By David Tong
In this gun review I look over the SIG Sauer P239 Tactical pistol.
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- One of the fine products from SIG-Sauer is the SIG Sauer P239 Tactical compact service pistol. ( http://tiny.cc/63cqby )
Available in 9X19, the SIG Sauer P239 Tactical model differs from the others by having an extended / threaded barrel for a suppressor, tritium night sights, their “Short-Reset Trigger,” and having two extended ten-round single-stack magazines in addition to one eight-round flush-fitting one.
SIG Sauer P239 Tactical Pistol
The SIG 239 feels heavier than its relatively slim profile and grip makes you believe it should be. In this regard, it is “old-school” compared to the polymer-framed, striker-fired (PFSF) pistols that are all the rage.
The usual S-S consistency of barrel to slide, and barrel to locking cam were there. No play was detected when vigorously wiggling the barrel while field-stripped, and only the slightest bit of play in the slide to frame fit was evident.
Ergonomically, I find the SIG Sauer P239 Tactical pistol comfortable and comforting. My medium-sized hands use all of the available …Read the Rest