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SIG Sauer P250 Two-Tone 9mm (Grade: A-)

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If a DAO pistol is your choice of handgun, the quality of the Sig Sauer trigger combined with its crystal-clear sights will make your day.

SIG Sauer P250 Two-Tone 9mm (Grade: A-)

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The extractor of the P250 was designed to bulge when the chamber was filled. This was the only mechanical indicator regarding the condition of the chamber or the state of the action. We found this feature far too vague to be reliable. We considered this gun loaded unless the slide was locked back and an empty chamber was visible.
Aside from the new DAO trigger the modular design of the P250 was its key feature. The metallic subassembly was the registered firearm. The polymer grip body could be changed to suit different hand sizes. But as of this writing, only the medium size grip body was available.
Both the P2000 LEM and the P250 began with long trigger pulls. But the Sig Sauer trigger swept all the way to the break with little change in resistance. The distance of the pull was the same every time, and the trigger had to be fully released before it would reset. This did not stop us from being able to fire it quickly.

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