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Old 02-12-2012, 07:11 AM   #1
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SIG 239. Real world prices?

Hi, 1st post on SIGtalk, so here goes.

I'm considering the purchase of a SIG p239 (40 S&W) that my dealer has in his case, NIB. It is the da/sa model, with the SIG installed night sights. He's asking $650 for the gun. Any opinions on that price? He is usually A LOT cheaper on most guns, just wondering about the SIG. If I do decide to buy, it will be my first "regular" SIG ( I previously owned one of their early 1911s). It caught my eye in the case as I was looking at an XD subcompact 9...... Not nearly the capacity, but the SIG is smooth as butter (albiet $200 more than the XD). By the way, this will probably be my main CCW if I make the purchase. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 02-12-2012, 08:50 AM   #2
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From what I have seen that looks to be a pretty decent price,*in*the*ballpark*of*whats*available*online.
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Old 02-12-2012, 11:03 AM   #3
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In my opinion, that is not a bad price at all for NIB w/ night sights.

Welcome to the forum from Pennsylvania.
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I agree, and welcome to the Forum. The prices I'm seeing here are a lot higher than that, so I don't think you will go wrong there. I currently own two; a 9mm(my favorite for concealed carry), and a .40/.357. The accuracy with both pistols is outstanding. I say go for it !
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Old 02-12-2012, 06:28 PM   #5
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In the Boise, Idaho area............

I just went through a feeding frenzy that included consideration of a P239 that was LIKE NIB, but was actually used. Out the door it would have cost me $634. I have total confidence in the caliber after carrying a 229 as a duty weapon, and after reports from my son in the Border Patrol about .40 S&W incidents in his agency.

However, I ended up with a P245 for the same money and I am extremely pleased with my choice. But there just might be a P239 out there with my name on it. NIB for $650? I'd do it.
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Excellent choice and a decent price. I carry a 239 in 357 Sig. Makes a great EDC
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:42 AM   #7
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Sig 239 $$$

$650 seams a bit high though. I paid $550 and got a like nib with holster and extra mags. I added a 10 round mag and this package makes for a good sd weapon at home and the regular mag for carry. My carry is a 9 because I practice with the 9 more. The 357 is great but I can't afford the high ammo costs. The 239 conceals well and is comforting as well. One back up mag is all needed as I don't foresee any major shoot out as I am retired.
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I guess I was wrong about the price....

It was $620. I put it on layaway until I can scrape up the cash to bring her home. I'm kinda having second thoughts about the Glock 20 I just picked up, although it is a nice shooting gun, I'm rather fixated on the SIG at the moment. Considering it has night sights on it, it seems like a pretty good deal to me, I jumped on it before it was bought by someone else while I was "thinking about it".
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I guess I was wrong about the price....

It was $620. I put it on layaway until I can scrape up the cash to bring her home. I'm kinda having second thoughts about the Glock 20 I just picked up, although it is a nice shooting gun, I'm rather fixated on the SIG at the moment. Considering it has night sights on it, it seems like a pretty good deal to me, I jumped on it before it was bought by someone else while I was "thinking about it".
Take the "Block" back and trade it in for the SIG!!!
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Take the "Block" back and trade it in for the SIG!!!
No can do......there's just something very comforting about having that badboy on my nightstand with 16 rounds of 10mm available as a-hole repellant.

That being said, I'm currently going through my inventory of non-essential, easily liquidatable stuff to see if I can get that SIG home a LITTLE sooner....
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Sounds like a good deal...
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Old 02-16-2012, 03:26 PM   #12
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$650 is a great price, just bought a P239 in 9mm with night sights and paid $750 NIB ( in fact only 4 days old based on data from the black box) but again, it's Kalifornia prices....
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If it's NIB, that is a fantastic price. They're getting that and more for used on Gunbroker.
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I paid $665.79 last week for new P239 9MM. ship to my FFL. I thought i got a great price. About $100.00 less then Buds after shipping and 3% credit card charge.
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My FFL buddy just ordered me a P239 9mm with night sites, his price from the wholesaler without shipping was $612. $620 or even $650 is a steal.
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