Anyone tried the new Sig 238?

Anyone tried the new Sig 238?

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    Anyone tried the new Sig 238?

    I was wondering if anyone has had the opportunity to check out the new Sig 238? It seems to be a great little package. I always like to hear the good and the bad when considering a new handgun. Any feedback would be appreciated
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    Sig has a release date of April on the P238.

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    I will be first in line to see it when it hits the stores. That is a great little SA package. I will have to check it out when it arrives. I love Sigs and that just might be the summer carry option I am looking for
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    I got to play with one at the SHOT show. I felt like it was worth a look at the prodection model and one I'll keep in mind in the future.

    Things I didn't like on the show model were the stiff safety and so so trigger. I'm betting those are probably break in issues mostly and the trigger should be easy to have tuned to personal preferences anyway.

    The fit and finish were what I'd expect from a Sig. Pretty darn good. The ergonomics were as good as the Colt. Would like a chance to shoot one myself!
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    A safety on a SIG??? Not sure I like that idea.
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    I like the idea of a safety on my p220 sao.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatboy97 View Post
    A safety on a SIG??? Not sure I like that idea.

    it's not your "normal" Sig....

    think Colt Mustang...like a mini-1911 without a grip safety....

    cocked and locked


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    Yup, like mr surveyor said...

    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    I love that picture

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    so is this SAO then?

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    good looking gun!! Can't wait to get my hands on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batpot View Post
    so is this SAO then?


    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeCalsey View Post
    I will be first in line to see it when it hits the stores. That is a great little SA package. I will have to check it out when it arrives. I love Sigs and that just might be the summer carry option I am looking for
    +1 , I'll be right behind you!

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    previous thread

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...ad-merged.html


    more pics and info

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    A SA pocket gun sounds like an accident waiting to happen. I've never been enamored of the Colt either. When I first saw this I wondered why Sig brought it back from the dead. A SA target gun; yes, a SA pocket gun; no.

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