Is the SIG P938 a good carry gun?

Is the SIG P938 a good carry gun?

The Sig P938 is an extremely reliable little gun. After over 250 rounds of various plink and defense ammo—including Remington UMC and Federal 115 gr FMJ—the P938 had zero failure to feed or failure to extract. Other than that small issue, there haven’t been any problems with the P938 shooting consistently and reliably.

What is the SIG P938 SAS?

The P938 SAS Micro-Compact has undergone a radical dehorning process resulting in an ultra smooth, snag free profile that’s ideal for concealed carry. A single-action-only trigger, coupled with FT Bullseye Sight, the P938 handle like a much larger pistol, yet is still easy to carry concealed.

What caliber is a P938?

9×19mm Parabellum
The SIG Sauer P938 is a subcompact single-action pistol chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge, manufactured by SIG Sauer and introduced at the 2011 SHOT Show….SIG Sauer P938.

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Height 3.9 in (99 mm)
Cartridge 9×19mm Parabellum (P938) .22 Long Rifle (P938-22)
Action Single action
Rate of fire Semi-Automatic

How accurate is the Sig P938?

It’s a 100% reliable firearm (P290), just like any Sig Sauer product, but the chief complaint by shooters was that it was too “blocky” like a Glock and the trigger pull had a substantially long travel before firing, which is very similar to the P250 (not a fan of this particular trigger).

What is the difference between SIG P238 and P938?

The P938 is just like the Sig P238, just slightly bigger in every dimension including the bullet that it fires since the 9x19mm is just a hair bigger than the . 380 Auto. The P938 has a 3-inch barrel, sitting 5.9 inches long, 3.9 inches tall (with a flush magazine) and 1.1 inches wide.

What is the smallest 9mm Sig Sauer?

Our 9mm, 1911-inspired micro-compact, optimized for concealed carry.

Is P938 double action?

The P938 is a single action self-loading pistol. There is no double action style trigger pull. The Sig Sauer P938 seems designed to be carried cocked and locked. An ambidextrous manual thumb safety disengages with a fair amount of positive pressure, and is held in place by a detente-style arrangement.

Why are SIG Sauers so expensive?

Why is Sig Sauer so expensive? The materials used and the manufacturing processes employed to build a Sig P226 are more expensive than those of a Glock 17, so the Sig is more expensive. Sig Sauer has recently designed a modular polymer framed series of pistols with their new P320.

What handguns do the SAS use?

Glock 17 / 19 The Glock 17 is now the British military’s standard sidearm, replacing the venerable Browning High Power. The SAS, and other British Special Forces, use the Glock 17 and the compact Glock 19.