SIG SAUER P238 RAINBOW

SIG SAUER P238 RAINBOW

SKU 238-380-RBT

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Product Information & Specs

Chambered in 380 ACP the SIG Sauer P238 is a centerfire single-action semi-automatic handgun modeled after the M1911. Manufactured for nearly a decade this subcompact pistol has an all-metal beavertail frame and stainless steel slide. Newer models feature night sights which were originally offered only as an option and a number of variants are available with a variety of finishes grips and other features. Small yet dependable the P238 is easily concealable making it a popular option for concealed carry.

Details

Action SAO - Caliber .380 ACP - Capacity 6 - Grip Rosewood Grips - Finish Black Hard Coat Anodized - Sights SIGLITE Night Sights - Slide Finish Nitron or Natural Stainless - Barrel Length 2.7 - Overall Length 5.5 - Weight 15.2 oz. New from SIG SAUER the P238 Special Edition Rainbow Titanium finish with Rosewood Grips. Its just a fraction of the size of our ful-size pistols. A smart looking small handgun built with the same accuracy and reliability as large frame SIG SAUER pistols. With an overall length of just 5.5 inches a height of 3.96 inches and weighing just 15.2 ounces the SIG SAUER P238 is the ultimate firepower in an all metal frame concealed pistol. The P238 is built on an anodized alloy beavertail style frame with rosewood grips for comfort and a secure hold during rapid-fire usage. The stainless steel slide features the popular trademarked SIG SAUER slide serrations corrosion resistant Rainbow Titanium finish and SIGLITE Night Sights. This new SIG SAUER P238 Rainbow is shipped in a lockable hard case and one 6 round magazine.

UPC 798681418497
Caliber 380 ACP
Action SINGLE ACTION
Capacity 6+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 2.7 BARREL
Weight 1













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