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Old 09-10-2013, 11:52 PM   #11
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Disclaimer: I've never owned a P250, and it's hard to give an expert firearm evaluation without running the volume of rounds that tend to accompany actual ownership.

I've shot a couple and didn't like them. They worked fine enough in the 'goes bang everytime' and 'accurate enough' sort of way. It's not as if this is some failure-prone dumpster fire of a gun. It works. I just came away with the impression that the overall ergonomics and trigger on this gun weren't very good fits for me. So maybe just a matter of personal preference.

There are a lot of people who love their P250s. I figure, more power to 'em. I came away feeling like Sig 'cheaped out' trying to expand their market appeal. I like Sig's alloy pistols, but even they don't quite fit me right either.

So I guess I'm saying the P250 can be fine, but isn't a good fit for me.
Thanks for that mini review I went and fired one the other day and ended up liking it ok. But they also had the xdm my friend has been raving about. So I decided to fire that and it wasn't even close the xdm won by a landslide. I know its more expensive but ill pay the price I think over the p250. I usually shoot 1911's so the grip safety was nice and it just seemed more natural to me. I am still going to check out the cz p-07 duty but the xdm is the leader at the moment.
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Do you carry it with the decocker or with the safety?
Im currently carrying mine with the safety on at half cock but i have the decocker for a quick change out if i decide to go with a different option
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Thanks for that mini review I went and fired one the other day and ended up liking it ok. But they also had the xdm my friend has been raving about. So I decided to fire that and it wasn't even close the xdm won by a landslide. I know its more expensive but ill pay the price I think over the p250. I usually shoot 1911's so the grip safety was nice and it just seemed more natural to me. I am still going to check out the cz p-07 duty but the xdm is the leader at the moment.
The xd line is an excellent platform. The only things i dont care for are the lack of a second strike feature and decocker
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The xd line is an excellent platform. The only things i dont care for are the lack of a second strike feature and decocker
Does anyone make that while keeping the same safety features? Or is this where the give some take some begins? Lol I guess that would be like the holy grail then wouldn't it?
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