SIG Sauer Introduces P250-22 Rimfire Pistol

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posted on November 17, 2015
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SIG Sauer has introduced an affordable option for plinkers, instructors and new shooters, the P250-22, a rimfire .22LR version of the modular P250

“The real benefit to the P250-22 lies in its ability to be converted to fire center-fire rounds, such as 9 mm, .40 or .357SIG,” said John Brasseur, Director of Product Development for SIG Sauer, Inc. “This allows newer shooters to work up to the more powerful cartridges, and is a great tool for introducing youth to the shooting sports.”

The P250-22’s serialized fire-control group, which is the same as on center-fire models, can be installed in a variety of grip modules. This versatility allows the P250-22 to be fit to any hand, and with the addition of an X-Change kit, can be converted to center-fire.

Full-size, compact and subcompact X-Change kits mean the P250-22 can be set up quickly and easily as a center-fire duty pistol, concealed-carry gun or backup piece. The smooth double-action only trigger offers a consistent, clean trigger press, which stays the same regardless of the caliber or configuration.

“The P250-22 is truly a ‘one-gun’ solution,” Brasseur said. “Thanks to the wide variety of caliber and grip module options, the P250-22 can meet any need and fit any hand.”

Offered in the Compact configuration, the P250-22 is now shipping to SIG Sauer dealers across the nation. For more information, please visit us at sigsauer.com.

SIG Sauer P250-22 Specifications

P250-22 Compact

Caliber

.22LR

Action Type

DAO

DA Trigger Pull

6.5 lbs

Overall Length

7.2"

Overall Height

5.3"

Overall Width

1.4"

Barrel Length

3.9"

Sight Radius

5.8"

Weight w/Mag

21.2 oz

Mag Capacity

10 Rounds

Sights

Adjustable or contrast sights

Grips

Modular black polymer

Frame Finish

Interchangeable grip shell with stainless steel serialized frame insert

Slide Finish

Black hard coat

Features

Centerfire modularity, replaceable grip modules, smooth DAO trigger

MSRP

$434

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