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Old 02-02-2014, 11:48 PM   #31
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I bought a 250C in .45ACP because of Sig's reputation for quality. I carried a Glock 22 .40 for years and loved it. I wanted a double stack .45 and the Glock was to wide for me to be comfortable holding. Yes the DAO has a ling pull but it's smooth and doesn't catch anywhere along its travel. I prefer a double action for safety reasons because I don't like safeties on pistols. Like most things in firearms, there isn't right or wrong, it's what you're comfortable with. So can we dispense witn the childish insults and stick to the actual characteristics of the gun?
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My employer was all set to replace our P229s with the 250. SIG sent numerous 250s to the office for us to familiarize ourselves with. Every one of them ended up breaking. (Usually the fire control system). Needless to say we stayed with the P229. I would think they would try to fix this issue, but have no knowledge if they did.
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I bought the P250F, the full size 9mm. I don't like the DAO trigger. I test fired it and my G17. I am keeping the Glock and the Sig goes on the table tomorrow at the Albany Gun show. The trigger is stiff enough and long enough to pull my aim off target. It doesn't count if you miss your target. It was nice of Sig to offer 2 extra mags and a carry bag free with purchase. I paid $438 for this pistol new and in my opinion, I wasted my money. That is my honest opinion and I don't care who doesn't like it.(Zeke)
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I bought the P250F, the full size 9mm. I don't like the DAO trigger. I test fired it and my G17. I am keeping the Glock and the Sig goes on the table tomorrow at the Albany Gun show. The trigger is stiff enough and long enough to pull my aim off target. It doesn't count if you miss your target. It was nice of Sig to offer 2 extra mags and a carry bag free with purchase. I paid $438 for this pistol new and in my opinion, I wasted my money. That is my honest opinion and I don't care who doesn't like it.(Zeke)
I agree with you. I'm really tempted to try the sp2022 though!
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Sold my P250F today. I will look at the SP2202. Thanks
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Just bought the sp2022 on Thursday chambered in 9mm absolutely love the gun. Nice smooth trigger pull even with the hammer already down. The decocker/ slide lock/ and mag release are perfectly placed together that my short stubby thumb can operate all 3 smoothly without them being to bunched up and causing problems. The p250 felt odd in my hands unlike the sp2022 it fit like a glove
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Congrats on the SIG pickup.
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If I can get on with the DOC over here I'm thinking an sp2022 and m&p45 full size are in my near future.
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I like the trigger pull on the p250. Very smooth and light. My 250 compact in 380 and 9mm is reliable, and the subcompact frame in 9mm is as well, but in 380 it will not feed at all. The same components in the compact frame work just fine. This has me scratching my head.
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