Sig P229 - CT Grips or SAS?

Sig P229 - CT Grips or SAS?

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    Sig P229 - CT Grips or SAS?

    Would like your opinions, please. I'm thinking of getting a Sig P229 for a new concealed carry piece since I am so impressed with the P226R with CT grips I have had for a year now. I like the P229 with the CT grips but I'm wondering if the grips might be a bit too "sticky" for concealment and maybe I should go with the P229 SAS model. I prefer the length of the P229's barrel over the P239; just a personal preference. Any input appreciated!
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    I personally don't like any DAO semi-autos, because I only use Traditional DA(DA/SA) semi autos so I don't like the SAS.
    I'd go with the P229 and definitely get the CT grips for any/all of your guns if you are going to carry it! They aren't sticky to the point it will slow you down on your draw.
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    Have you looked at the lasermax products? Excellent track record and reviews, I guess you can't break these things!

    http://www.lasermax-inc.com/product.php?id=13

    This is my personal fav, I'd like to get one for my 220 in the future.

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    I carried the P229 for several years, and moved to the P229SAS. I did not think I would like the transition, but it is very smooth and easy to adapt to. I now carry it daily. Nice looking piece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mocarryguy View Post
    I carried the P229 for several years, and moved to the P229SAS. I did not think I would like the transition, but it is very smooth and easy to adapt to. I now carry it daily. Nice looking piece.
    +1 SAS, very cool looking indeed.
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