Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Ask And Ye Shall Receive...

So, in yesterday's review of the SIG SAUER P238, commenter Joshua asks:
You've covered the bases pretty well for everything I would ask though can we get a picture of it in pocket?
Well, sure!

Here's the back pocket:


And the front:


See what I mean about it just disappearing? The P238 is so small and light that there's just no reason to carry it anywhere but in a pocket. Although if you did have a quality inside the waistband holster for it, it's thin and light enough that it would conceal under pretty much anything short of a tube top.

And no, you're not getting a picture of that...

That is all.

5 comments:

Joshua said...

Ask and ye shall bloody well get it, thankya sir!

Thing just disappears as you said and I believe this is just the ticket I'm looking for in a deep concealment sidearm.

Thankya again.

Dave H said...

My work requires me to wear a tucked in shirt, and the way I overhang my belt line a tuckable IWB holster would print pretty badly. So the P238 goes in a pocket holster. If it prints at all, it just looks like a wallet.

On the weekends I can wear a shirt untucked, so a loose polo shirt does a good job of covering unsightly bulges. Although when dressed like that, I'm usually carrying an LCP in an IWB holster.

Stretch said...

And no, you're not getting a picture of that...

Let us give thanks for small favors.

instinct said...

What! No shots of you in a mankini??

There is a god!

Angus McThag said...

Saving the tube top pics for your review of the flash-bang holster?