Haha, yeah it is a damn good looking gun. Just looks like what a gun should look like you know. I don't know what your preference is but if you have not held a P239 I would advise it. I don't have large hands but the P239 felt too small in my hands. I just felt like I couldn't really get a grip on it. A P229 might be a good compromise though since it is a bit more compact than the P226. Sig does have those Elite wood grips though. A bit too big for my hands but if they fit the 239 they might make it feel better.
drummin man 627 Ooooo, nice. There I go, drooling on my keyboard again.
I know I had asked about the Rami, but what I really want is a SIG 239.
As far as I know the Navy version is unique in a few areas. Of course is has the cool little anchor on it but more importantly it has an extra coating on it for extreme environments like salt water. Now I don't plan on taking this sucker to sea but I do plan on keeping it forever which could be a while since I am only 21. I figured a little extra protection would be a good investment on my investment in the long run. However regular Sigs do some with a nitron finish which is suppose to be very durable on its own. It also has a rail on the front of it. The P226 Navy is identical to the ones issued to US Navy Seals.
Being an ex Navy man (1965-69), I like that anchor that's on it. Now I'll have to go look at the SIG website, again.