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Old 04-03-2013, 06:45 PM   #11
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I love my P250! I have a 9mm in Subcompact and Compact. The DAO is long but smooth, and once you get used to it it's amazing. The P250 is also an extremely reliable gun as well. I have shot about 1000 rounds with 0 failures. The modularity is really nice as well because you can switch out calibers or sizes in less than a minute, no joke!
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I have a full size 9mm. About 1000 rds, no failures. Very accurate. Love shooting it.
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I had the pleasure of shooting the P250 a few years ago and enjoyed it even with the long trigger pull.
Lots of people prefer the long DAO trigger pull. I am getting very used to my Nano's trigger now and am getting quite proficient with it. It is a bit on the long and heavy side but it seems to make me focus more on a smooth trigger pull.
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Lots of people prefer the long DAO trigger pull. I am getting very used to my Nano's trigger now and am getting quite proficient with it. It is a bit on the long and heavy side but it seems to make me focus more on a smooth trigger pull.
I adjusted pretty quickly to the trigger, so it wasn't a biggy. I felt my groupings were tighter with the p250 than my issued Glock.

Now granted, I only ran a box through it, but that's all I needed to be sold.

I was disappointed when my department nixed it. The only cost they would have had was having it armored yearly and the ammo. The rest falls on the employees.
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Old 04-27-2013, 07:04 PM   #15
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I have a P250 and have never had one problem with it. My compact feels the best and it is 9mm. My P 250 sub compact .40 is easier to conceal.
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The .45 sig 250 is what I want to know if its worth 300 bucks?
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:53 PM   #17
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Have a compact 9mm. Have purchased the conversion kits for 40S&W and 45ACP.

The trigger is a long pull but smooth and can be mastered with little effort. Personally I like it a lot.

The beauty of the 250 is its modularity.

I love a gun that can shoot what ever ammo is available; especially now.

My spouse likes it the best and will be using it for her CC classes.

Highly recommend it for those so inclined.
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The .45 sig 250 is what I want to know if its worth 300 bucks?
Yes it is worth 300.00. Wish I could find one here for that.
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I have a compact 250 9mm. I love it and its the gun I shoot most accurately with. Trigger is easy to get used to for me. Yes it's worth over 300 bucks easy.
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Have a 9mm p250 and hated the trigger at first but the more I shoot it the more I fall in love with it. Ive Put nearly 1000 rounds through mine without any problems at all.
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