The SIG SAUER P232 Stainless is an interesting 380 ACP handgun. Made from polished stainless steel, it's heavier than most pocket 380 ACP handguns. It is the smallest 380 ACP handgun in the SIG SAUER line and yet it's larger than most other 380 ACP pocket guns. It uses a a fixed barrel blowback action, as the famous Walther PPK , but also has night sights, something most other pocket guns don't have
The Sig P232 draws it’s lineage from the older P-230, which in itself comes from the Sauer 38H. The old Sauer 38H was a blowback pistol intended to compete with the Walther PPK and Mauser HSC handguns.
Due to Germany’s pressing need for every last handgun they could get their hands on in the Second World War, Sauer would produce the 38H until the factory was captured by the Allies in 1945. The Sig P232, carries on the legacy of the Sauer 38H in spirit, as it is very much a modernized variant of the old handgun.
I have had it for around three year. The pistol is very accurate and never fails. It is the best 380 I have shot. I recently bought a Ruger LC9. While looking for an ankle holster for it I actually bought a great one for my Sig P232. If you are interested in one, take a look at the Galco. If you buy it you may need the boot extension, which enable it to fit on larger ankles. They have an ankle safe too which can hold a couple mags.