On Tuesday the 20th I met up with Sully and picked up a brand new Sig P238 .380 carry pistol. I had been looking at the kel-tec p3-at and the ruger LCP but I didn't really like either of the pistols. I loved their size but didn't like their trigger and the fit in my hand. Yeah I realize with a pocket pistol you're not really looking for the quality of the trigger or how it feels in your hand but I do value training with my carry guns and a day at the range with a gun you don't like to shoot isn't very much fun! I took it to the range on Thursday and put a box through it and absolutely loved it. At 5 yards it's very accurate. I'm not the best pistol shot but I was able to get tight acceptable groups. When moving back to 15 plus yards I was still pleased with the accuracy. I was hitting head size groups with nearly every shot. (again, it's a pocket pistol so I'm not really looking to hit a head... ) I had 0 jams and 0 malfunctions. From a brand new pistol shooting steel cased ammo I was completely surprised. Pleasantly surprised :thumbup: Pros: The single action only trigger gives you a nice easy trigger pull adding to your potential accuracy. Replaceable sights. The sig has real sights on it. I plan on replacing them eventually with night sights. The LCP and p3-at have little nubs that they call sight. Replaceable grips. The 1911 lover in me loves being able to put grips of your own preference. Cons: No visual indicator of the safeties status. The isn't a S or F, there isn't red piece that gets revealed when the safety is off. I'll be adding my own paint to make my own indicator. Price. When comparing the LCP, p3-at, and p238 the price is probably the obvious factor that dictates which one people buy. I got a GREAT deal on my p238 but it was still $200ish more than it's plastic counterparts. I don't really put a price tag on my carry pieces though. EDC: Having proved that the gun functions properly I have started carrying this as my EDC in place of my USP compact 9mm. So far I love it. It's lighter and doesn't intrude on my normal lifestyle. I'm carrying the p238 in a D.M. Bullard pocket holster designed for the colt mustang. I'm not sure if they guns are the same but the holster work identical. The holster it self is bigger than I wanted but it still conceals very well. Unfortunately if you are looking straight down my back pocket you can see the hammer of the pistol. I'm compensating for that by hiking my pants up a little higher (my old teachers and my mother would probably say the pants are "where they should be") and wearing longer shirts. Along with the p238 in poctet holster I carry a gerber assist open knife, my cellphone, my keys, and my wallet. Depending on the where/what I'm going/doing I'll also throw on my USPc in a comptac.