It's one of the highest capacity .380's but the size is very close to my Springfield P9C (CZ clone) which is a 13+ 9mm. And with the blowback design of the Beretta, recoil is much more noticeable with the .380. Like I said, I bought it mostly for looks. It has a nice trigger in both SA and DA, but doesn't serve a big purpose in my lineup, so it doesn't get shot that much.PK380 and LCP.
Shakyshoot, I had an 84 for a short time but with the wide grip it was no more concealable or packable than a full power handgun.
If you like the P238 give the 9mm version the P938 a try. That is what I carry, it is reliable and its accuracy is excellent .I used to have a Glock 42. I traded it for a Savage 308 rifle.
I still have a Sig P238. I use it to transition people from a 22 LR to a 9 mm. It is one of the best 380 ACP pistols I have ever shot. Definitely better than a Glock.
I don't carry a P238 as I am more comfortable with a higher capacity 9mm, plus a Kimber K6S 357 Magnum.
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If you like the P238 give the 9mm version the P938 a try. That is what I carry, it is reliable and its accuracy is excellent .
Since the thread started I now have a Beretta PICO in .380 that I carry when I exercise walk. Light weight with the smallest profile of any .380.