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    Just put a P238 on layaway

    I guess we will see how it goes? I've read some good and bad reviews, but I've always wanted a full-featured pocket pistol and this fits the bill! I have a big fat paycheck coming this week so I'll either have it this week or next. It will be my first Sig! I have shot a P220 full size, loved it. Shot a P226 full size, hated it. That is the only experience I have with them... What are your thoughts/opinions? I would love to hear them!
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    My wife bought this gun yesterday.. Hope to go shoot it on Saturday...
    Noticed one issue when we got home that the front sight was too far to the right.. I could have drifted it, but hey, It's a brand new gun.. Let the dealer fix it.. They did..
    Purchased two additional magazines for it over the internet..

    Gulf Coast, Floriduh
    Sccy is the limit

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    Where are you at in FL? I do my shooting at Jay's Guns & Accessories in Panama City. Do you know of any good outdoor ranges?
    Gun control: Forcing a 95lb woman to fist fight a 300lb rapist

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    Haven't had a chance to finger the P238 yet, but I carry a P250 9mm compact as my everyday weapon. I love my Sig. I am going to get the sub compact conversion kit when it is available so I can make it a little smaller for those deeper cover areas I amay want to carry in. Let us know how the 238 shoots when you get it to the range. I ahd been looking at it as a pocket gun also.

    Semper Fi

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    Took my P238 to the range for the first time on Monday. It ate up 100 rounds of Blazer 95 grn TMJs without a single hiccup. I decided to break-in this gun with ball ammo only after reading about issues with loading 6+1 and problems with feeding some kinds of hollow-points. By the way, my sights are off a bit too...about 2" @ 7 yards.

    The sight issue aside, I'm very pleased with this gun. I usually shoot a 1911 so the P238 felt somewhat familiar. My groups were noticeably tighter when I used a Colt Mustang magazine with the pinky extension. I also liked that I could load the Colt mag with 7 rounds. I wouldn't use the pinky extension mag for pocket carry but I might with a belt holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan H View Post
    Where are you at in FL? I do my shooting at Jay's Guns & Accessories in Panama City. Do you know of any good outdoor ranges?
    I'm in the Tampa area.

    Gulf Coast, Floriduh
    Sccy is the limit

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    I'm very happy to read some positive reviews from you guys here, as opposed to some of the other reviews out there on the net. I plan on bringing 100 rounds of FMJ and 20 rounds of Hydra-Shoks with me when I pick it up. I'm going straight from the sales counter with it into the firing range. I plan on field stripping it at my booth, giving it a quick cleaning, get familiar with it, and RUN it! I will definitley let everybody know what is going on with this fine looking little gun. :)
    Gun control: Forcing a 95lb woman to fist fight a 300lb rapist

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    Thumbs up P238

    Took the wife's P238 out for a spin today...
    Went thru about 70 FMJ's and 6 JHP's
    The gun shot almost flawlessly.. (Had one issue that the slide did not lock back on the final round.
    At 25 feet - I was able to shoot a group of six within about 5 inches.

    Very impressed with this gun.

    Gulf Coast, Floriduh
    Sccy is the limit

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    Well, I got mine today! Turns out it feeds range ammo fine, but will not load Hydra-Shoks at ALL. Not even the first round. From slide release or by racking hard. It just won't load them. Gonna pick up a box of Gold Dots and see how they do. :( I hope to shoot it tomorrow.

    Gun control: Forcing a 95lb woman to fist fight a 300lb rapist

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    thats one nice looking hand gun. i was fondling one in a gun shop the other day then i looked at the price tag, and almost droped it on the gournd. Six hundred dollars for a .380 auto is just amazing to me. Im sure thier great guns ,and i hope u guy's have good luck with yours. maybe if i win the lottery ill be able to afford one.

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