Sig Sauer Custom Shop Equinox series adds pride of ownership to that feeling. The distinctive polished slide flats and nickel controls contrast with the dark-coated surfaces for a visually arresting two-tone appearance. When combined with its practical features, the Equinox series is pretty to look at and beautiful to shoot. The P238 Equinox, it's just a fraction of the size of the full-size pistols. A smart looking, small handgun built with the same accuracy and reliability as large frame pistols. With an overall length of just 5.5 inches a height of 3.96 inches, and weighing just 15.2 ounces, the P238 is the ultimate firepower in an all metal frame concealed pistol. The P238 is built on an anodized alloy beavertail style frame with wood 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 Nitron finish and Siglite rear night sight and Tru-Glo tritium fiber optic front sight.
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Type : Pistol
Action : Single
Caliber : 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length : 2.7"
Capacity : 6 + 1
Safety : Manual
Grips : Wood
Sights : Siglite Night Sights
Weight : 15.2 oz
Finish : BiTone
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Submitted By: mike d. On 09/25/2013
I handled both the 938 and the 238. Interestingly the 238 although only a tiny fraction smaller in every dimension, is the more comfortable gun of the two.
The idea of this gun is compact carry size. The 938 it just a tiny bit too large and too bulky. I am sure there is a logical argument out there for the 9 mm luger verses the 380 [9mm Kurtz], but at the range where this gun would be useful, who are we kidding? I am going for compactness over power in this type of pistol.
There is also criticism of the safety being on the guns at all. If that is its worst fault, it is near enough to perfect for me.
Trust the Swiss and German's to build a good metal pistol. This one is a classic based on 'the iconic 1911' and I think a collectable for my grand children.
[5 of 5 Stars]