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    Sig p250 .40 or Ruger SR9C

    Hello All,

    About to buy my first handgun, but I'm not sure which one to buy. I have a concealed permit and have borrowed buddies' guns in past to shoot at range. I've shot the Sig p 250 and it felt pretty good. I saw this Ruger SR9C today for $387. I can get the Sig for $400 at buds. I've read about a few problems with the ruger's slide getting stuck. Any advice on a really good 9 mm or .40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brittoman View Post
    Hello All,

    About to buy my first handgun, but I'm not sure which one to buy. I have a concealed permit and have borrowed buddies' guns in past to shoot at range. I've shot the Sig p 250 and it felt pretty good. I saw this Ruger SR9C today for $387. I can get the Sig for $400 at buds. I've read about a few problems with the ruger's slide getting stuck. Any advice on a really good 9 mm or .40.

    Thanks
    This will go like most will tell you, shoot what you can and make your own decision. Everyone has different issues. I have several pistols all 9mm and my favorite everyday carry is my Sig 250 SC. Some say it is a long trigger but to me there is no problem. Once you decide on a weapon and buy it practice, practice, practice. My holster is a Remora no clip with a reinforced top. Good luck.

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    I have no experience with the Sig, but I have NEVER had any problems with my SR9c. It's my favorite gun.

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    I am sure that Palmetto Armory had Sig P250s on sale for about 349. and free shipping, if not try CDNN I have dealt with all and no problems. I own three Sig P250s and I love the ability to changes sizes and calibers using a kit and your FCU (fire control unit)....JJ

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