Summer time carry, single stack .40?

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    I say with your list of requirements they are best met by the Walther PPS
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    I will suggest looking at the CW40 and the PPS. Or, you can wait like I am until Ruger gets around to putting the SR40 compact on the market. I am really wanting one.

    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    Here's my P239 40 cal. It's been shot very little, and carried even less. It is an excellent gun, well made, comfortable to shoot, and actually fit's my short stubbie fingers pretty well, but I just don't get it out of the safe very often. Have been considering letting it go.




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    As for the Sig-P239, I did a comparison thread on here a year or two ago that showed through pictures that the grip and slide of our 9mm P239 was almost identical to that of my G23 in size. The 239 is a great pistil but with the size of it, it really bewilders me why it is a single stack gun.
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    Kahrs have long trigger pulls? In that case, I guess I had better not mention the SIG P239. I thought Kahrs had quite short trigger stroke lengths, unless something has changed since we bought our K9 pistols in the late 1990s.

    I manage to get through the Texas summers with my usual SIG P229 double-stack .40s and SP101 snubbies. I would not want to carry a mere .380. When wearing really skimpy clothing, I tote a larger weapon in a Wilderness Safepacker, or a snubby in camera case. If the Safepacker or camera case is not actually attached to my body, I will wear a smaller weapon on my person, too.

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    the SA mode of the DA/SA P239 is a very short trigger. Even the DA doesn't seem a lot different length pull than my Kahr CW9.... and I do have short fingers

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