Checks the Walther P99C-AS if you're interested in a DA/SA subcompact pistol. Very overlooked handgun for CC. Mine should be in my hands next week. Actually has 3 different trigger "choices" in a striker-fired gun. Decocked puts it in DA with a longer pull of about 8-9 lbs I believe. Cocked puts one in the pipe and trigger is in same position as DA, but with less effort...anti stress position they call it. Cocked and trigger staged in SA for third position (not advised for carry). I held HKs, Sigs, and liked the P99 better. Just throwing it out there." I was not comfortable with a chambered round in my (sold) Glock 19."
I'm not that keen on carrying a gun like an LC9sPro.
a friend of mine that works at a gun store, got into Glocks when they first came on the market for LE. one of his buddies who was a DEA agent (and old revolver guy) showed him the "correct" way to carry a Glock, carry it without a round in the chamber. chambering a round was part of the draw. (I think you'll find a loyal LE following for DA/SA pistols like Sig, HK, Beretta).
I got rid of a Kahr(never liked the trigger and the gun just had a "cheap" feel about it) and bought a S&W mdl. 36 snubnose. I like the S&W trigger. I also have a Ruger P-89 and I'm not in love with the trigger it is very serviceable.
after I get rid of the LC9s, I'll be looking for a "subcompact", either DA/SA or DAO.
does the Sig 250 have free travel in the trigger pull or are you pulling on something all the time? (looseness or free travel in the trigger lets me get into the bad habit of slapping the trigger and the accuracy goes way down).