Review six SIG .380's

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by jeepix, May 9, 2010.

  1. jeepix

    jeepix Member

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    Good article on Sig's P238 series pistols. These are great for Conceal Carry. This might be of interest to anyone considering a CCW firearm now or int he near future. The article goes over the pros of each version to help you choose.

    Six Pack of Sigs
     
  2. rglbegl

    rglbegl Well-Known Member

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    I want one just cuz they look like a mini 1911
    As far as .380's go, The Sig is one of the toughest and heaviest.

    Too bad they are not legal here in Cali
     

  3. RJay

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    :DDe-ja vu, Looks like Star and LLama revisited. People enamored with the 1911 mystique should love these old out dated designs. Just my opinion and I have others.:)
     
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    I just got this one, took it to the range yesterday for the first time....shoots pretty good, the fiber optic sight is easy to pick up. 100 rounds and only 1 FTF
     

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    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    It was a good article, I have been trying to resist the urge to buy one. Every time I read something good about them my resistance breaks down just a little more. The biggest deterrent is the price, I really have a hard time justifying about $600 for a .380, even if it is a Sig!
     
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    They look like the old Colt 380's. No grip safety is
    what I don't like about them. Bought my son in law
    a Colt gov model 380 few years ago. That thing
    shot good.
     
  7. Danwin22

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    It looks like the old Colt Mustang .380 which is a very good thing.

    The Sig is my choice for a .380 but until ammo prices come down to a more realistic price it will be on my "Things to get someday list."
     
  8. Just22s

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    Nice piece. I bought the 380 Equinox and the matching P220 Equinox. Both extremely nice grip fit and feel.
     
  9. Helix_FR

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    I just bought one too. CZ was getting hard to conceal during summer months. Got the SAS version for a hell of a deal so I bit. Now I just need to go pick it up. Thanks for the link.
     
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