Sig Sauer Adds Rainbow Titanium Finish to the P239

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posted on June 17, 2011
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This distinctive finish has been a popular choice on the P238 pistol and is now available on the P239 in .40S&W. This pistol sports a unique multicolored finish, allowing shooters to add a distinctive flair to their concealed carry handgun.

The P239 Rainbow Titanium comes standard with SIGLITE Night Sights. A four-point safety system features a decocking lever, an automatic firing pin safety block, a hammer safety intercept notch and a trigger bar disconnect.

P239® Rainbow Titanium  
Caliber .40 S&W  
Magazine Capacity 7  
Trigger Pull DA: 10.0 pounds; SA: 4.4 pounds (average)  
Overall Length 6.6 inches  
Overall Height 5.1 inches  
Overall Width 1.2 inches  
Barrel Length 3.6 inches  
Sight Radius 5.2 inches  
Sights SIGLITE® Night Sights  
Weight w/ Magazine 29.5 ounces  
Frame Material Aluminum  
Frame Finish Black Hard Coat Anodize  
Slide Material Stainless  
Slide Finish Rainbow Titanium  
Grips Polymer  
MSRP $989    
   
Weights and dimensions are approximate.  

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