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Old 04-05-2013, 21:52   #1
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First center fire Sig: P250

I always wanted to own at least one Sig center fire pistol. My first sig pistol was a Mosquito. The horrid mosquito experience turned me off, and Sig took a back seat to other pistols. The other reason it took so long is that I couldn't find a Sig that fit me just right.

Then I found this:

The Sig Sauer Club

I know... I know... a P250 Compact 9mm. He went from a Mosquito to a P250?

I have experience on different pistol trigger actions. I shoot them all well, but prefer a good DAO trigger. The P250 has an excellent DAO trigger. The medium grip frame feels as if it were custom tailored for my hand.

I had no idea that the P250 was a modular system. I can pop the fire control unit into different caliber x-change kits. I've purchased:

P250SC 9mm: complete gun used to get a 2nd FCU.
P250SC 45ACP: x-change kit.
P250 Compact 45 ACP: x-change kit.

I have the full size x-change kits for 9mm and 45 ACP full size on back order.

I also purchased a Sig 1911-22 for a training analog for my Ruger SR1911.

One sig leads to another ... and another ...and another...





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Old 04-05-2013, 23:04   #2
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Old 04-07-2013, 06:35   #4
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congratulations on your new pistol...don't worry too much about what is said on the interwebz...the SiG Pro was considered a failure at one time and look at the sales on those now...I predict you just bought a fine reliable pistol for less than SiG wanted you to pay...enjoy!

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Old 04-07-2013, 07:47   #5
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very nice pistol,
they have very smooth triggers pulls.
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