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This is a discussion on Sig P938 pics within the Pistols & Revolvers forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Every time I see one of the "Best CCW" threads pop up, I always see several members here (me included) recommend the Sig P938. I ...


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Old February 9th, 2017, 12:10 PM   #1
 
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Sig P938 pics

Every time I see one of the "Best CCW" threads pop up, I always see several members here (me included) recommend the Sig P938.

I have a P938 SAS that I either IWB in an AlienGear holster or my preferred pocket carry in a Barsony Leather pocket holster.

How do you carry and lets see what your P938 looks like.





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I thought I’d show my 3 yr. old P938 and what I did to my new P238.
That P 938 is my primary carry gun and looks like new from putting a coat or two of Johnson’s paste wax on it every couple weeks or so.There is no holster wear anywhere on that gun.

I put what I call grip tape on the slide of the P-238 making it easier to grip.




Here’s the grip tape that looks like it was made for the gun. I took my time trial and error until I got it the way I wanted it.
Not only does it make it easier to grip the slide but it also protects the slide from holster wear. It’s in the wallet holster and in my right rear pocket most of the time. If it doesn't hold up it will come off allot faster then it went on.





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Thanks for this post. I'm looking for a single stack 9mm and have been thinking about the LC9s due to the price. But I have a Colt Mustang and shooting it compared to the LCP is a night and day difference. I think the same would prove true for the LC9S and the P938. I would order a Lobo just like the one above for appendix carry, but maybe not that exact P938
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Nice pics guys.

Plain and simple,, the Sig P938 is a seriously nice little 9mm IMO.

My daughter in law has one Ive shot several times.

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It is VERY accurate, has very little felt recoil, a good trigger with great night sights. Ready to carry right out of the box. Pretty hard to beat that.

I really like it.

And thats coming from a big CZ fan.

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Thanks for this post. I'm looking for a single stack 9mm and have been thinking about the LC9s due to the price. But I have a Colt Mustang and shooting it compared to the LCP is a night and day difference. I think the same would prove true for the LC9S and the P938. I would order a Lobo just like the one above for appendix carry, but maybe not that exact P938
Do yourself a favor. Spend a little (quite a bit) more and get the P 938. You won't regret it. I carry mine in a Talon IWB holster and most of the time I forget I have even it on.

Bepe that is a fine looking Sig you have there.
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Ugh so jealous. We cant have those here in the PRK. Only the 380 version and that thing is AWESOME!
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P938 Extreme

Here's mine. It's my EDC that I pocket carry in a Desantis Super Fly holster.
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I have one and there is one thing I really hate about it. "The Ambi-safety". I think they could make acouple models without it. But that is the only knock against the gun. They are a good gun.
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