The P238 pistol from Sig Sauer isnäó»t new. In fact, Sig Sauer announced the arrival of the firearm at the 2009 SHOT Show. Regardless, people still love this weapon. The P238 is pretty similar to the classic M1911 pistol. Itäó»s modeled after the 1911 and is also similar to the Colt Mustang pistol. This weapon is a compact .380 ACP caliber, single-action pistol. The firearm is entirely made from metal.
The grip panels on the Sig Sauer P238 Scorpion are fluted polymer. The frame of the weapon is aluminum and the slide is made from stainless steel. HD models of the P238 are made completely from steel. All P238 firearms come standard with night sights and ambidextrous safeties.
The stainless steel slide features the popular trademarked Sig Sauer slide serrations, FDE finish, G-10 Pirahna Grips, and SIGLITE Night Sites. Sig Sauer offers an extensive line of P238 pistols. There is bound to be a weapon for every kind of tastes.
This weapon has bilateral safety levers and does not feature a grip safety like whatäó»s found on M1911s. A combat-style and drift-adjustable 3-dot tritium SIGLITE sight tops the gun. The beavertail on this weapon is descent sized. The beavertail is relieved at its top to allow the exposed grooved and skeletonized hammer to move down into it when the gun cycles.
FDE PVD Frame
SIGLITE Night Sights
G-10 Piranha Grips
People love the P238 Scorpion because itäó»s similar to other guns in terms of design and operation, but itäó»s smaller. This firearm looks smart. Itäó»s a small handgun that is built with the same accuracy and reliability as large frame pistols from Sig Sauer.
This weapon is considered by many to be the ultimate firepower. The all-metal frame concealed power is built on an anodized alloy beavertail style frame that is ideal for concealed carry. The P238 chambers 7 rounds of .380 ACP ammo and features a Flat Dark Earth Carakote finish.
Length: 5.5 Inches
Height: 3.96 Inches
Weight: 15.2 Ounces
Action Type: Semi-Automatic
Frame Size: Micro-Compact
Frame Finish: Hard Coat Anodized
Whatäó»s Special About Semi-Automatic Pistols?
If you happen to be a gun enthusiast, then you probably know all there is to know about semi-automatic pistols; if youäó»re not a gun enthusiast, then this is for you:
A semi-automatic gun fires 1 shot every time the gunäó»s trigger is pulled and automatically reloads itself after each shot. The spent casing is ejected when the gun is fired and a new round from the magazine is loaded into the gunäó»s chamber.
Many of the firearms sold and collected in the United States are semi-automatics. These types of firearms can be used for a variety of shooting purposes, including: competition, self-defense, range shooting, and more. There are different price points for semi-automatic firearms and there are a number of style and customization options available.
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