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Sig 239 Grip Suggestions

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by guyfromohio, Oct 6, 2014.

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  1. guyfromohio

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    I have a wonderfully reliable and accurate Sig P239. I've put thousands of rounds through without any issues whatsoever. However, it takes a very conscious aim to shoot accurately because of the slim grip in my hand. Can anyone recommend a replacement grip that might fill the hand a bit more? I'd like it to have a more natural point to it.

    Edit: I prefer wood or other hard materials.... Just personal preference.
     
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    I use the Hogue wrap-arounds on mine...
     
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    Thanks for the quick response! I should have mentioned that I prefer a wood grip, but may end up with the soft Hogue.
     
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    CT lasergrip?....

    If you are interested, see the CT laser-grip(red dot).
    www.crimsontrace.com
    CT is a industry leader for sights & lasers. They have a warranty & great QC.
    If you like wood or want a rubber/polymer design, the Hogue is worth the $$$.

    RS
     
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    Hogue makes wood grips for the 239; they make the grip more like the 228. I bought a set a long, long time ago and re-shaped them to reduce the thickness and fit my hand better. They also offer aluminum and G10 grips, but I haveno idea about the thickness of 'em.

    Nill$ are another option. The Crimson Trace grips Rusty mentioned would definitely be fatter than factory.
     
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    Thank you. I was wondering about that wood Hogue. I want my 239 to point like my CZ PCR. Pipe dream? Maybe.
     
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    CT red laser aimer....

    I looked over the CT main website.
    The retail price of a P239 red dot lasergrip is approx $339.00 :eek: .
    It may be lower with other online places like Midway USA or Natchez Shooting Supply.

    I'm not sure $350.00 could justify a red lasergrip. You could buy a second gun(back up) for that $.
     
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    Not interested in a CT. I'm not a fan of lasers. I'd rather have it point naturally.
     
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    Thanks. Order placed for Hogue G10.

    Edit: cancelled order. After reading a bit more, the hogue hardwood are thicker which is what I'm looking for.
     
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    Got the Hogue hardwood deluxe today. They seem to fill the hand much better than stock. Hoping to shoot next week. Will update.
     
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    I'm pretty pleased with the new look and feel. Likely won't shoot until later in the week.
     
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    I was disappointed with my shooting today. As per typical, no failures of any kind as I launched 200 Blazer Alum down range. My POI did move in the right direction as I no longer had the tendency to hit left. I just still can't get that gun to make one ragged hole in the middle. I could spend more money and get a lower front sight so i don't have to cover the target, but half of this exercise was really to talk myself out of carrying the PCR. I love that CZ and shoot it beautifully, but I'm having trouble convincing myself that my $500 gun with zero failures and perfect poi is not a lesser gun than the $650+ Sig. The PCR wins it for now. On my hip as I type this.
     
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    As a general rule I hate rubber grips but the Hogue finger groove grips work so damn well I don't care how they look.
     
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