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This is a discussion on Looking for a sa/da ccw within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Jackawala I like the 3rd generation S&W autos American made and, many to choose from, name your caliber. The Euro's have nothing ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackawala View Post
    I like the 3rd generation S&W autos American made and, many to choose from, name your caliber. The Euro's have nothing on them.
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    +1. Although I'm a fan of SiG pistols as well.
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    Sig P229, P239, P220

    Nothing beats a Sig!
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    Just because I have one and love it...CZ RAMI.

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    You can get a surplus West German Sig P6 or Zurich Sig P225 for $349. These are roughly the same size as a P239 at half the cost. I also recommend the Polish Radom P64 ($150), CZ82 ($200), Bulgarian Makarov PM ($275). All are uber reliable and deadly accurate. All have decockers, DA/SA and Safeties. I have one of each and the P64 gets the nod more than any of the others.

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    sig p239

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    I have a 3913 S&W I am very pleased with it.

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    I will also support what many others have said. CZ (75B, P-01, etc.) and Sig (several models to choose from depending upon size and caliber) would be my choices as well.

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    I would say Sig P229. All metal, good size, reliable, accurate, and RELIABLE!

    For cost saving I would have said Sig Pro for under $500 but that is plastic

    Go to a gun store and handle a H&K P2000 and you may change your mind.
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    +1 for both Sig and CZ. I would lean towards a P239 or P229 myself. What caliber? Maybe try the .357 sig
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    S&W 3913 (9mm) or 4013's (.40 s&w) are classic's.
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    Sig 239 is perhaps the best CCW weapon ever!

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    Sig P239 excellent choice...

    My Sig P239 has always worked perfectly, and if you want a DA/SA metal framed gun it is a good choice. It does not have a lot of capacity for its 27.5 ounce size, but makes up for it with easy, accurate shooting.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911marine View Post
    P239 or P228. Sigs are quality. As of now, my P239 is almost 1K rds and has been trouble free. Is it heavy? Yes. Is it low cap? Yes. But its smooth, accurate, and its the smallest size I can trust myself to handle in a defensive situation.
    I absolutely agree with this . I just bought mine and just put 100 rds through it but man what a nice gun to shoot. I look forward to 900 more rounds and expect no trouble. Again a sweet shooter and very accurate.

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    sig 228,hkp2000sk

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    I carry a Sig 239 in .40 cal and I love it. Its a great shooting gun and not too big.

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