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SIG Sauer P250 Pellet Pistol, Black

Pellet firing version of the Sig p250
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  • Code: P250F-177-12G-16-BLK · $79.99 · .177 · 430 fps
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One of the most popular full size home defense handguns on the market today the Sig Sauer P250 offers Sig Sauer reliability for a price that won't break the bank. Sig Sauer has introduced this CO2 powered pellet firing replica of the P250 that makes a great companion to your P250 powder burner. Use it to keep your skills sharp and practice anytime in your own backyard, basement, or garage. Features a polymer frame, metal slide and built in Picatinny rail mount.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerSIG Sauer
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity430 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight1.45
  • Overall Length8.00
  • Barrel Length4.75
  • Loudness4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
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4.523 Reviews
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1.0
By Adam N.April 23, 2018

It doesn't shoot the pellets half the time and when it does its not accurate at all.

Pros
You could plant it on an intruder after you eliminate them that way it looks like they were armed.

Cons
It's garbage.

5.0
By BenUSADecember 9, 2017

I love this pistol, it provides a lot of fun factor, and a good amount of realism. I own 4 different air gun pistols, this is the one I go to the most often! There are a few things I like, love, and hate about this pistol, but there is more love than hate!

Pros
- good feel, there is a fair amount of heft to the pistol, lending to the realism aspect, that coupled with a heft recoil, lends to a significant realistic weight and recoil the first clip or two - the mag release is perfect & seems like it is ambidextrous (there is a screw on the right side & it pushes through, leaving me to believe I could swap it out to be left handed) - accuracy is great...I shoot primarily at 10ft. It ends up leaving me with 2.5in groups at a leisurely pace and 1.5in groups while taking my time w/ shots - the safety is great, it's a decocking safety (a minor issue below), and is easy to turn to safe - it has a pic rail on the bottom of the barrel - it shoots sa/da, when shooting in the cold, this makes a pretty big difference in my opinion. First shot, you pull back the slide to ready the pistol (SA). Second shot, you're already ready because the recoil on the slide cocks the hammer for the second shot, so now you're DA. However, once your CO2 gets low (less pressure to slide the slide) or when it's cold (same as low co2) you can continue to shoot by pulling the trigger (no need to re-rack the slide each shot). Since you don't have to re-rack the slide each shot, you just need to pull the trigger harder/further (SA) so you're still doing the same motion, just need to pull the trigger a bit further/harder. - co2 insertion is easy and accurate, no question about if it was inserted well, it's always a good and easy co2 connection - shoots BBs or pellets - nice purchase on the hand grip (brought to you by an average hand on the chunky side) - good sight picture - rear sites are 2 white dots, front site a single white dot

Cons
- it seems to be the worst in terms of co2 discipline (if that's a thing...). I get the least amount of rounds fired per co2 cartridge with this gun - the magazine release will sometimes catch on the co2 container (backstrap) - there is not a slide stop, meaning you have to count shots fired to know when to change mags - 8 round stacks. Even though they say there are 16 rounds per clip, it means 8 rds on the top, drop the mag, flip it upside down, slide the mag back in, another 8 rds, then swap mags. This seems counter-intuitive - had an issue where the stock mag wasn't cycling, AGD fixed that ASAP! - sometimes the safety doesn't seem to decock the hammer. So you have a live hammer, nothing in the barrel, activate the safety, it doesn't decock the hammer, however, it renders the firing mechanism invalid (meaning the hammer looks cocked), but even if you pull the trigger - it is still pulled away from the firing pin and doesn't engage the firing pin

5.0
By AlanDecember 1, 2017

Looks great. Have not shot it yet

5.0
By WarrenUSAOctober 16, 2017

Very well-made I've been so busy for so long I have no time for the range anymore my buddy suggested this just so I can get a little target practice in the yard. I wish I had the idea years early I've been shooting all my life have not thought about a BB gun since I've been 10 or 12 I did not know that they have come this far for a second I forgot it was a BB gun I know only one second but it is a great way to get a little target practice

Pros
Everything

Cons
Not one bad thing to say about this gun I personally don't think there is a con

5.0
By QuackSeptember 28, 2017

Trained with a 1911 and Glock 19. Preference: S&W 66 carried as a peace officer. This P250: Nice weight. Nice feel. 16 rounds at NRA 10m in a cereal box: Im better with the 66.

5.0
By JoeUSASeptember 12, 2017

The P250 is cool. It checks out like the real deal. Nice blowback.

Pros
Accurate, puts holes through tin cans

5.0
By Mike C.September 4, 2017

Fantastic just what I expected and a little more.great kick. Nice blow back. It's a toy and I went in knowing that. What I didn't see comeing was the perfect replica. A man can stay proficient while enjoying his new toy in his basement 10yd range. It's accurate as well.

Pros
Replica! Firearm proficiency. Fun!!!!!

Cons
?? I'll get back to ya.

5.0
By WilliamUSAAugust 15, 2017

So far so good! I also have the P320. Both these pistols I'm very happy with. Great Repliocas

Pros
Very accurate.

Cons
I shoot only so far RWS Super -H-Point. I have tried the cheaper ones. I was getting constant jams in both the P320 and P250

5.0
By ReUSAJuly 27, 2017

The Sig P250 was the closest thing to a real handgun i ever experienced. I never would have thought it would or could slide back as fast as I could pull the trigger but it did. It looks and felt so good that I bought another Sig the P320 and if its as fast as the P250 I will be even more impressed. 5 Stars so far.

Pros
Fast. Looks real. feels real. Inexpensive.

Cons
None that I can tell about.

2.0
By PanchoMay 1, 2017

First of all, the packaging. After failing to open it with scissors, then risking my hand trying with a sharp knife, I finally had to use a hacksaw to open the plastic contraption. Now, the gun. After a just a few rounds it loses power dramatically. Accuracy is very poor. Placing the CO2 cartridge inside the gun is cumbersome.

Pros
Is a faithful replica of the original.

Cons
Not enough space to tell about the many cons.

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What is this model similar to compared to an actual gun? Like a Glock 19, a 1911, etc.? I'm looking to buy a leather waist holster for it.

asked Hunter from USA

Hi I understand the current laws on export of guns to UK.but I think the cost of post would exceed the total cost of purchasing locally.so I gave up for the moment. But thanks for help .regards Dr r Kirby UK.regards

Rich kirby

Its based of the real Sig Sauer p250, any holster for the real firearm version would work for the airgun version. It is a full size pistol so it would be in the same family as a G17 or other full frame semi autos.

Scott from USA
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