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Old 04-13-2009, 09:26 PM   #1
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Alright guys.. Trying decide between these two: xd(m) -v- Sig Sauer P250 I was gonna go sub compact but recently decided to go bigger and these are the two i'm looking at. I have not decided to go .40 or 9mm yet but in general what are the thoughts of these two.

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Old 04-14-2009, 03:47 AM   #2
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I have the Sig P250 9mm and love it. It has a Double Action Only trigger which takes some getting used to, but after a few rouds you will love it. It is very smooth and fun to shoot. The Springfield is a great gun also so either way you will be happy. The SIG is very easy to clean and maintain. Downside is that it only comes with one Mag. Hope this helps.

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XDm all the way

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Both are excellent pistols and are worthy of a purchase. However, for the value I would say that the XDm is the better choice to go with. It all really boils down to which one feels the most comfortable in your hands.

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How does the recoil compare between these 2?

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I'm personally a Sig fan, but that's just my opinion. Hold both, shoot both, and decide for yourself which one you like more

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If it was ME, even though I think XDm is a decent semiauto, I'd go for the Sig, simply because it's available in my beloved,battle proven .45acp. When they come out with an XDm in .45, I'll get 1 to try but will NEVER replace my 1911s!

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Go with Sig Sauer in the .45 ACP. Wonderful caliber and has been around for a very long time. As for the Sig P250, the research I read on it is pretty impresive. Other than that, I'd recomend the Tauruf 24/7 PRO in .45 4" bbl.

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Both are very good choices. Shoot both if you can and make your choice from personal experience. Caliber doesn't matter as much as shot placement. If you are good at that then any will get the job done.

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Both are excellent pistols. I voted for the Sig Sauer because you indicated that you had previously been looking at sub-compacts pistols. This leads me to believe that you are considering carrying the gun, and the P250 is by far the better carry gun. The Springfield XD(m) is an big, heavy duty pistol.

If I am wrong, and you are not considering carrying the gun concealed, then I would probably move back to the XD(m). Once you consider what you are going to do with the gun, then go lay hands on both. Work the action, snap the trigger, test fire the guns as rentals if possible. This will help you make your mind up.

Like I started the post, both are excellent pistols and I wouldn't want to live on the difference.

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