Reviewed By: allan m on 09/22/2011
Rating: [1 of 5 Stars!]
when I opened the box if found my gun in plastic but when removed from the plastic I discovered there were tiny scratches all along to slide of both sides. I also noted that one of the rear night sight inserts was mashed flat. Called Sig and they told me that appearance items were not covered under warranty.
This left a very bad taste in my mouth as far as Sig service is concerned.
I decided to sell so I wouldn't have to get pissed off every time I looked at it but I quickly learned these 232's don't sell used very well when you can buy new with no shipping at 580.
I've been watching Gunbroker and 232's used just don't attract much interest at any price. I guess it's because of the fact new can be purchased so reasonably priced with no shipping. Also, these 232's are a little large for nice consealed carry and they are pretty unconventional in their operation.
If you must have a Sig, the 238 is by far the better choice. The 238 shoots as well carries perfectly in a hip pocket and is as reliable as any hand gun can be. You sitll have a sig though and as long as you don't have to go back to Sig with a problem you'll be OK.
When I purchased my 232 I also purchased 2 ea. 238's. After tossing that peace of business to
Sig I would have thought they would have been a little more accomidating. Sig as a Company gets two thumbs down from me.
My rating is based on the condition of the gun when received and the way the warranty was disregarded on cosmetics and sight damage.
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