Yesterday, I picked up a new gun from the gun shop. A Sig Saucer P250 in .22 LR. I thought it would add in nicely with my other Sig and my many conversions for it (.40 S&W, .45 ACP, 9MM).
The nice thing about this gun is I can use it with any of my other conversion kits. Or even if I get tired of the .22 LR I could sell it as a kit and keep the firing module and make one of my other conversion kits into an actual gun.
My first target shooting with the .22 showed me something interesting. I was flinching. I dry fire practice and shoot a fair amount, but I hadn’t seen myself flinching for a while. I think I’ve been flinching just slightly, but just hadn’t been noticing. I see this as a positive sign that shooting the .22 will be good for me just like shooting round balls in my muzzleloader with a small load is good for me. It will allow me to focus on being steady while not caring about the recoil.
This gun is super accurate as are my other Sigs. I saw a few shots keyhole at about 10 to 15 yards. I was even able to consistently hit a large steel target I had setup about 125 yards away.
My only wish so far is that the 10 round magazine would have a bigger capacity. It seems like they could fit twice at least that in the magazine. Maybe there is a feeding reason or something. I don’t know, but it would be nice if it was bigger.
It looks to be a fun gun. I really glad Sig came out with this conversion for the p250.