Reviewed By: Thomas P on 09/16/2020
The pistol is awesome. Beautifully made and tack driving accurate. All my other 9s are now retired.
Great service from Bud's too.
Reviewed By: Lawrence A on 09/15/2020
I HAD BEEN WAITING A LONG TIME TO GET THIS SIG 210. IT WAS WELL WORTH THE WAIT. TOOK IT TO THE RANGE LAST WEEK AND PUT 100 ROUNDS THROUGH IT. I HAD NO FAILURES TO FEED OR FIRE. GRIPS FIT MY HAND LIKE A GLOVE. THIS PISTOL IS THE MOST ACCURATE PISTOL I HAVE. IT PUT 8 SHOTS IN A 1 INCH HOLE AT 12 YARDS. IT IS VERY FUN TO SHOOT. SIG HAS DONE AN OUTSTANDING JOB WITH THIS PISTOL. IT SHOOTS AWESOME.
Reviewed By: Capt Bob B on 08/29/2020
I owned a Swiss Military one in the 80's and it got away from me so was glad to see Sig now offering one made in the good ol USA
Gun is tight and smooth and liken it to a CZ Tac sport and far as fit and function goes , The Sights are nice with the one mm fiber optic and came sighted in 6 oclock ,The grips fit me very good (XL Glove size) a nice burl quality Walnut with tight checkering and everyone who has handled it loves the grips no matter the hand size.
Recoil is minimal with the low bore axis and I don't shoot this rapid fire but sure would stay on target if one had the ammo to do it.
The trigger pull after 100+ rounds is 3 pounds even , The trigger has a take up that I had to get used to but found just a good clean break
not trying to eliminate the take up works best or me , Nice Buds has mags in stock it comes with 2 and purchased 2 more and that will do till
9 mm shows back up, I am used to DW quality and the 210 does not disappoint and glad to own one once again .
Reviewed By: Robert S on 08/21/2020
Two part review, for Bud's service and the P210. Easy 5's in both cases.Ordered handgun Sunday afternoon, arrived at my FFL Wednesday 11:30 AM. Fastest shipping I've ever had with Bud's, I believe, which is saying something with all the purchasing going on right now. A note about the trigger pull. Took the gun out of the case, measured trigger pull with a Timney mechanical gauge. Just under 4 lbs. Disassembled, de-greased, and lubricated with Sig's new Spec 1. Trigger pull now a consistent 3.25 lbs. Put 100 rounds through the pistol at the first range session. Mix of 125 gr. jacketed hollow point and 147 gr. full metal jacket, and 125 gr. lead round nose. Used 4 magazines, two that came with the pistol had extended base pads; purchased 2 with regular base pads. All dropped free from gravity, and functioned ok. I did have one failure to feed with a JHP. The JHP and FMJ averaged 2.3" to 2.5" at 25 yds, 5 shot groups from a sandbag rest. The lead RN at 20 yds was 1.3". A note about the slide stop pin. The manual says to retract the slide about 5 mm and push the pin out from the right side. It comes out about half way, but you have to release the slide to fully extract it. The reverse is true in assembly. Line up the holes with the slide in battery, push pin in half way, retract slide to insert all the way. Can't say enough about the trigger. Very little take up; creep and grit free. Almost don' know it's there. Then glass rod crisp break at 3.25 lbs. Armory Craft sells an optics mounting plate, and will install that for my Burris Fast Fire 3. Should reduce groups even further.
Reviewed By: James S on 06/13/2020
WOW!!!. Ok I now have a hand gun that I can BRAG about. Face it, we all want that. The fit and feel is amazing. The trigger is as perfect as I have ever tried. Put 200 rounds through it first trip to the range and all perfect. One problem I have and you may have the same. When I miss, it ain't the gun pal. Sigh more range time.
Reviewed By: William P on 06/13/2020
I paid $100.00 more than others charge. The pistol is fantastic. Sights are clear even to my ancient eyed. The grip feels as if it was molded to my arthritic hands. The finish is superb. The slide feels like it is on ball bearings. The first disassembly was a bit challenging. Just how far back is 5 mm? But, subsequent disassembly has been easier than a 1911, but a bit more difficult than a P226. Simply put, if you miss your target with this, it’s a problem with your technique not the gun. It’s my best pistol and worth every penny.
Reviewed By: Gerald A on 01/21/2020
Initial impression of the gun was outstanding. Trigger left me a little perplexed. I'm more used to bullseye pistol shooting so I take up the slack in the trigger until I hit a stop and then apply more pressure until the trigger breaks. When I tried this I hit a couple of "pauses" as I was taking up the slack. The break was very good though. Just not the glass rod breaking" type. The break was light and good though I wouldn't call it "crisp". I took the gun to a "show and tell" lunch I have on Fridays with other gun nuts. One guy tried the trigger and commented" what it this, a two or three stage trigger?". Somewhat mortified I mumbled something back. Later, in my reloading shed, I started playing with the trigger and finally notice if I just pulled the trigger without looking for a "stop" the trigger felt fine. I think my Shadow 2 operates the same way. So I sez to myself, "self, you ain't going to be shooting this gun one handed at 50 yard bullseyes." This is not a prone target rifle, it's a fast action pistol, so shoot it that way.". So I did and it's wonderful. The Shadow 2 and the P210 have a similar design and a similar way to disassemble. You have to hold the slide to the rear a small amount and then push out the slide lock. The Shadow 2 has alignment marks to do this but the P210 does not. So far I have been unable to get the slide lock out of the Shadow 2 using two hands. I hope I don't have the same issue with the P210.
Reviewed By: Roy C on 01/12/2020
Excellent handgun and Buds service. Very accurate and functions perfectly.
Reviewed By: Carl J C on 11/23/2019
The Sig Sauer P210 9mm target pistol with fiber optic sights and factory target grips is a beautiful peace of art. It's fit and finish look perfect. The trigger pull is light, clean, and crisp. The grips fit my hand perfect. Though I have not shot it yet (The truest, best, ultimate test.). I have no doubt it will perform up to an old Duch army model that i have shot that lived up to reputation. P.S. the American preferences like the browning 1911 safety location, reachable controls of large size, and magazine release location are great extras. Carl
Reviewed By: Jordan E on 08/14/2019
A future classic. This is a worthy iteration of the best 9mm ever made. I purchased my American Sig P210 several months ago and have been extremely happy with it. I have never handled one of the original Swiss or German ones but I%u2019m not sure how there could be such a quality difference to justify 3 times or more the price of this P210. This is simply the finest handgun I have ever shot.
Racking the slide feels like two glass plates against each other. It does not feel like a production firearm. Overall fit and finish is flawless. There are no machining marks or imperfections on my example.
As far as shooting goes - I am a poor shot but this gun makes me look good. When I do my part the gun dead on. I will probably shoot for the rest of my life and not reach this guns mechanical potential.
- I have gotten a few failure to feeds off range ammo. Maybe 1 out of 100. Not awful for a gun this tightly finished.
- The mag does only hold 8 rounds. That is how the original models were made and this one keeps that spirit. It%u2019s not meant to be a race gun or a carry gun.
Overall if you are looking for a masterpiece firearm that lives up to its predecessors reputation, you can%u2019t go wrong with this pistol.