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#5616699 - 02/23/15 09:03 PM P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry?
burntorange98 Offline
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Registered: 11/19/10
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Loc: Richardson, TX
Thoughts?

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#5616709 - 02/23/15 09:06 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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Are you worried about mag capacity?
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#5616716 - 02/23/15 09:11 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
burntorange98 Offline
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Not a factor in the consideration, at least not w me

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#5616718 - 02/23/15 09:13 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
Barcelona Rick Offline
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Both the Sig & Glock are dependable carry side arms. Sig feels a little heavier. Glock seems to feed just about any ammo. For some reason the first shot out the Sig from a full mag is a little low...don't think you could go wrong with either. The Sig takes a few more rounds fired to break in well...IMHO

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Edited by Barcelona Rick (02/23/15 09:14 PM)

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#5616724 - 02/23/15 09:15 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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I love my sig. I think there are a few more safety features with the sig if that makes a difference with you. I just happen to be more accurate with sigs over glocks but that is me.
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#5616741 - 02/23/15 09:27 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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I just generally like Sigs more than Glocks, so my vote goes to the P239.

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#5616746 - 02/23/15 09:29 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
rifle.30cal Offline
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Both are very close in length /width. I believe the Sig is a bit heavier with less magazine capacity and can be had with different trigger setups (DA/SA) for example. Which one fits your hand the best and is the easiest to fire consistently?

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#5616770 - 02/23/15 09:38 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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Glock, like Sig but Glock is the way to go...

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#5616774 - 02/23/15 09:41 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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Here's a different side for you. I've carried both, and for some reason, my sweat could make the back of the sig slide start to rust in the summer heat. In about a day. For some reason, the Glock did not. I enjoyed shooting both guns, but ended up going with the Glock for mag capacity and the ability to resist my evil sweat.

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#5616775 - 02/23/15 09:41 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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I love my Sigs, I would never steer anybody away from one, but I have to admit I gave up my 239 for a 26. It was lighter, more round capacity plus I can use the 17 mag in it, and it just works. Carry it everyday and all day on the weekends in a FFR holster and sometimes forget it's there
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#5616895 - 02/23/15 11:01 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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Much like everybody else I'm a Sig fan, just not for carry. My favorite gun, outside of a carry gun is my Sig P228.
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#5617100 - 02/24/15 07:55 AM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: friocountyhunts]
rentzington Offline
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Originally Posted By: friocountyhunts
I love my sig. I think there are a few more safety features with the sig if that makes a difference with you. I just happen to be more accurate with sigs over glocks but that is me.


same here, much more accurate with a sig, and it does have some added safety with that heavy first pull in DA/SA mode
but it's much heavier and lower capacity, great firearm very accurate but maybe not ideal for daily carry

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#5617371 - 02/24/15 09:56 AM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
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Registered: 09/16/09
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Loc: Lewisville, TX
Personal preference. Get what YOU like!!! I can not stand single/double action, so I won't use these pistols. Glock all the way for me.
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#5617635 - 02/24/15 12:21 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: burntorange98]
RLUM Offline
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Registered: 10/03/13
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Loc: Montgomery, Tx
I carry a Glock, cant stand a DA/SA trigger

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#5617649 - 02/24/15 12:30 PM Re: P239 vs g19/g23 for concealed carry? [Re: RLUM]
rentzington Offline
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Registered: 07/22/11
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Loc: DFW
Originally Posted By: RLUM
I carry a Glock, cant stand a DA/SA trigger


just to be fair, you can get the sig in a LEM trigger variation thats the same pull everything. but its a longer heavy pull.

not saying one is better than the other, but it's an option

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