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Old 04-23-2017, 07:22 AM   #16
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Being glad you got what you wanted, makes the wait worth it! Being a "sweet shooter" is icing on the cake! I recently joined the "P239 Fan Club" myself, after reading post after post, of satisfied owners here, extolling its virtues.

You didn't mention, but what caliber did you choose?
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Old 04-23-2017, 07:23 AM   #17
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I always try to buy local also but set a limit on what I'm willing to pay over online prices. I figure out the door within $30/50 bucks on a Sig and I'm good. Glocks are always within $10/20. Some LGSs try to gouge everything they can get and they don't get my money.
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after 500 rounds, couldn't be happier

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Being glad you got what you wanted, makes the wait worth it! Being a "sweet shooter" is icing on the cake! I recently joined the "P239 Fan Club" myself, after reading post after post, of satisfied owners here, extolling its virtues.

You didn't mention, but what caliber did you choose?
Sorry, I forgot to mention it. I went for the 9mm, it's my favorite round.

I now have 500 rounds fired, a few cleanings and lube, and my handling of it is nearing "phase lock", meaning I'm getting used to it and it is getting used to me. Ringing the steel targets left handed, right handed, both hands.

This has become my favorite carry pistol. My double stack 9mm's are too fat for me, and my Shield is a little small for me. This one is dimensionally right in the middle, comfortable to conceal, fun and easy to shoot.

Time to get it in its own holster.
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