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  1. it’s a pretty short reach to that trigger. choose fingertip, finger pad or crook of first knuckle and try not to mix it up too much. none of them feel quite right, but the break is decent and improves with use.
    small and slim, good for iwb or pocket. yes, i’m a fan.
    there is an unofficial mainspring housing update, pretty much only necessary if it starts to loosen up.

    • I used “crook of the first knuckle” both of the times I’ve fired a P938 at my local range. (ditto for the one time I’ve fired the P238). I tried pad of the finger, but crook just works better or me on such a small pistol.

    • that’s where big and up probably will settle. it allows larger hands to grip securely. a fat hogue grip or something with more backstrap (mmm… backstrap) might alter that some.

  2. I carry a Sig 938 in an uncle Mikes size 3 holster
    It works for pocket carry as well as appendix and 3 o’clock carry
    That gun has an excellent single action only trigger as well as an ambidextrous safety for us lefties
    It is an actual joy to shoot and I use it for target practice as well as conceal carry
    I cut the new notch in a Sig 290 magazine to make it fit the 938 and now I carry with eight round magazines instead of the standard seven round magazine
    I recommend this $700 gun to everyone

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