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Sig Sauer 250C-9-BSS P250 Compact 15+1 9mm 3.9"
by Richard H Date Added: Sunday 10 February, 2008
if you have not picked up this pistol i would highly recommend going to a gun store and doing so. weapon feels cheap to say the least and is poor competition among the legions of polymer pistols. i am sure it functions well, but then again so do glocks, xd's, s&w m&p etc. which dont feel like overpriced flimsy plastic. the guy behind the counter was actually embarrassed to show this product. i have a p220 and love it but would distance myself from this effort from sig sauer.

Rating: [2 of 5 Stars!]

I would like to first of all say how pleased I am with the overall performance of this weapon. It's lightweight, it has low recoil, and it's compact enough for conceal. This gun is ideal for any type of shooter. You can change the function from right or left handed, and you can chose from different sizes of grip. Then on top of that this spring Sig is releasing the caliber conversion kits to change this weapon from 9mm to three other calibers of the shooter's choice. I am very impressed with this new addition to Sig, and this review wasn't from another biased Sig fan I did my research and I was very pleased with most of the aspects of this firearm. When I took this gun out to the range I didn't have any misfeeds, jams, or complications while firing. Unfortunately I am not sure what in fact Michael P is referring to because he must be talking about an entirely different weapon. I don't even understand the first part of what he's talking about, and on top of that most polymer pistols have the same feel to them I don't see how glock and XDs are so much more different. As for "the guy behind the counter" which I am guessing is the gun store salesman I don't know one salesman that is embarrassed or unwilling to show a product that he is trying to sell. Perhaps the salesman was unfamiliar with the product, just like Michael his statement, "I am sure it functions well" What do you mean you are writing a review on a weapon you are unfamiliar with and have never shot before? I would recommend all Sig models I've fired with the exception of the 22 Misquito model.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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