Sig P250-22 and 9mm X-Change Kit
Ed Head reviews the SIG P250 in .22LR along with a 9mm X-Change Kit
(Photo courtesy of Down Range TV)
Sometimes you miss the boat. When Sig Sauer brought out the Sig 250 a couple of years ago, I failed to grasp what made this new pistol so interesting. After all, it was another double action only (DAO) pistol; something Sig had been making for years.
By the time the Sig 320 came around – a striker-fired version of the 250 – I had it figured out. A modular pistol with a serial numbered chassis that can be moved from one inexpensive replacement frame to another and the availability of slide and barrel X-Change Kits makes the 250/320 a highly convertible design.
Frame sizes include full size, compact and sub-compact and the top ends can be swapped out for full and compact size slide and barrel combinations (the compact slide fits on the sub-compact frame).
Slides/barrels are available in .22LR, 9mm, .357 Sig, .40 S&W and .45ACP. That is a lot of mix and match, all accomplished with one chassis and the parts necessary to set the gun up in your choice of calibers and sizes.
Read the rest of Ed Head’s review at DownRange.tv.