What do you think of the P938?

What do you think of the P938?

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    What do you think of the P938?

    I have been considering purchasing a new carry.... As you know, you have to treat yourself especially on the holidays. Does anyone own the P938 and how do you like it?
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    I like mine!

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    Love it. I have 2.

    Here are a few of recent threads about the P938:

    A new pickup to share EDC duties.......P938 SAS

    238 or 938

    Ordered P938!

    Sig P938

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    Sig p938
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    What about reliability?
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    Quote Originally Posted by medmunds21 View Post
    What about reliability?
    A few early reviews of the gun I read talked about some issues, but it seems like most of those have been cleaned up by Sig. There is always a chance you could get stuck with lemon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by medmunds21 View Post
    What about reliability?
    I wouldn't own two of them if they weren't reliable.

    Come to think of it, I wouldn't own one of them if they weren't reliable.
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    If you allready shoot a 1911 then it makes sence to stay with in a basic design. If you shoot the typical stricker fired pistol then it may not be the best option. There are reasons to not change trigger designs and function. As far as reliable you have to proof any firearm you buy. As trouble free as the 380 version is the 9mm had a few growing pains and a some problems do to ammo or shooters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardluk1 View Post
    If you allready shoot a 1911 then it makes sence to stay with in a basic design. If you shoot the typical stricker fired pistol then it may not be the best option. There are reasons to not change trigger designs and function. As far as reliable you have to proof any firearm you buy. As trouble free as the 380 version is the 9mm had a few growing pains and a some problems do to ammo or shooters.
    So, you're suggesting the 380 over the 9mm?
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    Good gun but I pocket carry and wouldn't want a single action in my pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rammerjammer View Post
    Good gun but I pocket carry and wouldn't want a single action in my pocket.
    What are you suggesting?
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    What do you think of the P938?

    Agreed. Light trigger, safety snags on pocket, and you have a story to share with that wide receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ValpoHawkeye View Post
    Agreed. Light trigger, safety snags on pocket, and you have a story to share with that wide receiver.
    If you pocket carry you should always use a quality holster that covers the trigger. With that said, if you are not comfortable don't do it.
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    What do you think of the P938?

    Didn't say anything about the trigger. Safety could be disengaged and since you have to unholster to draw, trigger will be exposed at least part of the way out.

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    Love mine, it's a awesome pistol and handles the 9mm recoil very well. If you can get one IMO you should, it really is a excellent deep concealment option. Mine has been flawles through 400 rounds to date and is very accurate at defense distance.
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    I like our 938 for carrying when I need a pocket gun. At other times, I prefer my Sig P239 because I like the DA/SA trigger and the increased capacity. My wife likes the P238 which is nearly identical to the 938. I have never had a problem with the cocked-and-locked aspect, and have been carrying the 238/938 for quite a while. I use a pocket/iwb holster that completely covers the trigger and safety.

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