New Custom Sig P238s

Posted by on February 23, 2011 in New Products, Pistols |

Sig Sauer is releasing some pretty slick P238s this year.  They’re popular .380 pistols are getting quite a cosmetic makeover giving their customers 4 newly designed P238s to choose from.  These concealed carry pistols have some of the nicest finishes I’ve seen and they separate themselves from the ever expanding line of pocket pistols that are out.  These P238s  make personal defense pistol a little more personal with their custom designs.

The P238 Lady is probably the most dramatic out of the bunch (no stereotypical pun intended).  The P238 Lady features a red Ceracoat alloy beavertail style frame, a Nitron finished slide with some custom gold engraving on top and along the sides.  Along with the red frame the P238 Lady sports some Rosewood Grips finishing off its elegant design.

The P238 Extreme features Hogue Extreme Series G-10 grips that are designed to hold secure while rapid firing.  It’s built on an alloy beavertail frame with Nitron finish.  The P238 Extreme also has one of my desired/required accessories for a pocket pistol, and that’s a finger grip extension which gives it an extra round for a total capacity of 7+1.

The P238 Gambler has a more classical look with its rosewood grips.  This P238 addition will only be available in limited quantities and will  feature “The Gambler” engraved on its slide,.  Also engraved on the Gambler is  a 24k gold inlay with the dead-man’s-hand, aces and eights, along the top of the slide.

And finally the Sig P238 Diamond Plate, that features, you guessed it, a diamond plate engraved natural stainless steel slide.  The P238 Diamond Plate also features Houge G-10 Grips and a  black hard anodized frame finish,.

Each one of Sig Sauer‘s new P238 pistols are 5.5 inches long and have only a 1.1 overall width making them easily concealable.  All of them weigh around 15 ounces, have a mag capacity of 6 rounds (with exception to the extreme), feature SIGLITE night sights and have single action only triggers with an 8 pound pull.  These custom .380 ACP go for $752 each and should be shipping to dealers now.

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