Held the new SIG P250 today. It is brand new in a local shop going for about $600-$699 depending on finish and standard/night sights.
My first impressions of this pistol is it is VERY unlike all other SIGs. I am familiar, as most of you probably are, with the venerable SIG 225, 226, and 229. These guns feel very solid in the hand, however the P250, to me, does not. My initial impressions on the polymer grip is it just doesn't make for a very solid feel on this gun. Maybe I am too used to HK polymer frames which do seem to feel more sturdy in my hand. I am also used to SIGS having all metal frames so when you pick the P250 up it just feels too light to be called a SIG. Hard to describe, but the HK polymer frame would be my preference. I think because the P250 frames are modular it means they are really just a plastic shell for metal components, and I think this is where most of the light weight feel comes from.
The DAO trigger feels alot like LEM to me. Light DA that was very very smooth. Thats all I can say about the trigger without shooting it. The sights were the standard SIG-LITE night sights and the hammer was bobbed off like a USPc. The gun pointed well and felt comfortable in my hand, albeit not as comfortable as a P30 or the HK45. Again being an HK nut I didn't like the push button mag. release, after having the ambi. ones on the HK I doubt I can ever go back. Also I noticed the mags. do not have the numbered holes on thier spines to tell you how many rounds are in them. To me this was an oversite on SIGs part because every new gun seems to have these and why they left them off I cannot understand.
All in all the gun seemed very nice and would make for a nice carry gun. Personally, if I were to spend about $700 on this gun I would just spring for a little extra to get an HK, but thats just me. The overall design of the gun as well as the price point is unlike any other SIG out there thats for certain.