Video Review: SIG Sauer P238 Scorpion

by
posted on April 24, 2017
One hundred six years after its introduction, the 1911 has more fans than ever...and SIG Sauer's P238 Scorpion will delight 1911 fans in search of a CCW-friendly design. This miniaturized version of the popular 1911 platform offers everything a concealed-carrier could want out of a micro pistol: It's compact, but pleasant to shoot; it's got a crisp single-action trigger; and it offers safety innovations above and beyond previous iterations of this design. Watch as American Rifleman's Kelly Young explains how the P238 Scorpion won't sting you...just your target.

Latest

Goslings
Goslings

Wildlife Dilemma: What to Do With a Grounded Baby Bird

Did you ever think you'd see an NRA guide to "picking up chicks"? Us neither!

First Impressions: SK & Springfield's da Vinci Mode

SK Customs partners with Springfield Armory to create an object of unparalleled beauty and rugged utility ... Leonardo would be proud.

NRA Statement on Recent DOJ/ATF Final Rule

Randy Kozuch, Executive Director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), released the following statement.

Wild Table with Savage Arms: Venison T-Bone & French Trimmed Racks

Indulge in the rich flavors of venison with Mike Robinson’s exquisite reverse seared Venison T-Bone and French Trimmed Rack recipe.

First Impressions: Galco UnderWraps Elite Belly Band CCW Holster

Concealed-carry experts often cite the belly band as best for deep concealment ... and this one has options aplenty!

How to Shoot a Shotgun

Don't laugh ... rifle and pistol shooters need to master a different skillset to shoot scatterguns effectively. Here are the basics.

Interests



Get the best of NRA Family delivered to your inbox.