondering what everyone's opinions/thoughts are on these.

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    Adam

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  2. gator1gear

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    I have a sub-compact .40 caliber P250 and I LOVE it!! Trigger is loooooong but buttery smooth. If you REALLY want to appreciate the trigger, shoo it after an LCP:D
     
  3. huntsman

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    I'm thinking about a four five compact, I shot the 9mm compact and liked it but I'm not a trigger snob because I like my LCP trigger ;)
     
  4. gator1gear

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    I'm not a trigger snob!:neener::D LOL! I don't hate my wife's LCP trigger, I just think the P250's trigger is smoother.
     
  5. chhodge69

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    The off the shelf 250 I fondled at my LGS has the best DA trigger of any gun I've ever touched.
     
  6. huntsman

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    No insult meant I’m just a DA and DA/SA guy and I’m not picky as long as the trigger works.
     
  7. gator1gear

    gator1gear Member

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    I'm just kidding around huntsman! I didn't think you were insulting me at all.
     
  8. Hunterdad

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    Cool, thanks guys. I was a little nervous about the DAO trigger but it seems like its nothing to worry about.
     
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    I have the FS 9mm. Great gun. No problems. At the price it sells for, it's quite the bargain.
     
  10. Sharkbait08

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    I just got my P250 9mm Compact back from Sig. It was a Gen 1 and had light primer strike issues. I thought the trigger was great before I sent it back, but after they upgraded the trigger group for me, I think I like it even better! It's a little heavier pull (I think), but it is still smooth as silk!

    Congrats on the buy and enjoy. These guns shoot extremely well if the gun fits your hand. If it doesn't, you can always get a different sized grip shell... ;)
     
  11. dsb1829

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    Probably the best dao in a semiauto. I have a s&w 1006 which also has a nice da trigger, but it is not near as smooth as my p250.
     
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    I've got a sub compact that I like very much.

    I like the concept of being able to buy the different barrels and frames but the $285 Sig wants for them is way too high. The sub compact gun and the compact gun is being sold for less than $400 by several venders. If the gun sells for less than $400 shouldn't the barrel kits sell for half that?
     
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    They are often times on sale for much less. I missed the $199 sale that Sig had for P250 Caliber Xchange kits just recently.
     
  14. Hunterdad

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    Thanks for the feedback guys. I'll be heading out in a few minutes to hit the range and put some lead through it.
     
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    Picked one up today in the Compact size. Love it. Shoots well once you get used to the trigger. I'm not really used to it yet, given I only put 30 rounds through it, but I could tell a difference on the 30th shot from the first. Great little gun.
     
  16. Sal1911A1

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    Love it

    I have the full size 45 and love it, also the compact kit too

    Great trigger, fantastic gun enjoy.
     
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