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Sig P938 legend

Took my Sig 9mm in for a trigger job ...
from factory "7lbs" to 3.25 lbs

The difference is incredible
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Nice, who was shooting the scattergun on your right?
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Nice, who was shooting the scattergun on your right?
Tourist.. from Australia
never touched a gun before
Thankfully the range has a good guy watching them closely
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Took my Sig 9mm in for a trigger job ...
from factory "7lbs" to 3.25 lbs
Looks like you got the liver, pancreas, gallbladder, heart, spleen, thymus, stomach and lungs. Good shooting
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That's some good shooting Mac! Poor Aussies, I don't think they can own a handgun or a semi-auto rifle - all of their weapons were confiscated a few years ago.

I was shopping for a lighter and slimmer carry gun about a month ago at our local gun show, my Sig P239 was getting heavier and heavier on my hip every year. On my radar were two Sig models - the P938 and a P365. The P938 is the same size as my wife's P238 (.380 caliber) and a dandy size. I handled a P365 and liked it, then handled the just released P365XL which is a tad larger. Loved it, bought it.
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Considering the Romeo 0, John?
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I guess we'll have to name you Dead-Eye Mac!
Good Shooting, good to see you're keeping your skill set up to snuff!
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Considering the Romeo 0, John?
Here's the Romeo that Bill is referring to - this one is for handguns. The 365XL is set up to replace the rear iron sight with Sig's Romeo. I don't understand why you would want a red dot or reflex optic on a carry gun .

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The 0 model is being made specifically for the XL evidently and is smaller. The price is also significantly less at $200.

I would think it would be attractive to people with vision issues. If you wear corrective lenses for instance. I can imagine if you find yourself needing to use this weapon there could be a high probability of your glasses not being available.
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Your rational makes sense Bill. That kind of sight would be fine on a nightstand gun but I wouldn't want it in my holster, like I wouldn't want a laser. I've shot thousands of rounds in various handguns and trying to adapt to a reflex sight I fear wouldn't work for me being an old dog and such .

Back to the P938....

The P938 and its little twin the P238 (which I've shot quite a bit) has a very short sight radius and Mac's shot groups are very impressive. I don't think I've ever had a good group like Mac's with the wife's P238. My visiting nephew and I spent a recent afternoon shooting various long guns and handguns and I surprised myself when I had decent shot groups with the 238. Not as good as Mac's though.

The P938 was on my carry gun short list but it's so small I was afraid it wouldn't be fun to shoot in 9mm. I wish I could have shot one to try out.
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