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

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

This is a discussion on A new pickup to share EDC duties.......P938 SAS within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I've owned several compact guns over the last two years (SR9c, P938 Extreme, LCP, Shield, Kimber Ultra CDP II and Solo CDP) and just happened ...

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

    I've owned several compact guns over the last two years (SR9c, P938 Extreme, LCP, Shield, Kimber Ultra CDP II and Solo CDP) and just happened to stumble upon a P938 SAS version. I'm a duo-tone handgun fan so I snapped it up immediately. I didn't even know Sig was coming out with a SAS version and their website doesn't even show one available.



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    Grrrrrrr.

    I want one of those. Real bad. In fact, contemplating offloading another to get it.

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    Great looking little gun
    My EDC G27 gen. 4
    Favorite range gun G23 gen. 3

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    I sold the P938 Extreme to get this duo-tone version. I'm impressed with the quality and I look forward to breaking it in. I'd rather put wear and tear on this little fella than my prissy Kimbers.

    Unfortunately, the holster company doesn't have a mold gun to make a holster for it yet.


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    At a recent gun show I had the opportunity to fondle a P938 very nice little gun and if it is anything like the P238 I have it will be a real winner.
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    Congrats on the find.
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    Looks beautiful. I have it's little brother, the P238 Equinox. I was gonna pair that with a938, but I found a Colt New Agent 1911 Talo, I had to have instead.
    No one ever said it'd be easy.

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    If you pocket carry it, go to Top Gun Supply. They stock Ritchie holsters, and they have pocket holsters for the 238 and 938.

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    Beautiful gun. I want one as it would be a good companion to my Sig 1911 Ultra Compact.

    But first I need to get a job...

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    Nice looking gun...I love the wood grips. I'm also a fan of the bi-tone look.

    I have a P938 nightmare and then I bought a P938 bi-tone because...well it was a bi-tone and the nightmare wasn't. Both of them are awesome looking.
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    Thanks fellas. I'm still looking for holsters......I'm just not an IWB fan. I also ordered two extended magazines which helps a lot with the grip. $39 a magazine is a little pricey, but what are ya gonna do?

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    Nice find!!
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    Great looking little gun but let's watch that "prissy lil Kimber" stuff :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberpackn View Post
    Great looking little gun but let's watch that "prissy lil Kimber" stuff :)
    lol.....I have two of them. My friends give me a hard time because I keep them in immaculate shape. I hate scratches, etc. ;-)

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    Nice pickup. Looking forward to the range report. Always liked the look of the 238 and the 9 just makes it that much better IMO.
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