Gear: Sig Sauer P239

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Sig Sauer P239

Sig Sauer
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: 579.99
Average Rating:
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(19 Votes)
Description:

.40 Cal S&W Sig Sauer P239 Double/Single Action Trigger Tritium Night Sights 3 x 7 Rd. Magazines

Member Reviews

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    flohrstw, Tue, 09 Oct 2007 22:57:00 UTC.
    1st review

    I use this as a back-up to my P226. I carry it on my ankle with a Galco Ankle Glove and calf strap. Contrary to what many people have said, I can't even tell it's there when I'm carrying it. This also doubles as my off-duty which I carry using various holsters. Shots are on mark everytime and I have never had any issues related the the firearm itself. A must buy from my perspective. If you are buying as an LE Officer go through Sigs LE Sales and save several hundred dollars off of retail.

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    iceman4563, Fri, 12 Oct 2007 06:49:07 UTC.

    To me almost the perfect concealed carry/off-duty weapon. This gun is accurate, concealable and powerful enough for most anything a handgun needs to do. If one desires a barrel swap to .357 Sig and you have a whole new gun. Blackened stainless steel slide keeps the rust at bay.

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    Swlightsey, Wed, 02 Jan 2008 20:01:34 UTC.

    Great weapon. Carried as off-duty and still carry with CWP. Downside is problem with slide not locking out upon completion of magazine. I am carrying in the .357 Sig. Excellent round and very accurate. I shot better for qualifications with this compared to the Sig 229.

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    rickjudy, Tue, 26 Feb 2008 02:04:17 UTC.

    I have this in the DAK system, 9mm and is an excellent gun

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    94five0, Mon, 07 Apr 2008 00:33:23 UTC.

    Phenomenal weapon. Acurate, durable, range-proven. 500-1000 rounds cycled through and nary one FTF/FTE. Only solitary, gripe is load capability. 7+1 seems frugal, when other comparable models, carry 13 to 15 cartridges respectivley. Highly recommend for a great B.U.G or a excelent CCW/CWP.

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    Posse44, Thu, 12 Jun 2008 19:30:43 UTC.

    Carry one as a backup gun, and love it. It is a little bulky, but is great shooting gun. I carry the 9mm version, and it is extremily accurate at 25 yards for the size and caliber.

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    rig461, Sat, 19 Jul 2008 04:07:07 UTC.

    i just bought this one. so far i have no complaints. easy to handle and shoots nice

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    jdp215, Wed, 10 Sep 2008 10:47:09 UTC.

    Very good weapon, accurate with a smooth light trigger pull.

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    scotarle, Tue, 25 Nov 2008 07:35:31 UTC.

    My only experience with handguns was my 11 years in the Army, and what the department issued me. I finally decided that I needed to obtain a smaller off duty carry, since the H & K .45 was getting to be a pain trying to conceal. A friend was selling his P239 and loaned it to me to try. I love this thing. It has smooth trigger pull, and fits well for concealment. My 14 year old daughter loved shooting it too! I'm sold and so is this gun.

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    jortives1969, Fri, 05 Dec 2008 22:16:53 UTC.

    Good off duty weapon. Very Accurate and easy to carry, not too bulky. Have one DAK 357cal. No complaints at all.

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    rangerman50, Sat, 27 Dec 2008 13:11:43 UTC.

    My duty backup and od for years, and still my primary ccw pick. I'm a firm believer in the .40 SW accurate, and does the job.

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    xsnrg454, Thu, 05 Feb 2009 15:05:16 UTC.

    Probably the best gun I have ever owned. Prior to changing departments I had a Glock 22 that I carried off duty. I now have the Sig 239 in .357 Sig. While slightly heavier, the action is smooth, accurate and comfortable to shoot. I also have a S&W revolver that I carry as a backup while on duty, but the Sig is my primary off duty choice. You can't go wrong with this gun.

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    mardet65, Fri, 03 Jul 2009 13:55:32 UTC.

    I recently purchased a sig p239 for concealed carry. As I've been retired from law enforcement for almost 10 years-about the time .40 cal was coming into vogue, I had never fired one. Having carried a 9mm for my last 10 service years, I didn't know what to expect from the .40 cal. Anyway, I would never have believed I would find a handgun that I liked better than my sig P228, but I have to say the P239 is superior. The .40 cal although it has a crisper recoil, is managable and the sig sauer quality is apparent in every facet of the P239.
    Right out of the box it performed flawlessly and grouped beautifully at 15 and 25 yards. I was greatly impressed by the accuracy and smooth trigger pull in both single and double action. I still love my P228 but must say the P239 (.40 cal) is the perfect concealed carry pistol

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    LDLD686, Wed, 26 Aug 2009 04:37:52 UTC.

    One of the best guns I own was the gun I carried as a Detective for yr.

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    BamaCop307, Thu, 04 Feb 2010 14:54:45 UTC.

    I bougth this to carry off duty because it is easy to conceal. The first tiem I shot it new out of the box, I was very impressed. I have shot and owned alot of guns in my 24 year career and this is one I will not part with! It is a single stack .40 cal and I put Hogue finger grips on it...I can hardly tell I am carrying it!

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    bherrel, Mon, 03 May 2010 19:19:56 UTC.

    Rock Solid Reliable.... and Expensive. I've carried Sig's for over 25 years, and never had a problem.......I shoot somewhere around 250 Rounds a week an never had a failure. Mine is a SAS Gen II and it carries concealed comfortably. Sig's are a little "chunky" in the Grip, even this smaller model can be an issue for small hands.

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    tonyg1147, Wed, 01 Sep 2010 13:15:29 UTC.

    I bought one 2 years ago. I have shot thousands of rounds through my Sig 226 and S&W 357. It was like this weapon was made for me. I shot a 97% with my 357 and 100% with my new DAK 40 Cal. I would recommend this weapon to everyone that wants a flawless firearm.

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    chewy812, Tue, 13 Dec 2011 04:43:47 UTC.

    Gents and Dames,
    My issued service is a Sig p226 (9mm) my old personnel was a S&W mp 40. I decided to trade my S&W for a used Sig p239, S&W 40 cal. Well to make it short and sweet, I'm a former Marine with lots of love for guns of all types. I shot my Sig p239 for the first time today and the only way I can describe it is"cadillac." 7 for 7 hearts exploding.......

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    copinsdca, Tue, 17 Jan 2012 23:01:58 UTC.

    Good quality gun, doesn't jam and is a good concealed gun. Biggest drawback is it's not a double stack. G-30 has 10 rounds of .45 where this only has 7. Both are about the same size.

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