Tuning in a bit late to the conversation, but that has never stopped me from interjecting my opinion before, why start now
Steer clear of the 250... it doesn't live up to Sig's high standards (IMHO), if you want a "budget" sig, go with the 2022. If you have the cash though... you won't regret anything from the 220 series. I have a 2340 in .357 Sig, a 226 in .40 and a 229 in 9mm that I carry pretty frequently (one at a time... all at once might be a bit excessive
). Indeed, they are heavier than Glocks... but they are better shooting (calm down fellas... I like the tupperware too, but there is no competition in the trigger department
), so basically a wash in the concealed carry dept. After all, to paraphrase Clint Smith... a gun is supposed to be comforting rather than comfortable. What you gain for the weight is legendary reliability and accuracy.
The 226 is one of the few firearms I've owned which I can honestly say has never once had a failure of any kind. Even my G17 has the occasional stovepipe when fed particularly crappy ammo... but the Sig eats it all and loves it. Their new 220 series subcompact should be filtering into the market soon too, the 224 if I am not mistaken. Similar firing controls and ergos to the rest of the series, but itty bitty (bout Kel-Tec P11/P40 size I think) and with their DAK trigger standard. Might be worth looking into if you are into that sort of thing.
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