Got my New toy! sig p239 THANK YOU TAXES

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by glockguy, Jan 29, 2010.

  1. glockguy

    glockguy
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    Yup i Got my New carry gun tonight, so Ima go to the range and test it out tomorrow.. Hopefully im not disappointed :D
     
  2. LogicBomb

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    if its a sig once you get used to it youll never go back to anything else....yer gonna have to change your name to Sigguy
     
  3. timbernet

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    Stupidest decision I made last year was selling my P226 :(
     
  4. MarkSBG

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    Grats on the new gun!

    uh, but, "Thank you taxes?" You and I may have to agree to disagree. :laugh: :thumbup:
     
  5. cyclesarge

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    That's what I was thinking. Imagine how many Sig's you could buy if you didn't pay taxes.
     
  6. glockguy

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    Ohh geez you guys know wat i mean lol
     
  7. afrank250

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    and pics?????????????????????
     
  8. glockguy

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    Ohh Boy lol..
    Had To add the Derringer in there

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  9. WAYNO

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    Now, so you'll know what your pretty new gun will look like in 10 years. This blackened stainless is quite durable. Great gun!
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    WAYNO.
     
  10. gnarkill

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    Sigs seem like such large frame guns to me. I think i still like the Glocks better for ccw guns. I guess it all depends on your body type, I dont have a very large body so I need smaller gun but everyone is different. Either way Sig is always an excellent choice.
     
  11. stonedkirby

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    beautiful
     
  12. LogicBomb

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    shooting a sig is like driving a porsche
     
  13. Razloga

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    So it's not as great as it seems?.. :D
     
  14. tionico

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    I think he is referring to driving the OLDER ones, you know, the REAL ones?


    Hmmm.. never handled a Sig yet.... I may have to look into one of some sort. Have to figure out what might fill a "hole" in my "family" of sidearms. I know they are fine pieces of craftsmanship, and handle well. Haffta go try one, now.


    oh, and "thank you taxes" Isn't the money you spent money that's been yours all along, but confiscated by the government at gunpoint for them to hold and use for up to a year? How much nicer wouuld it have been to have kept YOUR money in your pocket all this time, and bought your Sig last summer, or even lasst spring... perhaps when they were a bit cheaper?

    Oh well, at least you got this money in hand, and got something you really wanted with it. I rather suspect if the IRS knew how you spent it, they'd really regret they gave it you, despite the FACT its been yours all along. Funny, the way that lot think....
     
  15. motoman98

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    Great choice glockguy,what caliber? - 239 is one of my fav's.
    gnarkill, have you handled a 239? They are compact, and handle the .40 , .357sig, or the 9mm well.
     
  16. WAYNO

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    It's interesting what a guys eyes will present, to him.

    I perceive the 239 to be a sportscar, however a stout one. The 239 is very trim, in dimensions, making it great for concealed carry. Glocks, to me, any Glock, is a big, fat, lifeless block of plastic.

    Again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    WAYNO.
     
  17. glockguy

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    Its a .40..... Iv carried a G27, G17 and G30 and I think this will conceal just as good as the 27 if not a little better. Im still trying to decide on a holster so we"ll see
     
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  19. glockguy

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    I like your grip, hogue i believe? I need to get one
     
  20. Mainsail

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    yes.

    I resisted getting one because I really like the look of the originals, but looks don't trump function, so there they are.
     

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