Introduced during the low-capacity craze of the federal “assault weapon” ban, the single stack P239 is being mourned.
Sig Sauer debuted the compact, personal-sized handgun in 1996 in 9mm and .357 SIG, later adding .40 S&W to the stable two years later. Over the years the company sold them in DAO and double/single action configurations as well as with their DAK trigger system with various finishes and options.
Nonetheless, Sig managed to score a sale last month to the Franklin County Sherriff’s office, although the model is no longer listed on the company’s website, which means there may be a stockpile left somewhere to draw from.
To take the gun out in style, Chris Baker with Lucky Gunner reviews it one last time in the above video.