Maybe.This is not the same "how many of you have more than one?" thread. This is my mystery that may not have an answer, but here goes
I have three P238's. They are different models, but the same gun, and all manufactured within a couple of years. They are: The original Scorpion, with the ambi safety; The Rainbow; and the SAS. My magical local gunsmith worked on the safeties of all 3 (which were way too stiff) and they are now "just right" when it comes to off during the draw, and on when reholstering. Other than that, and the plastic "shim" layers I put under the grips (same on all 3), they are as they came from the factory. They all came with the 'SIG nite lites.'
They are all great little guns and soft shooters BUT each time I shoot the SAS it seems to work better in every way than the other two: softer recoil, more accurate, etc. and so forth. With the rounded edges (which make it especially nice for in and out of the holster), it just feels better in every way.
I wear shooting gloves so the grip texture is not a factor for me.
Could it be possible that the looks have influenced my perception of the performance?
Two Taurus 856s, one 2 inch barrel, one 3 in "Defender". The 2" is too new, it's too early to tell.Now the question:
If you have more than one of the same gun, does one of them work noticeably better for you?
Curious grannies want to know. 👵
I've had mutltiple Makarovs. Triggers did vary, one to another. (I should "re-home" the one remaining one. I'm unlikely to ever shoot it much.)
Two XDS-s. A 9mm and a .45. I think the .45 has a nicer trigger, at this point. (I did some smoothing work, to deal with a not going into battery problem.)