My Daughter gave me a P238 that came in a case with 2 magazines and a plastic holster. The gun looks great, shoots great, everything about it is grear except the holster. It has these (forever?) glow in the dark sights (once again great). The issue I found out is really the front sight. It appears to have shoulders on the sides of the sight that are catching on the plastic holster. They appear to have no function at all. When putting it in, the slide starts to rack back and it takes great effort to remove it. Now I see that these sight shoulders are carving grooves in the plastic. I contacted Sig Sauer but they acted like they did not understand the issue and offered me another holster of the same design as it is the only one they have for that gun. Seriously, with all those P238's out there with this style of front sight on it, I can't believe I am the only one with this issue. If they would at least admit there is an issue I could accept that. They do not even accept e mails, only phone calls. My phone camera sucks, but you can see the shavings curled inside the holster and the shoulders on the front sight. My only thoughts to solve the issue other than replacing the front sight is to use a drimmel with a cut off wheel to round and reduce the shoulders down. I asked Sig if they would fix it by rounding the points on the side of the front sight and he acted as if the P238 were a shrine of perfection and who would dare modify any aspect of such perfection. I doubt there would be enough material to clearance the holster. If I kill the sight, oh well, it needed replacing anyway.