The Sig 238 is now available in a steel framed version.
I can buy one now.
Now they just need the longer frame version ala the Mustang +II
This is a discussion on Hallelujah. A Steel Framed Sig 238 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The Sig 238 is now available in a steel framed version. I can buy one now. Sig 238HD Now they just need the longer frame ...
damn that is a beautiful firearm....
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Hmmm. Sig has really been stepping up the last few years. Not sure i would wnat one in steel, but it makes a lot of sense , and I am sure will sell more guns.
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That's sweet. Has anybody else had trouble finding a 238? My buddy has been looking for one, and I opened my trap and told him I'd find him one... but I can't. LOL.
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Looks great, but I'm not sold on it. I ran into a guy just last week with one (NIB from Cabelas) - never been fired - with a broken firing pin. Sig still has a few bugs to work out on that line.
Still, a steel frame is probably a step in the right direction.
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I love the looks of that gun. With the steel frame, Sig may be able to take that platform and transition up to a 9x19 in the future. I would love to see Sig build it in 9mm. If Kahr can do it, I'm sure Sig can...
Looks nice, I may have to finally get a pocket gun
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I've been wanting this gun for a while now, what was it made of before steel? Does anyone know if the slide locks back on the last round? That's one quip I have about the LCP.
Our main store here gets them every now and again, but they're gone within a couple days. I'm there quite a bit, and haven't seen one yet.
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