Glock 23 vs Sig P239 Poll

Glock 23 vs Sig P239 Poll

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  • Glock 23

    83 47.70%
  • Sig P239

    91 52.30%
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    Glock 23 vs Sig P239 Poll

    I am trying to chose a 40 and I wanted to see what yall thought would be a better choice. These 2 seem to be similiar in dimensions and reliability, both have an excellent track record. This would be a do it all gun, carry and range gun, so I need it to be comfortable to carry and also comfortable to shoot a lot at the range. I am mostly concerned with he comfort of carrying these two and their respective size, especially width and weight as I plan on carrying IWB.

    Advantages for the Sig
    1. Sig has the decocker, which I absolutely love!
    2. Sig has nice weight/feel when shooting.

    Advantages for Glock
    1. It's Lighter
    2. It has More rounds (13)


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    Sigs are great guns, but I still prefer the Glock.
    Don't need the 'decocket'...and I would bet on the dependability of the 'G' over 'the other one'.
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    Either one will do.

    Even so, I voted Sig.
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    Smile

    I voted for the Glock since I have one.
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    I have a SIG. That being said, I'm still a die hard Glock fan, and Glocks make me complete as long as I walk this earth. G23.

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    Cheap feeling plastic vs. solid metal in your hand.

    you decide...
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    Personally I'd take the SIG over two Glocks! Seriously!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    I voted glock. Personally i feel the 23 is the perfect all around carry weapon. Thats just my opinion though.

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    Glock.... ugly hunk of plastic and way way overated.
    SIG.... wonderful handhun
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    No contest... SIG!
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    I don't own either at the moment but I'm a longtime SIG owner from way back, so you can guess my vote.
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    I have both of the mentioned guns and love them both. IMO they are the perfect size for all around use. I reluctantly voted Glock because I just picked up the Sig last week and have very limited range time with it. Time will tell..
    Either way I'm sure you will be happy with your purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Cheap feeling plastic vs. solid metal in your hand.

    you decide...
    I like them both and have both, but I carry the Glock.
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    The Sig p239 is an excellent defensive weapon, well built and very accurate, but so is the Glock, and the Glock has several more rounds on tap and with a good holster and belt will conceal about the same. I own both a Sig P228 and a Glock 23, and think they are both wonderful guns. For your money though I would definitely get the Glock. Oh and did I mention its lots cheaper too???
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