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Sig 238

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by Buckeye Jake, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. Buckeye Jake

    Buckeye Jake Loaded Pockets

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    Just got new grips for my hd 238 in Osage Orange. Love the feel of wood . These were made by a small company by the name of LS grips out of Neosho Mo . Nice is the best description. Price was more than reasonable, 21 bucks to my door . I am sure i will try other sets from them .

    Jake
     
  2. camjr

    camjr Loaded Pockets

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    I'm not a big fan of the .380acp as a defensive round, but ammo has vastly improved in the caliber over the last 10 years due to the proliferation of the small pocket .380's. I prefer a J Frame 642 with .38spl 135gr+p Gold Dots as a pocket gun, but there are times when this little Sig P238 can go where others can't.[​IMG]

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  3. amacman
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    amacman Loaded Pockets

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    Ive got the Colt Mustang Pocket Lite. Have shot it plenty with a variety of ammo without problems.
     
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  4. 0dBm

    0dBm Loaded Pockets

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    Years ago, I carried a Tim LaFrance-customised Colt Pocketlite as a backup when carrying my Browning Hi-Power.

    My Pocketlite had no sharp edges, custom thin aluminium grips, and was virtually as smooth as a bar of used soap; just what a pocket-carried firearm should be.

    The equivalent Sig product is of excellent quality, but needs a girth reduction. ☺️
     
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  5. Buckeye Jake

    Buckeye Jake Loaded Pockets

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    The sig sas is somewhat smoother. I carry my hd 238 and i agree it a little on the thick side.
    It also does duty as my house gun . The night sights are the deal maker .

    Jake