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Old 01-12-2010, 05:02 AM   #1
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Default Finally took the plunge!

had been doing some research over the last month since taking the CCP class on some hand guns and shooting a friends Beretta over the last weekend, It was time to start looking for "the one", The gun show didn't yield anything that caught my eye, I kept kicking myself for selling my old Sig Pro SP2340 But it has a loving home.
Tonight after I dropped my daughter off at her Braille class I stopped off at Doug's Shoot-N-Sports here in Salt Lake City to see what they had and I came home with this!



I kind of liked the older black cases, But perhaps the blue will grow on me



Its a Sig Sauer P250 2-sum if you couldnt tell



Its a 9mm, I like the idea of having a small carry weapon as well as the larger for range or what not shooting, Its a neat idea, Its the trigger system that is marked with the serial number.
I can wait to get out and shoot is, I also picked up a box of 9mm FMG's for fun and some hollow point for serious
Now if that CCP would just show up ...

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Congratulations! My experience with sigs are very limited. Give us a range report and over all rating on it when you can.

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Nice little set up you've got there. Let us know how it shoots, in both formats.

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Six months ago I bought the P250 version just in between (size) the two that you got there, and I am "happy as a tornado in a trailerpark"



Enjoy your SIG....

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Good for you! You'll love the Sig. Mine have all been bullet proof.

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i had the P250 and quickly got rid of it when i experienced its long trigger pull, maybe she will work better for you

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i had the P250 and quickly got rid of it when i experienced its long trigger pull, maybe she will work better for you
Ive owned Sig's before and I really havent noticed this one being much longer of a pull, But thanks for your thoughts

Thanks everyone else, I am hoping to get to the range tomorrow, along with my sons, his Henry .22 and red dot sight
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I looked at this one and really liked it. It wasn't the 2-sum. It was a single full sized 45. The cheapest here on island is around $800. That sounds like way too much when I look online.

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Can't go wrong with a Sig! Nice purchase. I saw this setup at the gun show last Saturday and a couple of guys were debating on it.

Miss my worn-in P226 in 9mm. Was a fine weapon and a great shooter.

I bet you are pleased! (that makes all the gun fans happy)

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Congradulations! It always feels like Christmas when you buy a gun let alone a "two-fer Gun deal". I have a couple of Sigs and like them very much, don't have much experience with the Sig-Pro's though. Let us know what you think?

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