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    I own several Sigs and I own a 225 and a 239 in .40.

    I beleive the 225 to be the best feeling single stack made. It fits my hand perfectly, and is as accurate as I can shoot it. Its rock solid and it looks good.

    The 239 is good, but it feels a lot heavier. The trigger is great, it has the smoothest, lightest double action trigger of all of them, but the 225 seems easier to carry.



    A size comparison of the two.

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