One of the highlights of SHOT Show for the HoG crew was finding out about the release of and getting our hands on the all new Sig P938, the 9mm Luger follow up to the rabidly popular micro 1911 style Sig P238 pistol. I’ve shot the P238 because of multiple friends choosing to carry them daily but never reviewed them because of their age and the competitive nature of the concealed carry pistol game these days.
ANYWAY, in my local Sportsmans a couple weeks ago I saw they finally had a P938 in stock. I was reminded of the primary differences between the P238 and the P938 being length of the frame/slide and depth of the grip. What I forgot was how much checkering the P938 has received undoubtedly to help add some traction when the shooter lets loose on a 9×19. Pictured below is a P238 with an extended mag shown side by side with the P938 standard grip and magazine. Since the shop got in a P938 with an extended magazine but I’m a slacker and failed to get a picture. The extended mag is a welcome addition because as it stands I had difficulty just getting two fingers on the grip.
Not to worry though, I’ve got a P938 on order so hopefully before long we’ll get to see her up close driving some rounds downrange.