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Sig Sauer 250F9B P250 Nitron 9mm 4.7" 17+1 Multi Poly Grip B [250F9B]
by Sean M
Date Added: Wednesday 30 November, 2011
I just bought the full-size P250 9mm from Buds and shot it for the first time this morning. I was a bit underwhelmed. Like other reviews have stated, the DA only trigger pull is very long and a bit awkward. I am a LE officer and have shot many Glocks, S&W's, Beretta's, and a few others. I was just searching online for the P250 medium grip and short trigger to possibly install on my new P250. I think these mods will cost me abut another $125 (installed). And the P250's only come with one mag. Tack on another $40. So, the great $370 price point is going to change if you have to make improvements. I will say that the gun is accurate and did not misfire.
Bottom Line: if you just want a pistol to plink around with or target shoot, and have the time to relax and take your time on every shot...and have unlimited time to spend at the range and get familiar and proficient with the the long trigger pull, this gun should suit you fine. But if you want an out of the box pistol that you may have to use in a critical situation, and don't have unlinited time and money to spend at the range, you might want to explore your options.