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    P239 Questions

    Hi, I just purchased a Sig P239 in .40 cal. I am planning on using this as my primary concealed carry for the foreseeable future. I was just wondering what the word is on extended mags for it, the 7 isn't bad but i would just like a pinky drop. When i grip as is out of the box my pinky sits in a weird spot. Also, any recommendations on a solid grip?


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    Senior Member Steve M1911A1's Avatar
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    Adding length to the grip will make your pistol harder to conceal.

    If your pinkie-finger doesn't fit onto the grip, you're firing a really small gun.
    I hate to keep repeating myself, but small pistols are not beginners' guns. They are difficult to hang onto, and difficult to shoot effectively and accurately.
    Get some experience shooting a larger, heavier pistol, and then transition to your smaller piece.

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    Senior Member chessail77's Avatar
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    The Sig P239 is a heavy firearm and not even close to a mouse gun in weight or size and they handle the .40 S&W very well, Hogue makes a grip that many who own this pistol really like with finger grooves and that may help on grip, also you might try Top Gun Supply for a mag extension or different bottom plate with finger rest.......JJ

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