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Sig Sauer 250C-9-BSS P250 Compact 15+1 9mm 3.9" Reviews

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33 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.7 of 5 Stars!
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by Frank R Thursday 18 December, 2008
What an impressive concealed carry SAO! I took this to the range for the first time this week and within 50 rounds I was nearly a perfect shot. The trigger pull is smooth and the recoil on the 9MM version is very easily managed, even for my wife who is 102LBS. I like the fact that the grips can be easily changed for a small, medium, or large hand and the overall pistol size can be made sub-compact, compact, or full size. This gun definitely impressed at the range and I think at least one of the other shooters will be adding this piece to his holiday shopping list. I also found the P250 easy to clean because the modular design allows you to disassemble all moving parts from the frame. I feel very confident carrying this pistol, it's light weight, holds 16rds in one mag, easy to conceal, and extremely accurate. I would say the P250 is Sig's version of the Smith & Wesson compact M&P or the Glock 19. I compared between the three and chose to go with Sig and I am not disappointed!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Richard C Monday 01 December, 2008
My first thought of the Sig P250 was cheep being a Sig P229 and 339 owner. But I had to take it out and shoot it anyway. I mastered the long but smooth and light trigger pull after about two hundred rounds and found the 250 to be accurate enough with low recoil to be used with confidence for self-defense. I then compared it to my 229 as it also has high capacity magazines. The 229 was heaver and harder to use and did not fit my hand as well as the 250 (much easer on my arthritis). The 250 also has a better magazine release and drop. When I got them home it took me half the time to clean the 250 because of it simple modular design. I’m looking forward to shooting this easy to use and fun pistol again.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Scott L Wednesday 05 November, 2008
I fired a Sig P250 this weekend and I was very impressed. I can't wait to go out and buy one. Check out this review. http://gunsandammomag.com/cs/Satellite/IMO_GA/Story_C/One+Serious+SIG I'm totally sold!!!!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by debbie h Wednesday 08 October, 2008
IMichael P, left a review to this pistol and does not own one. I am not sure why a person would do that. I maybe wrong but I think a review posted for an item shouldbe wrote by those that own the model and/or purchased it here at Buds. This Sig like most Sigs I have purchased is a great buy.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Aaron F Friday 04 April, 2008
IMichael P wrote a review stating this gun felt cheap, but he probably didn't shoot it; because for a field grade pistol this gun is right on target. Also, he's probably never look closely at a Glock Slide & Rail. A beveled rail made of stainless steel on the p250, which is far more better than Glock pistol tacked metal rails; the p250 also has a beefier slide that will allow for the soon to follow conversion kits for different sizes and calibers. The Glock pistol is always cocked once you racked the slide, and still Glock calls their gun a Double Action Only (DAO). "Not if the firing pin safety fails." The grip on a Glock pistol or Block pistol is flatter than the Sig p250. The Glock grip must have been made for a robot not possibly for mankind. The p250 fits like a glove in one's hand. Also, I personally own a Glock 22C, 1911-A1 and Beretta 92FS; I have also fired S&W's, H&K's, Para-O's, Colt's, Kimber's, XD's and Walter's...I'll stick with my Sig, I'd trust it to hell and back!!!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Mike R Monday 24 March, 2008
I just shot 100 rounds with a 250 9MM, and compared it against a Walther P99 9MM and a standard Sig 229 9MM. Likes: +great trigger pull IF you are seeking a DAO style, longish travel, feels like a really smooth revolver should. SO that is good if that is what you are seeking +great 'shooter' accuracy, I literally picked it up first time and first 10 rounds were within 5 inch circle at 10 yards, later when I tried shooting for pure accuracy I was stunned to shoot as good or better than I do with my Berreta 92 single action (within a 2 inch circle at 10 yards). Pretty amazing for a new gun (to the shooter) and double action (for a shooter used to single action) +lightweight, would make a very reasonable carry or home defense gun +nice grip (although this is always subject to personal fit) that was somewhat rounded and not he 'slab sided' overly thin grips that most polymers seem to have. If you like a more robust grip you'll probably like the 250 vs other polymers (especially single stacks). If you want the thinnest, flattest gun, you';; likely not like it. Dislikes -if you latch the slide back and then strongly jam the magazine home, the slide catch would slip (consistently) and the slide rack slam shut. Seemed like a too light tolerance on the engineering. Compared to the Walther ~The Walther was a beautiful gun but the trigger action is completely different, more like a single action, very much like a Glock, but without the trigger safety and it's feel under your finger. ~interestingly, my friend, show shoots a Glock, shot far better with the Walther than his Glock ~I shot just as well with the walther, but no better, which is surprising given he difference in trigger pulls ~Having said that, it is a very competitive gun on price and as a overall carry gun, I could be happy with either one Compared to the SIg 229 ~completely different guns. I would advise everyone NOT to compare a 229 to a 250. The whole feel is significantly different Bottom Line: Forget the whole capability of changing calibers. Just evaluating the 250 9MM on it's own merits, it is a great gun if you want a light, polymer, 9MM double action with a surprisingly smooth pull with no stacking feel and amazing 'shooter' accuracy. It is a longer and different trigger pull than a Glock of Walther single action 'feel' so if that is what, I'd advise going that way. If you want a full feel Sig then it is likely you won't prefer the 250 to a 229.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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