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I just bought a 239 in .357, and should be picking it up this afternoon. It's used, as many of my purchases are, but great shape with ten magazines and a .40 barrel, as well. For four hundred bucks, I couldnt pass it up.
 
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Originally posted by sns3guppy:
I just bought a 239 in .357, and should be picking it up this afternoon. It's used, as many of my purchases are, but great shape with ten magazines and a .40 barrel, as well. For four hundred bucks, I couldnt pass it up.


Awesome! After i settle on NEEDS for the rest of the family, I think maybe that's what I will end up with.


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I traded my 239 years ago and just picked a used one up at Cabelas and had forgot how good it felt in my hand. My only complaint is the grips are so smooth but I have a set of Hogue checkered G10s on the way.


My P239 is my favorite 9mm for carry, and I installed the rubber Talon grip which solved the slippery grip problem.
 
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I just bought a 239 in .357, and should be picking it up this afternoon. It's used, as many of my purchases are, but great shape with ten magazines and a .40 barrel, as well. For four hundred bucks, I couldnt pass it up.


What a TREMENDOUS deal. I paid 300 for mine and thought that was a great deal but I didn't get 10 mags and an extra barrel.
 
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I carried a Sig P239 357 Sig for quite a few years. Great pistol. Twelve years ago, I sold it for a Glock 19. Better choice! I carry the G19 at times but mostly a Dan Wesson CCO .45ACP. Best choice!
 
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Are you still Carrying the 239? Do you find it a good carry gun? Or have you moved on to something else and why?



Are you still Carrying the 239? Do you find it a good carry gun? Or have you moved on to something else and why?

Yes.
Absolutely.
I have others I carry but that doesn't count as 'moving on.' It's the best.


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grab and go gun

What is that?


I just saw this question - sorry for the late response. I don't feel the need to carry around the house. My two DAKs are always readily available to my wife and I. When I'm away from the house I usually carry my P220 SAS or P229. But, for quick trips to the ATM, grocery store, etc. I grab my P239. It has the CTC grip on it which is turned off, except at night. It just fits my hand well.


P220 Carry SAS DAK
P229 Legacy 9mm
P365
 
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