Sig 938 is small!

Sig 938 is small!

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    Sig 938 is small!

    A friend showed me their 938 today. I was impressed on how small and light it was. The safety was also very positive (strong feeling). I was impressed. Gotta get one! He told me he doesn't carry it condition 1.


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    Love mine; 26 oz. loaded with 7+1. Waiting on a couple holsters & DO carry locked & loaded!
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    locked and loaded here as well.

    great gun.

    my primary everyday unless i'm out trail running.

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    Husband has a 938 and loves it. I have the P238 and carry it cocked and locked, just like others have recommended.

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    IMHO the only way to carry is locked and loaded, I sold my P238 to get this one.

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    I have the 'extreme' model and love it. Mine's been almost perfect, I must admit to a failure to feed once and one failure to extract once very early on within the first 4 mag reloads with 115 grn ammo..besides that, been perfect. I'm hoping they come out with a HD (all stainless) model...regardless of resulting weight, like the P238 HDW.

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    For 1911 style guns, even little ones, the method of carry is C&L, aka, "Condition one and only." Otherwise, you have what is basically an "assault paperweight."

    You're right, it is a tasty little morsel of a pistol. It's on my short, short list of guns to acquire.
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    I would consider this for pocket carry I just don't want to be fumbling a safety from the pocket. IWB I could understand. But on the other hand I figure why not get something with more capacity if your gonna go IWB.

    Decisions...decisions.

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    I have 2 and love them both. Great little gun. If you get one get the 7 round mag it really improves the grip. I use a DeSantis pocket holster and always carry in condition 1.
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    Like GandV said "condition one and only". It's not a problem, especially with the awesome safety they have. Which is also another thing to not be worried about, you can click it off very easily during your draw stroke, it's a non-issue. They are fantastic little guns.
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    Only way to carry is cocked and loaded, but preferably with a gun that has no external safeties such as a Glock.
    "If you carry a gun, people will call you paranoid. That's ridiculous... If I have a gun, what in the hell do I have to be paranoid for?" [Clint Smith - Thunder Ranch]

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    So torn! Love my 238 but regretting not ponying up the extra cash to get the 938!

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    I may have to go put my hands on one of those to check it out

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    I have been looking for one but seems like I am a day late, not much on the shelves these days.
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