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    Guevera is offline Junior Member
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    I'd like to add my vote for the 232 before this thread sinks into a distant page. I bought one of the S&W PKK/s pistols and it was miserable, traded it the next day for a stainless 232 and never happier. I did ditch those giant rubber grips for a set of Nills like in the photograph above. Not only are they very handsome, but the fit and feel is impecable. The 232 is my only SIG but it is a keeper and I would cheerfully drop a lot of other hardware before I got rid of it.

    Edited to add: Hey! I think that is a photograph of my SIG I posted on another board - even the angle of the grip screw is the same. No wonder it looked so familiar. Anyway, that is what those Nills grips look like - an elegant addition that feels great in the hand.
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    Are the stainless magazines known to feed smoother or be more reliable? My P230 I picked up used only came with 1 magazine and I'd like to add to or replace that that one.

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    The Sig p232 is not a reliable pistol ..... my police dept won't let me carry it as a back-up

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    Regarding the take-down of the P232 and that "little spring-loaded piece." Its a catch lever release spring and it flew off (due to my carelessness in take-down on my first day of ownership. Lost it and ended up ordering 2, just in case. I traded in a Walther PK380 for it and there is no comparison at all, in any respect. The P232 is without question (my opinion) the best made and shooter for a .380 in that size/weight category.

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    I had same problem with a Walther PK380...had it for less then a year and traded in for the P232.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra64 View Post
    The missus had a Walther jamm-o-matic for about a month. Sold it. Had a Browning BDA .380, sold that too.

    Bought a P232 in ST w/Hogue grips. She loves it. After the first 100 rounds it smoothed out and settled in nicely. The subsequent 600 rounds have been flawless. It carries exremely well in a Bianchi #5 Blackwidow holster.

    The P232 is the only .380 we'd ever own.

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    I have the stainless 232 and love it. Shoots well doesn't kick hard and carries easy. I also have a P238 and this little gem is what I tend to grab most days when I go out. Still, love the 232 and will never get rid of it.

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