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02 January 2012
Three of Three Eighty
The Colt's sights are very small and hard to see, but if you get them lined up it's very accurate. The P232 has easy-to-see three-dots. The P238 has tritium inserts. All three have been reliable and accurate with Speer Gold-Dot hollow points. The P232 fits my hand best, the P238 gets carried more.
I did carry the Colt in my pocket for quite a while before replacing it with the P238. The P232 was a regularly carried gun as well, in a Galco Executive shoulder holster before I decided that I could carry a 1911 in a shoulder holster just as easily.
I've also just discovered that the P232's shoulder holster carries the Colt just as well!