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Old 02-09-2017, 06:55 AM   #1
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Picture Request: P238 G-10 Grip Upgrades

I just bought my first Sig: a P238 Sport. Love the gun, but I'm not a fan of the rubber Hogue grips that came on it. Thinking about changing them for g10, but there's a lot of options and not that many real pictures of grips on the gun. So it would be helpful to see what you're sporting on yours.

I've been looking at Hogue Piranha and smooth versions. Pachmayr. Larry Davidson "grenade" style.

I don't want the checkering too aggressive because I plan on carrying this IWB and I don't want it to be uncomfortable against my skin.

(Scscdesign on ebay is making some interesting wood grips, but I'm worried wood might react poorly with sweat/salt. But if you had any pictures of those I'd be interested in seeing them too.)
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Old 02-09-2017, 07:37 AM   #2
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Grips

I have LOK grips on my P938. Aggressive but not too rough. I have LOK's on 4 of my pistols. Here is a picture. They are the checkered CC G10 grips. Here is a link.

Sig P938 Checkered CC Grey Black G10 - LOK Grips
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toasterburn, google: sig p238 with G-10 grips , and select images... literally bunches!
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Old 03-11-2017, 03:09 AM   #5
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Check out SIG's website or Hogue

Sig Blackwood grips would look OK with the black frame and slide on your 238.

Not too aggressive.
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I too have the blackwood grips on both my p238 and p938. They are my favorite of all the grips. Perfect for carry!
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VZ grips on a 938:
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Hoffner. These are a little "flatter". I use the O-rings under the grip screws when changed from wood. The wood though attractive was smoothing out from handling and IWB carry.

Hogue and VZ are good too.

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Tony where did find those grips for your P238, they're awesome...
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The ones in my avatar are VZ ETC's. Get in touch with Keith at VZ for 15% off.
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Old 04-20-2017, 04:49 PM   #15
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new grips on both

P938 had hogue rubber grips - now Grn G10 Piranha.
P238 new ambi grips.
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