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This is a discussion on Wanting a new gun???? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Sig 225 isn't sold in America anymore but this guy has a bunch: Firearms, Guns, Rifles. Grain Valley, Missouri. Price is over $700 though. Sig ...

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    Sig 225 isn't sold in America anymore but this guy has a bunch: Firearms, Guns, Rifles. Grain Valley, Missouri.

    Price is over $700 though.

    Sig P239 is next closest thing.
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    S&W semiautos

    While the Sig P239 may be the "standard" choice for a single stack 9mm or .40 compact semiauto, the third generation S&W guns are an interesting and somewhat cheaper alternative. These guns are known for reliability, and have a devoted following of fans. I especially like the models 3913 (9mm) and 4013 (.40 caliber). The pictures below are from the Internet, and are not my guns.



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    I would also throw in a vote for a Sig in 9mm or .40 S&W. Sig makes great guns I have owned a P220 for 9 years and have shot thousands of rounds thru it never an issue. You will never regret owning a top of the line gun. You may haowever come to regret saving money and buying a cheap gun. I did and now I am selling a gun to buy the one I really wanted.

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    Another vote for the SIG 239. Mine is in 9 mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    I'll 2nd the Sig P239, great little gun, comfortable, easy to shoot, ultimately reliable, and the highest of quality construction. It is also available with at least 3 different trigger set-ups.

    -DA/SA
    -DAK (double action Kellerman)
    -SRT (short reset trigger)
    Sig 239 is a great choice . . . I love mine. Of all the guns I own it is by far the finest.
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    While your at the gun store, pick up a Springfield Armory XD-40 SC. It's under $700 and is great right out of the box. I love mine.

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    I agree. I have a 3913 TSW see Pogo's picture. As far as a single stack that is 100% reliable and more accurate than it should be I am still as please today as I was 12+ years when I bought it new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    Kahr P9....most natural feeling handgun I have ever handled.
    Perfect. Or the CW9 if you want to save a few bucks. Comfy to shoot, accurate, reliable, concealable, pretty.....

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    If you really want quality single stack you can't go wrong with a Sig p239. The only way to make it better is to get it in .357 Sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhuhn918 View Post
    Yes it would be for CC I've been looking at the kahrs don't know much about them and would like to stay away from bersa's
    Kahr are quality firearms and some of them conceal very well.
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    One of my first thoughts go to the Sig P6 (p6 is the german made/225 is the american made). I thought the one I shot was a pretty sweet shooter.
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    the is the best .40 s&w ccw i can recommend. I own 2 the y are great and disappear under a t shirt.
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    I recently acquired a P225 and it is quickly winning me over as my EDC. They can be had for as little as $329 at Topgunsupply.com. It's roughly the same size as a P239 and fits all of my Glock holsters. It isn't the smallest gun I own but it is easier to conceal than my G33.

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    ImpactGuns has the Kel Tec PF9 in Hard Chrome for under $300. I'm going for it!
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    I've got a Springfield XD40sc which is outstanding. Also comes in 9mm, but they are double stack.

    I also have a Taurus PT709 Slim single stack 9mm and it has been flawless through 800 rounds. Very accurate, thin easy to conceal, and has eaten every brand and type of ammo I've thrown through it. Great gun for $369.
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