The .380 Used by the British SAS

    In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reviews the SIG Sauer P230. Introduced in 1977, the SIG Sauer P230 was made to be a new and improved PPK. Sharing many similarities with the Walther PPK/S, this tiny fixed barrel .380 was lighter and more functional than the older PPK, and it saw some success in military and law enforcement adoption, including its being issued to the British SAS for undercover operations. But it’s 2021 – is this gun still worth buying? Or worth carrying? James walks you through the SIG Sauer P230 and P232 pistols in today’s video.

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