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Old 09-11-2013, 02:40 AM   #11
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Is the p238 a sub compact?
Oh yeah, it's small.
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Oh yeah, it's small.
Good lord that's tiny! How is it to hold onto?
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There's at least one recent thread asking the same question. Search the forum for more answers.
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What are your guys opinions of this gun? I've neen interested in it for awhile npw just trying to get some other opinions. Thanks
Sig makes some fine firearms. If the P250 is what you want, you can't go wrong. Personally, I didn't like the trigger pull. It wasn't that heavy, but it was very long. I could feel my grip shifting as I got closer to the break point. That made it very hard for me to hit anything with any degree of consistency.
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Sig makes some fine firearms. If the P250 is what you want, you can't go wrong. Personally, I didn't like the trigger pull. It wasn't that heavy, but it was very long. I could feel my grip shifting as I got closer to the break point. That made it very hard for me to hit anything with any degree of consistency.
That is kind of what happened to me when I shot it. I wasn't in love with it. I always feel like I have to love the gun to buy it and that wasn't the one. I'm leaning more toward the xds but still have to check out the cz p-07
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People that didn't grow up shooting revolvers tend to not like the double action trigger on the Sig P250 and therefore bad mouth the gun as junk. The P250 is a very good gun with a great trigger and is a bargain at the price they sell for just ask anyone that really does know anything about guns and that has real life experience with firearms in general. So many people have become overnight gun experts by reading false information passed around by other overnight gun experts on Internet gun forums. A lot of it is amusing stuff.
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People that didn't grow up shooting revolvers tend to not like the double action trigger on the Sig P250 and therefore bad mouth the gun as junk. The P250 is a very good gun with a great trigger and is a bargain at the price they sell for just ask anyone that really does know anything about guns and that has real life experience with firearms in general. So many people have become overnight gun experts by reading false information passed around by other overnight gun experts on Internet gun forums. A lot of it is amusing stuff.
Wow. Great post. Considering you know nothing about my background, my age, or my experience you sure did do a good job of being insulting. With an attitude like that you'll go far around here.

So tell me, Zeke, what is my level of experience with revolvers? How new am I to shooting? Can you tell me what my real life experience is with firearms? Did I form my opinion from reading something on the internet or did I actually own a P250 at one time? Come on, Zeke. Inquiring minds want to know.
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People that didn't grow up shooting revolvers tend to not like the double action trigger on the Sig P250 and therefore bad mouth the gun as junk. The P250 is a very good gun with a great trigger and is a bargain at the price they sell for just ask anyone that really does know anything about guns and that has real life experience with firearms in general. So many people have become overnight gun experts by reading false information passed around by other overnight gun experts on Internet gun forums. A lot of it is amusing stuff.
Wow... is this some kind of joke?
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People that didn't grow up shooting revolvers tend to not like the double action trigger on the Sig P250 and therefore bad mouth the gun as junk. The P250 is a very good gun with a great trigger and is a bargain at the price they sell for just ask anyone that really does know anything about guns and that has real life experience with firearms in general. So many people have become overnight gun experts by reading false information passed around by other overnight gun experts on Internet gun forums. A lot of it is amusing stuff.
I grew up with revolvers, and yet, I don't like DAO triggers on principle. Worth noting, surprisingly few revolvers are DAO. Whether you agree or not, a lot of people don't care for DAO trigger pulls. Furthermore this is an internet firearms forum. The OP came here and asked for opinions regarding a Sig P250, and surprisingly, he got a few. Please note the term "opinion." We are all entitled to ours as are you. Because you don't agree doesn't entitle you to get snotty about it. FWIW, it's taken me over 30 years to become an overnight expert.

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I would ask you to have a look at the Sig P2022. Of the two pistols, it's the one I'd prefer. By Sig standards, it's still pretty well priced
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I grew up with revolvers, and yet, I don't like DAO triggers on principle. Worth noting, surprisingly few revolvers are DAO. Whether you agree or not, a lot of people don't care for DAO trigger pulls. Furthermore this is an internet firearms forum. The OP came here and asked for opinions regarding a Sig P250, and surprisingly, he got a few. Please note the term "opinion." We are all entitled to ours as are you. Because you don't agree doesn't entitle you to get snotty about it. FWIW, it's taken me over 30 years to become an overnight expert.

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I would ask you to have a look at the Sig P2022. Of the two pistols, it's the one I'd prefer. By Sig standards, it's still pretty well priced
Thank you for your OPINION. I really appreciate it. I tell ya. Some peoples kids! Ill check into the p2022. One of my buddies has one but says its too big for him to ccw. Do they make a compact p2022? Thank you for your input to my question.
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