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Thank you for your comments and will try to report back, should I be coerced into holding one.

Understand your feelings regarding re-homing and it's a kind thought.

Have only about 40% use of my dominant hand, so not sure at all regarding firing one of the little beasties, but folks sure are in love with them!

A P239 DAK was the first Sig to have been fired and just fell in love with it.

It's my first and favourite Sig.




Frank

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…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

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Okay, good words about the P239.

I would imagine with you deficit and you can function the P239, you’ll probably be able to function the P365, however, if you do well with your current pistol, there is no need to just discard it for the sake of buying the latest greatest next piece that comes along.
Eventually I will just stop adding to my gathering of pistols, and if will be up to me to sell them, no doubt I’ll be heart broken.
 
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Thanks.

Would never ever sell the Gen 1 SAS P239.

No matter what.

Can't tell you how hard I looked, back in the 2012 timeframe, and was fortunate enough to find one with help right here on SF.

If ever there were, then it would be "my precious" Wink




Frank

Dogs are gifts from God, full of love. Save a life, adopt!

…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

NRA Benefactor Frown (Go away, Wayne!!! )

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One of my few regrets in life is selling my Sig P245 -- great, GREAT gun, extremely accurate, and I thought for conceal carry here in Florida I'd go 9mm and smaller. And now I truly wish I had it back again. I have more Sig pistols now than I need (7) but I will NEVER sell any of them (because I'd just regret it again).


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Originally posted by Kelleytoons:
One of my few regrets in life is selling my Sig P245 -- great, GREAT gun, extremely accurate, and I thought for conceal carry here in Florida I'd go 9mm and smaller. And now I truly wish I had it back again. I have more Sig pistols now than I need (7) but I will NEVER sell any of them (because I'd just regret it again).


Wow! Most Sigs I had was 5.

So, here we are talking about never selling, and regretting to some degree firearms we sold.
I’m at a cross road, no longer young and healthy as I once was.
Many handguns.
Do I start to thin out now?
If I wait until I’m no longer here, does it financially help my wife? Will she get the best price?
A person starts thinking differently at certain times in their lives.
If I happen to live another 15, 18-20 years, will I regret it that long for selling now?
 
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I don't want to get too off topic here (particularly since it's a thread I started :>Wink but if you sell now you'll just spend the money. If you're worried about your wife after you've gone, best to leave them and tell her how to get the best price. I don't have more than a few years left now, but for me I won't get rid of anything that leaves the house less secure (our guns are staged around the house so I'm never further than an arm's length away from one -- right now I can reach out and lay my hands on my Sig Stainless P226, a helluva weapon but one I'll never carry).

If I *could* live another 20 years I'd have no regrets about keeping them (I'd just love to live that long :>Wink.


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Agree, sir, about not selling.

When I first started down this path, it was said one buys guns and doesn't sell them.

Very good idea about the contingency plan...

To get back on track, my other favorite Sig to carry is a M11-A1 converted to DAK by Mr. Robert Burke Big Grin

Of course, the added capacity is welcome and the DAK system works very well for me.




Frank

Dogs are gifts from God, full of love. Save a life, adopt!

…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

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My M11-A1 is my current daily carry -- has been for quite some time (I had Sig work on the trigger so it's butter smooth).

I've got to get the range sometime to shoot my 365 just to see if it will work as an alternate on the days when it's so hot here I can't wear more than a t-shirt and shorts. Perhaps soon.


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Would enjoy to hear any comparisons between the two, for reference, please Smile




Frank

Dogs are gifts from God, full of love. Save a life, adopt!

…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡

NRA Benefactor Frown (Go away, Wayne!!! )

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365XL appendix carry in a random ebay sellers kydex with the little extra thing to make the butt press against me.
 
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Since getting a 365 eleven months ago, it has become my EDC. With a flat base 10 round magazine it rides in a Sticky holster in my pocket, 12 round mag when carried in a Don Hume JIT at 3:30-4:00 on my right hip, in both cases I have a 15 round mag as a spare riding in a Don Hume single mag pouch on my left hip.


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