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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.


P239
M11-A1
340 M&P


 
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I love my sig 239 40 caliber it feels great in my hand with hogue finger grips and I shoot it like a pro : ). It is similar to my duty weapon before retiring the sig 229 40 cal. I have shot the Glock 17, 19 and it just does not feel right in my hand. I just stock up on Sig mags etc, when I come across them since Sig no longer makes the 239 : (
 
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Yep, one of my favorites. Have a P239 SAS DAK in .40, and also 9 and .357.

It's been my primary carry for years, although I do substitute 1911, P220 or others.

Getting really fond of the P320 as well.
 
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