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P238 At 600 rounds

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by kokapelli, Sep 9, 2010.

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  1. kokapelli

    kokapelli Member

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    Well I put the sixth hundred round through my P238 today and still have not had any kind of malfunction and it still has the original recoil spring in too.

    I love shooting this gun!:)
     
  2. DasFriek

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    I miss mine that i traded in on only god knows what.
    It just needed some mag tweaks and it ran perfect for several hundred rounds before i traded it. I also carried it cocked and locked in my back pocket in a holster and im 6'4" 270lbs. And it never had an issue from that either.
     
  3. Roswell_Kid

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    Good info, kokapelli, thanks. I am still drooling and the temptation is getting hard to resist.
     
  4. Flint Ridge

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    Glad to hear your works so well.

    Behold the Miracle!

    I had 1,400 on mine, who knows how many recoil springs, trips to Sig and never worked.

    What variation and build date?
     
  5. revjross

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    Wow Flint Ridge, what an awful experience. I have to assume you are very done with the P238. Mine was made in Nov. 2009, it's the two tone with stainless slide.My experience has been more like Kokapelli, it has been perfect and is incredibly accurate for such a small pistol. I love it, sorry your experience was so terrible!!
     
  6. Flint Ridge

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    It's ok, just wish it had worked.
     
  7. kokapelli

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    I have the Nitron and have no idea of build date but serial #27A_ _ _ _ _ _
    Here is mine.
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