Thoughts on the Sig P250

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by truevil1313, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. truevil1313

    truevil1313 New Member

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    I was just wondering what you all's thoughts were on the Sig SP2022.
    Any first hand knowledge would be welcome.
     
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  2. Paperpuncher

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    Sig 250 as in your title or the sp2022.


    The 2022 is a fantastic value and great gun. I have over 1000 rounds through my 9mm, and it's been a great gun. I do believe that there's been some problems with the .40

    The 250? I don't own one because I read too many interesting issues with it and stayed away from a potential headache. I do believe though that the 250's problems have settled down.
     
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  3. okdonk

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    Budsgunshop have the 250 on special for less thab 400 shipped. It kinda tempted me tho. But im mlre trmpted for the 229 diamond plate for 700
     
  4. truevil1313

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    Well I went ahead and bought the SP2022 in diamond plate. I did find a lot of good reviews on it, so I just went ahead and did it. When ever I get to shoot it, I will post a report. I will try to get a pic up after I leave work.

    Sorry for the confusion in the title. At first I thought I was looking at the P250, but in reality it was the SP2022.
     
  5. truevil1313

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    By the way, it was only $419 at my local shop, and I had $250 in gift cards from Christmas, so it didn't cost me much at all.
     
  6. Paperpuncher

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    You won't be sorry. The trigger takes a little getting used to, not in a bad way, it's just different.

    It's a really soft shooter.
     
  7. truevil1313

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    The trigger doesn't feel to strange. It reminds me of an H&K I had years ago.
     
  8. Riverg420

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    I bought a 250 when they first came out .Personally I dont like it but it's a first generation .I've heard that the issue's with the first generation has been fixed .It's the only Sig in my collection I would sell but probably won't becouse when i bought mine they sold for close to $600 now you can buy them new for $400
     
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  9. Paperpuncher

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    To me it's just different in a good way. In SA it's smooth as all heck, so is my Bersa, but they have two completely feels to them.

    Then I shoot my 1911 a lot, so when I go to that it takes a minute to get used to it.
     
  10. NvRbanArms

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    Think about it. Sig sauer-350.00. I wouldn't buy it.
     
  11. NvRbanArms

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    Obviously they sell it cheap to move it because it's not a good gun.
     
  12. NvRbanArms

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    My only sig I'm gonna buy will be a p229 or a p226. I just have to save up money to buy one. I can't justify just walking in and dropping 900.00 on a pistol yet. I keep saying to myself if I'm going to buy a 900 dollar gun why not add the xtra 400 and buy a nice 1911.
     
  13. Paperpuncher

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    Are you trying to be funny?:confused:
     
  14. Bear304inc

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    Have a HK usp .40, its as smooth as they come. A real nail driver. Have had many weapons, Hk is my "daily driver".......
     
  15. GunRunner

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    I would say it probably is a bottom of the line Sig used to compete with the cheaper entry level guns. I just think it was designed to reach a different portion of the market plus its backed by their good name
     
  16. Paperpuncher

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    It was designed for the French Military police with the French government picking up the tab for it's development, which is why they can sell it so cheap because it didn't cost Sig a thing to develop.

    So as far as being "bottom of the line", I respectfully disagree.
     
  17. GunRunner

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    I didn't mean as in crap, I meant from the Sig line
     
  18. Leathermarshmallow

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    the 2022 is an awesome gun. Selling it cheap because they want to move it? Bottom of the line? Try one out and then pass out opiniions.
     
  19. Paperpuncher

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    I hear Sig is going to pump up the marketing on this gun. They realized just what a cost effective gem they stumbled onto with the 2022.

    A 9mm just pumps out the rounds.
     
  20. billy396

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    I've had a SigPro 2340 in .40 S&W for years, and I bought a 357SIG barrel for it early on. It's been a great shooter and I've never had ANY problems with it shooting either round. I don't think there's too many changes between the 2022 and the 2340, as they're both available in 9MM, .40 and 357SIG. The 2022 is simply the newer version that replaced the 2340. The thing shoots great, but it's somewhat large for any type of concealed carry use.
     
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