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    Pics P239 SAS/DAK

    Got a new to me Sig to replace the one I foolishly let get away. Never tried the DAK trigger before but dry firing it indicates it will be pretty nice. Will try it as a winter carry. Let me know what you think of it.





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    Nice Sig! How much did it set you back?
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    I always found the 239 to be a very good looking handgun. She is melted nicely for CC. Enjoy.
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    Nice gun...

    That is a very attractive gun, and I'm sure it will probably function perfectly. Congratulations on your acquisition.

    I've had a Sig P239 in 9mm for several years, and it has become a favorite carry gun. Mine is DA/SA and has gone through over 1000 rounds without a hitch. I would recommend the Hogue aluminum grips for this gun, as they make for a very slim grip with good hand adhesion due to sharp checkering.



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    Nice pistol! Congrats.
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    Puuuurfect! Luv it...one of the best cc guns on the planet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Nice Sig! How much did it set you back?
    Thanks! Cost one arm and one leg!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pogo2 View Post
    That is a very attractive gun, and I'm sure it will probably function perfectly. Congratulations on your acquisition.

    I've had a Sig P239 in 9mm for several years, and it has become a favorite carry gun. Mine is DA/SA and has gone through over 1000 rounds without a hitch. I would recommend the Hogue aluminum grips for this gun, as they make for a very slim grip with good hand adhesion due to sharp checkering.

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    Thanks, Your Sig is very nice as well. I will take a look at those grips. That way I could save the woodies for display purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
    Nice pistol! Congrats.
    Thanks for looking!

    Quote Originally Posted by Warmon View Post
    Puuuurfect! Luv it...one of the best cc guns on the planet.
    Thanks, I like the size and feel of the P239.
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    Congrats on the new to you gun.
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    Good solid guns. I have the same version (DAK SAS)(sweet trigger) as well as the DA/SA. I like both and to me they are pretty comfortable to carry IWB.
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    Congrats on your new 239. I have 2 239s...one SAS DAK in .40 like yours and a non SAS DAK in .357 Sig. They both disappear in an IWB holster under a t-shirt. Great choice for a carry gun.
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    I also have that exact model ("Gen 1" SAS) in 9mm. It is one of my agency's authorized secondary/off-duty guns, so I got mine "registered" and qualified with it. First time ever shooting it under any kind of stress, and I shot a perfect 200 with it (ranges of 3 to 25 yards, all strings begin from concealment, pretty short time limits in our qual). Hard to argue with that.

    The P239 is bigger and heavier than many other pistols with similar capacity, but it is truly a joy to look at, hold, and shoot. And it certainly can be carried and concealed without undue effort except under the most "deep cover" conditions.
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    I love these guns. I will own one someday! Nice piece! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Congrats on the new to you gun.
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by OPFOR View Post
    I also have that exact model ("Gen 1" SAS) in 9mm. It is one of my agency's authorized secondary/off-duty guns, so I got mine "registered" and qualified with it. First time ever shooting it under any kind of stress, and I shot a perfect 200 with it (ranges of 3 to 25 yards, all strings begin from concealment, pretty short time limits in our qual). Hard to argue with that.

    The P239 is bigger and heavier than many other pistols with similar capacity, but it is truly a joy to look at, hold, and shoot. And it certainly can be carried and concealed without undue effort except under the most "deep cover" conditions.
    Thanks. Sounds like you shoot yours quite well. I look forward to trying this weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by EsCrasston View Post
    I love these guns. I will own one someday! Nice piece! :)
    They seem to be hard to find at least in the Gen 1 versions.
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