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Just a little photo of when I was at Doug's yesterday with my SIG P250. This photo is 10 rounds at somewhere between 20-25 feet. I have put around 400 or so rounds through it since I bought it about a month and a half ago or so, and love it! Smooth DAO trigger, and feels great in my hand. I have pictures of it in my new CrossBreed holster on the Accessories page, under the Supertuck IWB thread if you want to see more.

SIG P250 target.jpg

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Thanks everyone for your nice comments! :D I'm trying to shoot it as much as I can cuz this is my first DAO gun, and I want to make sure that I'm excellent with it. I still need some work, that was my best group of the day. One of my friends has never shot a DAO gun before, he has a SIG P226, and with the short SA trigger, he just pretty much jerks it back. He's a really good shot with it even jerking the trigger, but he tried my P250 and was able to miss the entire target a number of times cuz he's used to his gun. :ROFL: Anyway, the P250 is sweet, for me at least, and it's gonna be in my collection for quite a while.
 

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Nice review. Sig makes some really fine guns.
 

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Nice Shooting. I owned a P250 and really liked it. Had to sell it and have been bummed about it since.
The P250 is my sons choice of pistol too and he shoots it pretty well. Last time out I had him work on staging the trigger which helped him quite a bit.
Pull the trigger back to where it feels like its almost ready to drop and then finish in a smooth pull that kinda surprises you. Like shooting a revolver.
Accurate and attractive weapon, in my opinion.
Congratulations and good shooting to you!!!
 

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Nice Shooting. I owned a P250 and really liked it. Had to sell it and have been bummed about it since.
The P250 is my sons choice of pistol too and he shoots it pretty well. Last time out I had him work on staging the trigger which helped him quite a bit.
Pull the trigger back to where it feels like its almost ready to drop and then finish in a smooth pull that kinda surprises you. Like shooting a revolver.
Accurate and attractive weapon, in my opinion.
Congratulations and good shooting to you!!!
Thank you! :D It's a fun little shooter. I'm getting better with it as well. I carry it in a Blackhawk Serpa now. Used to be a Crossbreed Supertuck (I think it's getting a little teary eyed) but like the Serpa for a lot of applications, both CC and OC. I still use the Supertuck for when I want it a little more hidden, since the Serpa sticks out quite a bit. But it's a great little gun. Sorry to hear that you had to let yours go. Maybe your son will let you carry his. :D
 

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LOL!! He may be lucky he's grown as big as he is or I might have been forced to take his. :lol2:
I've been thinking on my next gun and def. want a 9mm. Torn between a few including the P250.
Having a hard time making up my mind, can get frusterating :nilly:
I miss it!!!!! :crying:
And It looks like you're shooting just fine to me, nice grouping, glad it's a target and not my chest.
 

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Could go with the 226, 228, 229, 239, 2022(Pro).... Sig has a lot of offerings in 9mm.
 
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