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Two-Tone Sig P239 as an EDC

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    I CC a 239, damn fine weapon. The Two-tone will conceal the same as any other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TankerTruck View Post
    I'm considering buying a Sig P239 (9mm) as an ED CCW, and I was wondering if the two-tone would make consealing the weapon any harder.
    In short... Nope. it will just make you happy. I've got one in the regular black finish, and they are the same size. Mine shoots really will, and so will yours!

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    I EDC a P239 9mm with CT grips. Need I say it ---- Sweet!!!

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    I may be biased, but I say get the Sig. I wear a tu-tone everday. The 239 SAS was my first and now look what happened. I have MS VMII for them all. When I must tuck I have a comtac minotaur for the 239. Concealed is Concealed.
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    OP, when you say 2 tone, do you mean a P239 SAS or SAS DAK? If so, snag it and do it quickly, those are pure CC gold.

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    I went back to the local gun store last night, and had a BS-session with the owner, as well as holding, sighting... basically everything short of shooting the 3 guns I had listed.

    What it came down to is the Walther, as sexy and slim as it is, has a funny mag-drop. I like it and I think it's a very smart design. However, I was trained with the button mag-release, and I think if I did need to use it, the lever would prove problemmatic. So the walther is out.

    That left the S&W M&P 9c ($500+/-) and the two-tone Sig P239($750+/-). Which is basically what I expected to pay before I looked at the tags, so neither of them was a great deal, but very average for the area. The Sig was a P239, not the SAS model as shown on the website (you can't get an SAS model in MA, of course, since I like it the best), but it came in two-tone. I can't find it online on the sig website, but it looked just like the regular P239 shown on their website, but with a stainless steel slide.

    In MA, I don't think the DAK trigger is legal to buy (notice I said 'think', since I can't tell for sure), but I want to see if I can send a DA/SA out to get adjusted later on if I really like the DAK. I prefer the smooth 10lb DA trigger for the first shot to typical DAO Glocks/M&Ps.

    Thanks for all of the replies. Once I decide on the weapon, I'll take pics and all that for you guys to oogle.

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    Stop thinking about it and get the SIG.

    Mine's a 9mm SAS DAK. Best EDC I can imagine.

    Weight/size/capacity ratio? Whatever, this thing is sex with a trigger.

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    When I first purchased a 239 I bought the black and really liked it until my Son shot it and had to buy it from me. Well that turned out alright because I went to the gunshop and they had the same gun in two-tone with night sights. I bought it and love it. It won't make any difference if you carry it concealed, its covered. Get it, you'll be glad you did
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    I say if you like it go for it. Two tone is no biggie and it does look nice!

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    GET IT!!

    I carry a two tone P220 every day, not a problem ever!
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