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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.
Action SAO - Caliber .380 ACP - Capacity 7rd - Barrel 2.7 - Sights SIGLITE Night Sights - Frame Stainless Steel Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish - Slide Stainless Steel Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish - Grips Black Spartan Grips - Trigger Pull 7.5-8.5 lbs. - Length 5.5 - Width 1.1 - Height 3.9 - Weight 20.1 oz. - THE P238 Spartan is all stainless steel in oil-rubbed bronze PVD finish. The slide is engraved with the Greek phrase MOLON LABE (Come and take them) while the custom grips feature the inlaid Spartan helmet. - Its just a fraction of the size of our full-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 3.9 inches and weighing just 20.1 ounces the SIG SAUER P238 Spartan is the ultimate firepower in stainless steel concealed pistol. - The magazine combines a 7 round magazine tube with the ergonomically designed X-Grip magazine adapter providing additional control and increased capacity.
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