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Sig 250 compact

Discussion in 'The Sig Sauer Club' started by sk65, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. sk65


    Feb 6, 2005
    s.e. michigan
    I see these are on sale for $399.00, does anyone have any experience with these?
  2. Grinchster


    Aug 25, 2010
    Palmetto State
    Yea, I owned one until a couple weeks ago and never had any issues of ftf or fte. Nice little polymer (light weight) frame. Easily disassembled and reassembled. And with the convertable option of making it several other calibers with mag and barrel change. I would still own it but upgraded recently to a Kimber Ultra Carry ll. Also you can purchase some siglight night sights from Sig for $100 bucks to make it really sweet.

    Good luck, Grinchster

  3. sk65


    Feb 6, 2005
    s.e. michigan
    Well I put one a layaway today. I really like the ambi controls since I'm a leftie
  4. Rented a 9mm and 40sw a few months back and went though 200rds in each without a problem. These were really dirty but were very accurate for their intended use . I like the P250 compact 45acp myself. Is the one you just put back on layaway new frame or old? Early congrats btw.
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2011
  5. roadkill46


    Aug 6, 2009
    love mine in 9mm. second fav pistol, sent it off for a melt job and cerakote and stipled the frame, looks like a different gun and after 700 rounds of flawless operation it is a great weapon.
  6. PlayboyPenguin


    Jul 19, 2008
    I have both the compact and the subcompact in the .40S&W versions. I have been really fond of both of them. I took them both to the range again this weekend and put another hundred rounds through each. Not a single issue from either on of them and they both were extremely accurate. In fact they were more accurate than I was due to a shoulder injury I was compensating for that day.

    I love the design of these guns. Not because of the ability to change calibers or grip sizes but because of the other attributes such as being able to replace a damaged grip, the solid steel rails, night sights, DAO trigger, etc.

    Last edited: Feb 14, 2011
  7. jack76590


    Aug 15, 2004
    I just examined two at the gunshop. The double action trigger pull seemed very smooth. But of course that was in the gunshop not at the range. How do you find the double action pull at the range. Can you fire it as accurately as a single action and what about speed of fire? thanks.
  8. triaxle


    Dec 22, 2006
    I just got the subcompact with fact nite sites and it has worked great for the 400 I just shoot its a 9
  9. bac1023


    Sep 26, 2004
    I just can't seem to warm up to the P250 or some of the other new Sigs.
  10. sk65


    Feb 6, 2005
    s.e. michigan
    Well Bac, when you have an X-Five, how could you warm up to any other pistol......LOL
  11. I have the P250 compact in 40S&W. I put about 200 rounds through it today and had no issues whatsoever. To be honest, this was my first time firing the gun since I got it, and I was very impressed with its performance. I only shot at 10 yards but had no problems kepping all rounds in a 2 inch group.
  12. I have the .40sc. Softest shooting .40 I have ever tried.

    I just recently got the .45c. Fits my hand perfect. Again, very soft shooting.

    At a $100 less (at least) than a Glock, there is no comparison.

    Never would have considered one if not for the chance to rent one. Sold me.
  13. hdbob


    Nov 8, 2009
    Seen this before, ALOT... I dont think they hit it off like sig hoped. the prices have dropped.... From what I have read and seen most sig people dont like them...or I should say prefer the other models. I have never shot one, but I would buy a used 226 or something first... I have seen more problems stated with them than any other sig.... I think people see SIG and then see the price and then buy them..... Same with the sig pro's, I dont like them and think they are not as good as a 226 or 229. For me I just shoot them better.

    AS far as no comparison with Glocks, your right... I would as most LE officers far trust a glock over a sig 250.
    I would spend the money and get a 229 or 226 instead of realizing later and having to sell to get one. But then again the 250 may be good for some people...

    like I said I never owned one, but the prices and expectations when they came out were high. The prices dropped because THE DEMAND wasnt there....
    Last edited: Mar 9, 2011