Sig Sauer P938: A BUG for 9mm Fans
By Jacki Billings
A few months ago, I took a look at the Sig Sauer P238 and since then I’ve been inundated with requests to take a look at another Sig sibling – the P938. Chambered in 9mm, the P938 is yet another entry into the micro compact Sig lineup but I was curious how it stacked up next to the .380 ACP Sig P238.
Luckily, we here at Guns.com happened to have a used Sig P938 in our Vault ready to be tested.
The Sig Sauer P938 is the 9mm sibling to the P238. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)
The P938 adopts a micro look and feel, measuring just 5.9-inches in length with a 3-inch barrel. Weighing in at 16-ounces, this handgun sports a capacity of 6+1. This particular model, found on Guns.com, came decked out in a nice FDE/black aesthetic featuring a black metal slide and controls with FDE frame.
Similar to the P238, the P938 opts for SigLite night sites and a manual safety. The SigLite night sights offered a brighter approach to traditional irons. Easy to acquire, the SigLite sights draw your attention to that ever-important front post so it’s easier to get shots on target.
As always, my usual grip comes down to the addition