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Old 08-18-2013, 07:30 PM   #31
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Try sig m11-a1

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Old 08-18-2013, 08:11 PM   #32
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It's a nice One! We shot them last Dec. In Vegas as part of a "Full Auto" package experience. NO MY wife is a wheelgun Babe...The Only Auto she likes is Her Browning Buckmark 22(we bought Browning's Optical sight for it Yesterday. Didn't know it was made by BSA). She has shot both my 22 replicas,..the Chiappa M-9-22 & my Browning 1911-22....she is only tolerating the M-9 because we got Stainless Beretta's(INOX I guess) for Volunteer LE duty....My wife has Carpal Tunnel & R.A. Auto slides give her problems....even her 22 has to be "Well Lubed" before & After each shoot to avoid Jams & stiffness(Hell I even have trouble with that gun when it's Dry!!!)
Now that she sees she can be almost as accurate with a Centerfire Handgun as with a Rimfire,...she's less phobic about it. She's even coming around to the FEG Walther copies we bought, but she LOVES her Ruger revolvers!
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I currently have the Sig P-226/229/239 in 9mm and have enjoyed carrying them for over 20+yrs. Mostly I carried the P-229 since it was smaller then my 226 and only slightly larger then my 239. I carry each of them in a Milt Sparks VMII IWB holster. Recently I picked up a P238 for when I am just making a quick trip to the store. Either way you can not go wrong with a Sig. Yes they are a bit pricey but they have never let me down.

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Old 08-23-2013, 09:02 PM   #34
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Thanks Mike! Annrose is 5'2"...the Pink will just P her off.....she does like the "Tribal" 238 we saw at another LGS. I'm Currently selling come "collectables" from the collection. as that sale winds itself down, and we put some of that $$ back in the bank, there will be room to purchase a few more,...and a .380 for her(either the Sig or the Ruger LC380) will be in the future......
She might be here soon herself so I will "intro" her to you all,.my Extended FTF family....
She will definitely like the P238 over the lcp. My cousin has the lcp380 -and that thing is brutal compared to my p238 to shoot.
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Here is my Ruger LCP and my Sig P-238. I love shooting my P-238 easy to use and a pleasure to shoot.

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The only thing I do not like about my Sig are the grips. Looking at getting some Ironwood design grips or send Rosewood grips.
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The only thing I do not like about my Sig are the grips. Looking at getting some Ironwood design grips or send Rosewood grips.
Agree, changed mine out on the P238 and P938.



LCP W/P938

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+1 on changing out the grips on my p238. Got wooden grips from Rhynotek. I think I spelled that right, haha.

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I have Hogue grips on my 238 and I really like them. They have a bit of palm swell that makes the small gun feel bigger in the hand.

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No one has mentioned (unless I just missed it) the P290RS. It is compact, restrike capabilities if needed, and a decent trigger pull. It does not have a decoker or safety, but being DA it is similar to revolver.

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I had one and hated that looooong trigger pull. Since that,I've been carrying a P229 which is alot bigger but with a good IWB and belt. It's no problem at all. 15 +1 is nice as well

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