It is, in a word, the P938 chambered in 9mm. Obviously, to handle the Parabellum cartridge, Sig had to do more than just rudely shove a 9mm chambering reamer into a P238 barrel. They had to first increase the frame size to handle a bigger magazine for the longer round, then reproportion the slide to handle the extra energy. But if you saw it on a counter or table and had nothing else to give you a sense of perspective, your first thought would be, “Isn’t that a Sig P238?”
I purchased my Sig Sauer P938 in early January this year with the intent of carrying it simply as a concealed carry weapon (CCW). Sig or not, before I ever put any weapon into service, I like to conduct several tests at the range. There are some people out there who don’t mind taking a gun right out of the box and putting their life behind the gun’s operation.
The Sig P938 is an attractive single action only handgun offered with various colors and grip style choices. The P938 featured is the “Extreme” model that furnishes beautiful Hogue G10 extreme grips with a beavertail style frame and ambidextrous thumb safety. The main feature that stands out with the Sig P938 is the 1911 style action. Due to it’s single action trigger, this gun is meant to be carried “cocked and locked.”