P225 (P6) vs. P239 for concealed carry
Been a while since I owned a handgun, but I recall the last time I had a few, I had nothing but trouble finding something comfortable. My hands are just too small to get comfortably around a double-stack mag and still reach the trigger effectively - not that I feel like I need a double - and even my (at the time) S&W 4013 was a bit of a reach for that first DA pull.
So I've been looking at single-stack compact pistols for daily concealed carry, and am leaning towards Sig (never owned one) for a variety of reasons. I've seen this recent flood of German Police P6's for what appears to be a really good price, and then also the current P239 which appears to be even a tad smaller.
A Police P6 would suggest years of carry but likely very little firing, so maybe some wear but mechanically sound. (although I've seen several that look damn near new) Cheap, but old. And then there's that thing about finding parts/mags...
Or, a P239 - new/current model so no worries about parts/mag availability or age, and roughly the same size - but...better than double the cost.
So if I'm willing to accept the fact that I'm going to be hunting around for mags and such, is that the only thing a prospective P6 buyer would need to worry about if the condition itself is acceptable? Or is there something other than recency that the P239 has over the P225/P6?
Apples to apples, is the 239 twice the gun for twice the price?