Sig Sauer P938 review
Sig Sauer has always been regarded as one of the very best manufacturers of firearms in the world, and they are personal defense handguns are consistently rated as some of the most reliable, durable, and accurate.
Police departments all over the United States (and the rest of the world, for that matter) depend on Sig Sauer handguns, and for good reason. These firearms are capable, are available in a variety of different caliber and configurations, and are easy to clean, maintain, and use.
Of all the different personal defense handguns produced by Sig Sauer, however, the P938 has to be considered amongst the very best of the best. A relatively small firearm – it looks a lot like a miniature Colt 1911 – this pistol is available a variety of different calibers (though most choose the .38 or the 9 mm for personal defense).
As we highlighted above, this particular firearm is relatively compact, very lightweight, and is intended for personal defense as well as compact/concealed carry.
Available in a variety of different finishes (though the Army Green finish seems to be the most popular), this is a firearm that feels very high quality in the hand without feeling too happy or too light – and the 6 to 7 pound trigger pull is perfect for men and women that want to be able to defend themselves.
Available in .38 and 9 mm calibers, the overwhelming majority of people that end up choosing the Sig Sauer P938 as their personal defense weapon are going to reach for the 9 mm as it has better stopping power than the .38 and it’s also considerably less expensive as far as ammunition is concerned.
You’ll have the opportunity to load a variety of different 9 mm ammunitions into this handgun, but professional firearm trainers usually go with a simple ball style ammunition like the 124 grain NATO FMJ. 9 mm parabellum ammunition can be used as well, so you’ll be able to pick and choose anything that suits your needs and your budget right down to the ground.
At the end of the day, the P938 is a very capable, very reliable, and very compact personal defense firearm.
Offering plenty of accuracy at the seven your distance than most firearms trainers recommend you practicing at for personal defense, you’ll find this handgun to be accurate at even longer distances – though you’ll want to train (obviously) to get used to the trigger pull and the single action.
This is a highly recommended handgun from a legendary manufacturer.
The Sig Sauer p938 is a light weight subcompact handgun that is being considered one of the smoothest 9MM on the market today.
The Sig P938 is very comparative to the 1911 in many ways, so fans of the 1911 will love this smaller 9MM option. The Sig p938 offers an ambidextrous thumb safety which makes the gun perfect for left or right hand shooters. Light weight, this 9MM comes in at just under 20 ounces.
Users of the P938 should find this gun easy to fire as a new or advanced shooter as the size is small enough for just about anyone to comfortably handle. Making the gun even more comfortable for almost any shooter, the P938 comes with a variety of grips to choose from and can be tailored to many preferences. Some shooters could find that the compact size does make the gun a little too small, but overall an easy gun to handle and shoot. Offering the option of a 6 or 7 round magazine, the 7 offers an extra 1/2 inch to the bottom of the gun resulting in better grip.
The single action trigger measures around 7.5lbs for the safety of the conceal carrier but feels much lighter thanks to the smooth design. The Sig P938 is designed with a slide saftey.
The hammer fired, single action trigger makes shooting the Sig Sauer p938 very comparative to the M1911. As with most compact or subcompact handguns, power and velocity is lost with the reduction in size, so it is important to choose a subcompact handgun with extremely high accuracy. Fortunately the Sig Sauer p938 delivers in this arena with smooth, exceptional accuracy.
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The P938 is also reliable and shoots consistently which paired with it’s extreme accuracy, hints to the high quality of the guns design and make, The subcompact 9MM comes with signature Sig Sauer’s SIGLITE Tritium night sights.
Designed as a cocked and locked subcompact, the SIG P938 with the safety engaged still allows for operation of the slide feature.
The small size of the P938 allows for the use of practically any holster, which comes as a small added bonus.
Overall, any fan of the M1911 will love the Sig Sauer P938. The similarities in function and firing are remarkable. For those who are totally unfamiliar with the 1911, the Sig P938 will still be impressed with the overall design and accuracy of this lightweight subcompact handgun.