Video—ARTV: SIG Sauer P238 Scorpion Pistol Review

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posted on July 11, 2018
Making its debut in 2009, the SIG Sauer P238 is essentially a miniature 1911. Built on an aluminum frame with G-10 stocks, the pistol features a Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finish. The single-action, M1911 clone has bilateral safety levers but eliminates the traditional M1911 grip safety. The handgun includes Combat-style and drift-adjustable, three-dot tritium Siglite sights and chambers seven rounds of .380 ACP. The Scorpion is just one of about 22 different models of the P238 offered from SIG Sauer. 





Check out this 
“Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, in which Kelly Young heads to the range with the SIG Sauer P238 Scorpion pistol.   

Additional Reading:
NRA Gun of the Week: SIG Sauer P238 Scorpion Pistol

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