Sig P238

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by Malan35, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. Malan35

    Malan35 New Member

    59
    0
    0
    My dad just picked this gun up. Sig P238 .380. What a great looking gun! With the extended mag I can easily fit all my fingers on the gun and I have pretty large hands. Have not shot it yet so no comment there. But it feels like a solid carry weapon. Can easily be concealed in almost any setting. I will update once we fire some rounds through it.

    [​IMG]

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us
    [​IMG]

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us
    [​IMG]

    Uploaded with ImageShack.us
     
  2. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

    8,358
    4
    0

  3. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

    19,847
    3
    0
    I like the looks of it and being a Sig, it should be a great shooter.
     
  4. Paperpuncher

    Paperpuncher New Member

    157
    0
    0
    It is. 0 to 10 on recoil with the gun, and I'd give it a 2. As far as the extended magazine go, my hands lock in very comfortably with just the regular mag. It's surprisingly comfortable.
     
  5. griffin81

    griffin81 New Member

    1,017
    0
    0
    I bought my wife one we took it to the range the other day she liked it and shot ok with it. It's gonna take a trip or two more to the range for her to really get used to it. I'm gonna have to look into the extended mags for her I think she would like it better with one.

    image-3042689170.jpg



    image-522087997.jpg
    First two mags
    5 yards and 10 yards

    play the victim, be the victim
     
  6. ahole

    ahole New Member

    154
    0
    0
    You know what would really make that a bad *** gun. If they made it in 9mm or .45acp.
     
  7. Olympus

    Olympus New Member

    2,294
    0
    0
    Good looking gun. I've got one as well.
     
  8. Paperpuncher

    Paperpuncher New Member

    157
    0
    0
    I ordered some grips from Altamont that I haven't received as of yet. At the moment I'm not overly impressed with their C.S. as I had to call them over an issue and their employees need some serious people skills training, and learn to understand just who pays their wages.