Video Review: SIG Sauer P238 Scorpion

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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.

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