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    SigmaBoy is offline Junior Member
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    It's really nice Mikey but it does have a long trigger pull and it'll surprised ya. Took me a bit to get used to it but it's so smooth and you don't feel the spring pressure build up. Also the trigger moves with the slide (weird) and on the last round from the mag the trigger stays back because the slide locked open. At first I thought the trigger broke and I ended up with a flyer. It was the only flyer on the target because now I know what to expect.

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    I should clarify. My G23 was 1st gen(purchased in 1989). I've never shot gen 3 or 4, but I imagine they may feel different than the gen 1.

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    I had and sold a Glock 23 gen 3 and I now own two P250s in compact and they are softer shooters in .40 than the Glock was to be sure.......JJ

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    Good to see some fellow P250 owners on here. I'm new to owning semi-auto handguns and for my very first purchase I went with a P250c in .40 S&W. I was at a local gun store and was just about to lay down some coin on a used Glock 22 when he pulled out the P250c. I picked it up, LOVED how it felt in my hand, and knew that it was what I had been looking for. I don't mind the DAO trigger as I am more used to firing wheel guns than anything. He gave me a helluva deal on it - $350 out the door for the gun (mint condition), three mags, and case. It's a gen 1 and I am aware that some of these suffered from problems in the beginning. However, after taking it down to our county gun range with some sheriff deputy friends of mine I must say I really enjoy the gun. It fired flawlessly from the very first round and has not given me any problems. As for the holster in this pic - I ordered it from Amazon for $39.99 shipped. It fits the compact and is for the Gen1 model only. I believe Sig is now making one for the Gen2 models - check their website to make sure.

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    Hey all...new to the forum, but not new to the Sig P250. I bought my new one recently and it is the newest model out. You can tell by the logo location and by the rail. The old model has a curved accessory rail, while the newest model has a flat picatinny rail. I was fortunate enough to buy mine with the .40 and the .357sig barrels. Cool thing is the mags accept both rounds...and so does the frame..so i only have to swap barrel. Even the spring is compatible. I love the trigger pull...after I got used to it. Its a revolver in an auto's clothing! Long and easy...but controlled. Mine is the full size and it carries great. Thought about some hogue slip on...but not sure yet. I love the high capacity mags. Over all its a great gun. Took them awhile to get the bugs worked out...like everything. I was fortunate enough to get a later edition model...so it works flawless. My next venture is a Walther P99as....anyone have one or experience one?

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    After about 350 rounds through my first-gen 250c, I'm really enjoying the gun. I got to the range here a few weeks ago with a friend of mine and I have to agree with many of the posts here about the recoil vs. that of the Glock. I shot a G22 and mine and there is a noticeable difference. Perhaps it is because the Sig is a bit heavier. I've been shooting a variety of ammunition including some new Winchester Ranger 135gr hollow points.

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    What kinds of ammo have you guys been using with your Sigs? I've shot several kinds thus far and just picked up some Winchester Ranger 135gr JHP. Haven't shot it yet but I expect it should have great velocity and expansion due to the lighter bullet.

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    Here's my 250c with the two extra mags it came with and the holster I ordered from Amazon. Shoots great, no problems thus far. The recoil does seem to be much more light than that on a Glock - maybe because the Sig is a heavier gun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverG View Post
    Iam thinking of selling mine so I can get a 226.Iam just not big on plastic guns and dont like the long trigger pull .
    Not a glock fan I take it..

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