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    Senior Member CaliFFL's Avatar
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    Impulse purchase...

    Sig P250. Wasn't really looking, but the price was right.

    Anyone care to give me a review?


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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Although my love for SIG isn't universal....IMHO it's hard to go wrong with them....
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Lot of that impulsive stuff going around lately

    9mm?

    Congrats!
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Chief View Post
    Lot of that impulsive stuff going around lately

    9mm?

    Congrats!
    Yeah tell me about it. :-)

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    Senior Member CaliFFL's Avatar
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    Haven't shot it yet. I don't own another 9mm, so no ammo in my stash. It's clean, almost new.


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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Inexpensive is good, I am interested in a range report, only Sig I have ever shot was a 226 and I liked it, just not the price back in the late 80's.
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    At least you bought an entire gun, I bought a Drop In Timney Trigger for an AR yesterday. I don’t have an AR.

    (When I get to Texas, I’ll get my AR but just getting parts for now.)
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Don't love SIGs. But they work.

    Love guns!

    You suck!!
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawker View Post
    Although my love for SIG isn't universal....IMHO it's hard to go wrong with them....
    My love for SIG is pretty universal and the only SIG I've never grown fond of was their Mosquito .22 and even that is not a bad gun. But the second half of his statement is one of my universal truths. EVERY SIG I have ever played with has never failed to go bang and cycle every time I've needed it to do so (including the P228 I brought back from the dead) regardless of what I feed it including my original P226 that used to consume my first generation bulk reloads my buddy and I used to put together in my basement. Those things were so bad they choked every other gun and the P226 used to eat them like they were filet mignon. We just used dirty once fired brass including stuff we found at the range (neither one of us had a case cleaner) that had been out in the elements for weeks, cheapest bullets we could get our hands on and cheapest powder we had on hand including donations of rather suspicious very old cans from friends and such, sometimes guesstimating what it'd take to make the 9mm cycle. Many times his S&W would become a single shot while my SIG just spit them out one after the other with boring regularity...
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Some folks rescue animals..............Wambli (and others one here) rescue guns ...........ain't nuthin wrong with that
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    Nice
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    Re: Impulse purchase...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wambli Ska View Post
    My love for SIG is pretty universal...

    Aww, your so sweet Wambli lol.


    I love SIG firearms of any variety, smaller the better!
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