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    Carrying a P239

    If you carry a P239, what holster set up are you using? Is it comfortable in summer weather? Need some help.

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    Don't carry the 239 much anymore (really liking the Kimber), but, when I do I use the Galco Summer Comfort, name says it all.
    Man's got to know his limitations.

    Sig Sauer P232 Stainless Steel .380ACP
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    The Summer Comfort is an IWB rig and is reasonably comfortable. I carried the P239 for two years and also used a Galco FLETCH holster for the P229. It was a really nice OWB holster that held the gun tight to my side. Whatever you get, spend the money and get one made for your pistol in leather or kydex. I really hate Uncle Mike's nylon rigs as they are bulky and inexact.

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    I've got a P229 in a Galco Royal Guard. Great holster and I'd bet they make one for the P239. The Summer Comfort is also very popular as well. Agreed that you need to get a holster made for your gun and not some generic one-size-fits-all nylon POS. You have a very nice, and expensive gun, don't cheap out on the holster for it. Also remember to get a good gun belt, it will make the world of difference.

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    Just wondering -are you using the gun in .40 S&W or .357 Sig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    I've got a P229 in a Galco Royal Guard. Great holster and I'd bet they make one for the P239. The Summer Comfort is also very popular as well. Agreed that you need to get a holster made for your gun and not some generic one-size-fits-all nylon POS. You have a very nice, and expensive gun, don't cheap out on the holster for it. Also remember to get a good gun belt, it will make the world of difference.
    +1 there, A holster made for the gun is the only way to go. You'll spend way too much time shifting and/or adjusting to ever call it concealed carry.

    That 229 in 40 is nice aint it? I am still thinking about a 357 Sig bbl but keep putting it off.

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    I use a horsehide MS VM2 to carry my 9mm P239 year round,I use a MS single mag carrier and a Don Hume lined belt also.

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    I really like my Galco IWB for my P239.

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    +1 Galco Summer Comfort

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    Crossbreed Super tuck I have never found anything more comfortable

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    Take a look at the "Texas Conceal Carry" holster from D.M. Bullard. Works great in either strong side or cross draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasCHL View Post
    Take a look at the "Texas Conceal Carry" holster from D.M. Bullard. Works great in either strong side or cross draw.
    Big second on Bullard. I have the Dual Carry which provides outstanding year round carry.

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    Thanks for the info here. I am picking up my 239 tonight on the way home from work. The holster is next!

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