Like guns, Love Sigs
P229 (.40 S&W) in a MS-VM2 at 4: o'clock, configured "tuckable", 'cause I always tuck my shirt tail in.
I also carry a MS PCH-M in my left front pocket to carry my spare magazine.
Sig 228 with Mitch Rosen shoulder holster if wearing a jacket in urban setting. Sig 239 with Survival Sheath chest rig in the field.
U.S. Army 11F4P Vietnam 69-70 NRA Life Member
P239 Gen 2 SAS (in .357Sig)
Life's tough...tougher if you're stupid
(AKA "cwr" on SIGforum [email account issues])
The 239 was my favorite Sig to carry.
P239 (.40 S&W) in a VMII.
P224 in 357Sig
SIG 239 in 9mm. Hands down. Custom Kydex at 9 o'clock.
If you would only recognize that life is hard, things would be so much easier for you. - Louis D. Brandeis
1911 Ultra .45
Not minority enough!
Another vote for P239 9mm with Trigicons in a Super Tuck.
Most of the time it is the Sig P938, usually IWB but on occasions when I need to be sneaky it is the P238 in my Desantis pocket holster.
P239 .40 in Galco IWB or SmartCarry®.
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I use a different holster, but if I'm carrying a Sig, the P225 Classic is the one.
Just because you can, doesn't mean
Not everyday but very often:
The original P-239 SAS in .357 Sig, OWB in a no name open top leather belt holster.
I do also wear suspenders as I have very little butt to assist holding everything up. (FWIW I wear suspenders even if I am not CCW'ing or even if I wear my shoulder holster) Damm "No Butt Syndrome".
Over the years, I have carried a lot of Sigs on a daily basis, P230, P228, P225, P220 and P226. While each of them has it's own appeal, I always come back to the 226. Something about the slim slide and grip angle draw me back. I have to admit carrying a 226 Mexican style with a flush fit 18 round Mec-Gar mag. Concealed under a polo shirt, I felt very well protected. Carried easy, no printing what so ever.
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239 (9mm) in a Raven Holster (OWB) with one spare mag.
P938, either IWB or in my pocket.
"Let us speak courteously, deal fairly, and keep ourselves armed and ready."
President Theodore Roosevelt
"The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good"
-- George Washington
That would be my P6 in the belt holster that some of them came with and a close 2nd would be my 229R in an HF2 by Tucker Gunleather.
Harry Callahan "A man has got to know his limitations".
Teddy Roosevelt "Talk soft carry a big stick"
I Cor10: 13 "1611KJV"
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