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Old 04-26-2012, 12:13 AM   #11
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The Glock 23 or 27 should be on you short list too. So many good choices you might as well try as many 40s as you can before buying.
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Not disagreeing with you there, I meant he could start with the p250 in the 22 and the later convert to the 9mm and still have the same pistol and if he was dead set on trying the 40 same gun.
Sig doesnt list anywhere on their site a .22 cal conversion for the P250. They offer 9mm, .357sig, .40s&w and .45acp. The Sig feels better in my hand than the XDm, but it comes down to personal preference. Both are fine waepons.
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Sig doesnt list anywhere on their site a .22 cal conversion for the P250. They offer 9mm, .357sig, .40s&w and .45acp. The Sig feels better in my hand than the XDm, but it comes down to personal preference. Both are fine waepons.
I stand corrected looks like they only have it for p220 p226 p228 and p229 I thought they had it for the 250 too but no. Oh well I still love my 250 and for me I have plenty 22 I never would have gotten it anyway. I admit I was wrong.
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I have the Sig P250c 40sw and I like it. It has a long but very smooth trigger (like a revolver) and that's the safety feature of the Sig. No lever to flip and can be carried with a round in the pipe.

I also have a Sigma 9mm that's sweet. Same safety as the Sig but shorter stroked and harder pull but real comfy grip and wide trigger. I'll bet you'll be happy with a Sigma 40 and I tried to get one to go with my 9 but they were back logged so I picked up the Sig 40 instead.

Both of them shot without any issues, all with Wally ammo. Very reliable and priced right.
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I stand corrected looks like they only have it for p220 p226 p228 and p229 I thought they had it for the 250 too but no. Oh well I still love my 250 and for me I have plenty 22 I never would have gotten it anyway. I admit I was wrong.
Not trying to point out you were wrong, I just wanted to make sure the OP didn't get the P250 thinking it could be a 22 without doing any research. I love the way that pistol feels, I'm just not sold on the trigger.
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Not trying to point out you were wrong, I just wanted to make sure the OP didn't get the P250 thinking it could be a 22 without doing any research. I love the way that pistol feels, I'm just not sold on the trigger.
No I'm glad you caught my mistake. My son got me the pistol for Christmas and just thought it was so neet that you could change it into so many guns
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1911 wins every time. Like a BOSS. Now also available in those sub par Nancy calibers such as 9mm and .40.

Kidding, I don't do the caliber war thing, all have their pros and cons.
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1911 wins every time. Like a BOSS. Now also available in those sub par Nancy calibers such as 9mm and .40.

Kidding, I don't do the caliber war thing, all have their pros and cons.
Ya bc we all know shoobees stick beats all calibers

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1911 wins every time. Like a BOSS. Now also available in those sub par Nancy calibers such as 9mm and .40.

Kidding, I don't do the caliber war thing, all have their pros and cons.
What nice is you can get a 1911 in all those calipers
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Both guns you are looking at OP are very good weapons. Personally I'd take the sig-i own 4 sits and love em all except my mosquito. Even it is an awesome gun, especially considering this is my second one to own and I trade a scope for this one.

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