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Old 08-24-2012, 10:03 AM   #1
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SIG P250 Trigger Pull?

I am interested in these pistols but cannot handle one before buying.

How does the trigger pull compare to the Double Action pulls on;

Smith and Wesson Model 10 revolver.

SIG P226.

SIG SP2022.

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Old 08-24-2012, 10:15 AM   #2
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I would say it is very similar to a revolver. It also has a clean and consistent break.

If you're used to revolvers, the 250 is for you.
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I would say it is very similar to a revolver. It also has a clean and consistent break.

If you're used to revolvers, the 250 is for you.
Thanks.

Is it as heavy or lighter like a HK LEM??
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Never fired a lem HK, just a USP .45.

The 250 trigger is lighter than my Ruger SP101.
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Good info...I was looking for that also.
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Old 08-24-2012, 05:14 PM   #6
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My 250 trigger pull came in at 6.1lb and very smooth. At .615/15.6mm it's kind of long though. I like it better than any other DAO.
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Can you put a short reset trigger in a P250?
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Old 08-24-2012, 11:28 PM   #8
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There is someone on P250sig.com that will do the job for you.
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Old 08-26-2012, 08:10 AM   #9
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My 250c 9mm is set up with a short trigger.
This pull is not shorter but percieved to be shorter with a flat faced trigger -I like it over the rounded face factory sent trigger.
The distance is shortened by 1/4 in -Your finger rests 1/4 in closer to the back-thats all.
Thus far I can get 4in groups at 25yds 2 handed with no support 115 gr cheap ammo.
The 250 (itself)can do much better in the right hands.Im a lefty.ha
It is a revolver shooter's dream to have a high cap D/A shootin iron.
Very smooooth trigger.It takes a lot of work to get a Revolver to tune that low-so I have been told.Jerry M may be running about 6lbs with his Smith.
The 250 comes factory with about 6 lbs.
No bugs in the 250 -Gen2.Plastic guide rods in the 250 are a cost selling point and a (I think)sig 229 will interchange if needed.
It took me abt 600+ rds to feel confident wit it.
The 250 is not a Sig stepchild but a ultra reliable upfront contender in Sig technology and craftsmanship.
A recent small survey on another forum of 250 FCU's determined that not a single one needed,required or felt as if any adjusting is needed to make the trigger smooth in comparrison to all others and brands we read about saying the trigger is gritty or the like with a hard pull .People have said usage makes it better but that is subjective in that by usage the trigger finger becomes stronger.
This goes from the Sc up to the FS in all calibers and configurations.
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I have the P250 SC. It has a long (a safety plus) but very smooth trigger pull. Very easy to stage the trigger just short of the break. I agree with a previous reply. This is a very high quality firearm. Don't let the low price (compared to pricier Sigs) fool you. P250s come in different grip sizes. I unknowingly bought mine in a size small. After replacing the frame with a medium size grip, the trigger pull felt even better.
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Thanks guys for very helpful info.

emac, I've read of "Gen 2" descriptions of the P250 but how do you tell if the gun is? Is there a serial number or something else to look for?
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Valdemar, The trigger on the P250 I feel is most like the trigger on a custom tuned
Colt Python (yes, I have one so I feel the comparison is valid.) or a Colt New Service.
The trigger is a consistant weight through the complete range of movement never
"stacking" or "staging". Smith and Ruger revolvers both "stack up" near the end of
the DA trigger stroke. I am amazed each time I have the opportunity to shoot Pams
P250 at how easy it is to shoot well. Simply press the trigger smoothly to the
rear and the pistol will reward you with X or 10 ring shots all day long. Shawn
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Thanks guys for very helpful info.

emac, I've read of "Gen 2" descriptions of the P250 but how do you tell if the gun is? Is there a serial number or something else to look for?
I do not have a link but there is what is called the old style grip and the new style grip.
The difference is visible at the bottom of the grip.
The new style grip has a cut out slot at the bottom of the mag well.
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Valdemar, The trigger on the P250 I feel is most like the trigger on a custom tuned
Colt Python (yes, I have one so I feel the comparison is valid.) or a Colt New Service.
The trigger is a consistant weight through the complete range of movement never
"stacking" or "staging". Smith and Ruger revolvers both "stack up" near the end of
the DA trigger stroke. I am amazed each time I have the opportunity to shoot Pams
P250 at how easy it is to shoot well. Simply press the trigger smoothly to the
rear and the pistol will reward you with X or 10 ring shots all day long. Shawn
Hey, thanks for this!

I know the differen I have had a lot of experience with the Colt Official Police {same action as the Python} and am familiar with the NS also, tho I didn't list them up top cuz I didn't think there would be anyone able to make the comparison between them and the Smith system! THANKS!

Yeah, I think I need to get one of these pistols.

Thanks to all. You guys have really hund meat on the bones of this question!
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For the price, it's a well made Sig. I have a P250c 40sw and over 1200 rounds of USA ammo without a hitch. The trigger's no problem with me.
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