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Classic series p239

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When was the last year the clsssic series was manufactured. . Mine was manufactured in 2005.
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I guess thr difference maybe hammer fire versus striker fire. Not sure still learning bout all the sig family
 
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I'm not aware of any striker fired P239s, but I don't know everything.

The P239 was in the manual when I took the armorer's course for the classic P-series pistols. So I think it is considered one.
Correct. 239's have always been hammer fired.
 

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Found articles talking about the classic p series Sigs.... that's why I asked...
 

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The Classic P-series is still in production, they consist of models of the same basic design, varying in size, caliber and capacity.

P220
P224
P225
P225A1
P226
P227
P228
P229
P239

Models such as P230, P232, P238, P938, P320, P250, P290, SP2022 all have the P prefix in their model designation but are not considered to be part of the Classic P-series. P210? Anyone's guess! lol
 

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Thanks for the info.
I have two in P220 and P226 and Two out P239 and P938
Where is the P250 ?
The P250 is not consider a "Classic P-series" SIG. That came along much later and is a completely different design from that "Class P-series" metal-framed guns. The pocket pistols are also newer and of a different design.
 
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