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  1. #1
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    Feb 2010
    New England

    Thinking of a New Gun

    Now that I have broken my P226 in with over 1200 rounds I have been thinking to adding to my collection. I like the P232 for a pocket gun. Then I noticed the P238. I want to know if the P238 can be cocked and locked. There is no mention of the feature on the site. This is an important aspect for myself, and I need some advice on the guns. I want a little backup .380 friend.


  2. #2
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    Dec 2009
    Clearwater, FL
    Single Action. Cocked and locked, with the safety on, is the way I do it.

  3. #3
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    May 2010
    I've got the P-232 stainless and love mine. To me, it feels too heavy to be a "pocket" gun. I bought a Galco "concealable" holster and after a bit of experimenting find that it's most comfortable for me at about 5 O'clock. The package is comfortable enough that just about any shirt worn untucked will cover it. Even if it prints a bit, the compact package and the 15 forward cant don't scream "I have a gun!!!"

    Good luck with your decision. Shopping for new guns is always fun.

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