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Sig Sauer P250 Compact 40S&W Nitron Finish Contrast Sights [250C40B]
by Kenneth B
Date Added: Friday 06 July, 2012
Definitely a nice little gun. First, I have to say the ergonomics are excellent. Maybe the best I've felt from a pistol. I shot this right out of the box using crappy remanufactured junk that they sold at my range and it was FTF and FTE galore. I went back and got some real Federal ammo and this thing was good to go. No FTF of FTE--just like a Sig should be. So make sure you use high grade ammo with this gun. That goes for any gun really. Also, I am not the best shooter by any means but this gun is not overly accuate out of the box, and I don't believe it was the sights. Like all guns it needs a good 200 to 500 rounds for break in--but this one even more so. Gun was REALLY tight out of the box. But I'm pretty confident that a good 500 rounds and it'll be spot on-- or at least as accurate as big .40 cal round can be. All in all great gun. Only down side is that it comes with only one magazine. This pistols not quite up to par with a P226 or P229, but still a great gun. Also light enough and dependable enough for concealed carry. Would definitley recommend if your looking to buy a Glock but want to save $200.