NEW Sig Sauer P238 & P938 to Join the Legion Line-Up


    The fold of Legion firearms continues to grow constantly. Now the P238 .380 ACP and P938 9mm models will join that elite collection as well. Some of the highlights of receiving that special make-over are a machined aluminum trigger, extended magwell, and a Cerakote Elite Gray Coated slide and frame.

    Sig sauer p238 legion .380 acp micro compact

    For those who favor the ultra-compact size of a stout .380 ACP pistol, the P238 should be right up your alley. Not only featuring the distinctive look and membership into Sig Sauer‘s cool kids club, you also get a host of premium features to match the appearance and price-tag.

    The LEGION P238 features the distinctive LEGION Gray finish in Cerakote Elite. The P238 Legion includes a new precision machined aluminum trigger and aggressive trigger guard checkering along with an ambidextrous thumb safety. The slide features front cocking serrations and X-RAY3 Day/Night Sights. The grips are Legion Black G-10 grips with an embedded Legion medallion. The P238 Legion comes with an extended magwell ready to accept magazines for faster reloads.

    The benchmarked price-point for this upgraded version of the stalwart P238 is $850. An even more in-depth explanation can be heard straight from Sig Sauer through their most recent YouTube video debuting the new model.

    What do you guys think? Loving it? Give us your thoughts in the Comments below, but before you do that, let’s take a look at the other new model as well!

    sig sauer p938 legion 9mm micro compact

    The P938 iteration offers a similar aesthetic and features, but in a slightly beefier frame to house the 9mm cartridge. The current MSRP is set at $904 which is a slight increase over the P238. This will ship with three (3) 7-round magazines and is, in fact, shipping to retailers and should be available for consumers very soon. A personalized video can viewed for the P938 as well courtesy of Sig Sauer.

    So with all of this upgraded goodness for the P938 and P238, are you sold? Is this something you would be willing to pay the extra money for to gain the extra features? Let us know your thoughts, critiques, and criticisms in the Comments below! We always appreciate feedback.



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