hm, that's a funny question..
I dunno.do you think I scored?
My purchase experience went like this:
I typically research the foo outta stuff before I buy.
I looked online at several places, and saw that I could POSSIBLY have "saved"
$20 bux, $30 here & there etc
But, in the end , I agree with my wife who felt that even if we spend a few extry dollars,
it's a good thing to support our smaller, local guy.
And having that relationship with them has great value as well...etc
Though I have zero experience with Sig Sauer, it feels to me that in an overall general sense, $465
feels like a solid buy for what you get.
I had started down the S&W 686 6" road, but they're pretty pricey for new, and so started looking at semi-autos
During the purchase, the guy offered that Sig could put on a laser for like 40 bux or something, but I opted not to.
The gun should arrive tomorrow, or maybe Ths
Yes, he knows what I like but it is addicting. LOL---A bunch of us old poots sit around and drink coffee there and swap lies, er,--I mean stories. Problem is, now I don`t have to pay up front. If I want something, he does the paperwork and it goes home with me. I pay later. I always tell him he was a drug dealer in another life.
$465 for a FS P250 isn't bad. I paid $ 400 ish for each of mine, one compact and one sub compact. Just think of it as your semi auto revolver to get used to the trigger. My P250 is my primary carry when I'm out of the PRNJ, I have one dedicated for 9/357/40 and one dedicated to 45. I have about 2500-3000 rds through the two without a single malfunction shooting both factory and handloads.
glad to hear it chickendoode!
yeah I've watched/heard about the long 2x action pull, but the beauty for me is,
it's been so long since I've shot anything, it'll be pretty much like starting with 0