I mentioned a new T&E gun that would be revealed today. This one I'm rather excited about, as it's a stand-in for another gun I would love to have (but isn't MA-approved):
SIG SAUER P238 - Sig's version of the Colt Mustang, it's a 1911-based pocket pistol in .380 ACP. 2.75" barrel, 6+1 capacity, single action goodness with the tried and true JMB (PBUH)-design. It's missing the grip safety, and the thumb safety is not a straight block like on a 1911, but the design and function are very familiar to anyone conversant with the 1911-style of handgun. It weighs 15 ounces, about the same as a Smith & Wesson J-frame (but slightly more than the Bodyguard 380 and a little more than the Ruger LCP).
The P238 is based on the Colt Mustang, with similar styling, dimensions, and specifications. I handled a Mustang at SHOT Show in January, and was quite impressed with how well it shot even at distances beyond that which I would normally shoot a pocket pistol. When I can hit a silhouette steel target at 25 yards with a pistol that fits in my pocket, that's impressive.
Now, as long as I can find .380 ACP somewhere, I'll be happy to see how this runs out on the range.
That is all.