Range Report P239

Range Report P239

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    Range Report P239

    Shot my new P239 with the DAK trigger today. It will be a keeper. The trigger is similar to my S&W 642 as far as the length of pull intially. The Sig is smoother and the reset for the second shot is really a nice feature. I put about 200 rds. thru it today, absolutely no issues whatsoever. Used WWB,TULAMMO, and Federal and went thru them all with no problems. My last 5 shots were at a 2" circle from 21' with two hand hold and no support. I'll tighten them up with some more practice.
    You can get off some quick second and third shots with the DAK set up. It reminds me of the Glock 19 in that regard. Of course the trigger is much smoother. I do not usually shoot to get tight groups most of the time I practice on the move. The grips are nice to look at but a bit to thick for my hands, I might try some others, but that would be my only negative. Love it!


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    Glad you are happy with it. Just to be sure its safe and reliable, why don't you send it to me and I will put a few rounds through it! ;)
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    Your two tone 239 is good looking; old style trigger too, nice. I owned one when the first came out in the '90's. If you are switching out grips try the Hogue G-10's, not sure what they would feel like on a single stack, but on my P229 they are slimmer than factory and improve the ergonomics greatly. Many P239 owners comment that the model matches or outshoots their larger Sig's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EsCrasston View Post
    Glad you are happy with it. Just to be sure its safe and reliable, why don't you send it to me and I will put a few rounds through it! ;)
    Ah no, I don't think so. But I'll keep you in mind should I need any help.

    Quote Originally Posted by matthew03 View Post
    Your two tone 239 is good looking; old style trigger too, nice. I owned one when the first came out in the '90's. If you are switching out grips try the Hogue G-10's, not sure what they would feel like on a single stack, but on my P229 they are slimmer than factory and improve the ergonomics greatly. Many P239 owners comment that the model matches or outshoots their larger Sig's.
    Thanks, I will look at the Hogues. I enjoyed shooting it today.
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    That is a fine handgun. I only sold mine because I have big hands and the reach to the trigger was wrong for me. They are great shooters, enjoy.

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    Nice group. Definitely a keeper. Good luck with it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by derrelw View Post
    That is a fine handgun. I only sold mine because I have big hands and the reach to the trigger was wrong for me. They are great shooters, enjoy.
    Yes they are great shooters, I enjoyed the time shooting it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    Nice group. Definitely a keeper. Good luck with it!
    Thanks, I love it so far!
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