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Old 09-29-2010, 05:22 AM   #21
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Does anybody have any experience with the Sig P250? It seems that Bud's is selling both the compact versions of the 9mm and .40 S&W for a really great price. Since I have been looking into CCW for a while now I was wondering if anybody had any experience with the P250 platform. I typically stayed away from considering a Sig due to their high prices, but this seems like a steal. Anyway does anybody know if the P250 is ergonomically friendly or not? Is it too blocky for CCW? I have medium sized hands and a short build so it is stuff that this makes me interested in whether or not I should go try it out and see if its worth the price. Any comments or experiences would appreciative and helpful.

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SIG 250C9B P250 9MM CMPT BL $361.00 SHIPS FREE

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Old 09-29-2010, 09:58 AM   #22
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The P250 is an oddity for Sig as they rarely make a gun that has such a mixed reception. Spend some time on Google and you'll find as many "hate it" posts as "love it" posts. They are being heavily discounted as they just aren't selling that well and I wouldn't buy one. This CPO P228 is in perfect condition, looks nearly new and I paid just over $500 for it...

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Sigs are great handguns. My 226 has been running great for over 10 years now. 10s of thousands of rounds through it. And ive never had to replace a part...

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I took my SIG Pro-9 (2022) to the range yesterday--it keeps getting better with age and is one of my most accurate pistols.

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I like my P226 Classic. But have to admit, that the factory grip dosn`t really fit my small hands.

So for those, that have a P226 and have problems whith the grip, you can get a upgrade kit for the E² grips to fit the P226 Classic.

Really Sweet. Gives a fully new feeling.

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I have a P220 (.45 ACP) My battalion wanted to do something cool to signify are deployment to Iraq so they talked with Sig and cut us one hell of a deal. Custom engraving on the slide with are battalion crest and my company down the side. Tritium night sights, 3 mags, weapons lock and carrying case for $600 I picked it up shortly after redeploying. Cleaned out the packing grease oiled the weapon and properly stored it till i could take it home on leave and take it to the range. Fast forward a few weeks and i'm home, went to the range waisting no time. I set up a few silhouette style targets about 50m down range loaded a few mags with blazer ammo (Brass) chambered a round smooth as butter took aim and proceeded to place 5 rnds in the head of the target. I then finished breaking in the barrel. the following time at the range i fired steel rnd to test if it would eat that just the same. Happily it did. I then alternated steel and brass rnds in 2 mags. The first I fired at a moderate rate of fire allowing the weapon to cycle at a slow rate. The mag feed all the way through with out any jams. The second I fired at a raped rate and the weapon ate these rnds like it was designed that way. Its weight is good grip is superb and the angle of the weapon is outstanding. all in all the best bang for the buck i have ever bought.




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My Blackwater Sig P226




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Well hello fellow GCO member...

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Hello! I actually just joined a few weeks ago... It's a great organization, and I was very proud to send them some money to help ensure that our Georgia gun rights aren't ambushed.
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Sigs are great guns, and so are most 1911's..... that makes for a real nice blend...



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