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    Sig p938

    Thinking of buying a Sig P938 9mm. Looking for opinion of Sig p938 9mm. Reliability and is it pickey what ammo used?

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    I am also in your boat. Went to the GS twice but did not "pull the trigger" I am thinking it will be my next purchase.

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    Well this has been my limited experience. I've only had my new 938 out to shoot twice but it ran fine. Here is what was shot:

    6 Speer Gold Dots 124g+P
    50 Zero 125g HP reloads
    12 Gold Dot 124g reloads
    100 Zero 124g FMJ reloads
    100 Win 124g FMJ reloads

    I've got some 147g reloads yet to test. I also have a Nano and it has been known to have issues with 115g ammo. I don't personally shoot any 115g. These little guns have tight tolerances and in my opinion you need to shove good quality ammo down their throats. 124 & 147g ammo should allow it to function fine. Some work well with 115g others do not.
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    Love my Sig P938 nightmare. Almost purchased a bi-tone P938 yesterday simply because I liked the way it looked...that took a lot of self control...just might cave and get it later this week. Shot Remington UMC 115g FMJ without any issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreGoodGuy View Post
    Love my Sig P938 nightmare. Almost purchased a bi-tone P938 yesterday simply because I liked the way it looked...that took a lot of self control...just might cave and get it later this week. Shot Remington UMC 115g FMJ without any issues.
    You're going to get it. Why delay the inevitable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmagnuss View Post
    You're going to get it. Why delay the inevitable?
    I know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreGoodGuy View Post
    Love my Sig P938 nightmare. Almost purchased a bi-tone P938 yesterday simply because I liked the way it looked...that took a lot of self control...just might cave and get it later this week. Shot Remington UMC 115g FMJ without any issues.
    Went to buy the P938 bi-tone today but while I was there I realized that it made a whole lot more sense to get the Colt Defender since I didn't own one of those.

    Sorry P932 bi-tone, you'll have to wait a little while longer.
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