The success of the small Sig P238 led them to release a slightly larger 9mm version called the P938 in 20012. Much like the P238 model, the 938 is a sub-compact single action model that will hold either 6 or 7 rounds of 9mm.
Unlike many other handguns created for the subcompact 9mm market, the P938 uses a metal alloy for the frame versus the typical polymer found in other models. The idea behind using steel was to offer enough weight to make the P938 more pleasant to shoot than some of the polymer based models like the Kahr PM9, Ruger LC9, etc. Still, the P938 weighs just 16 ounces unloaded, making it more than light enough for pocket or CCW carry.
Dimensionally, the 938 features a three-inch barrel with an overall length of 5.9 inches. With a width of 1.1 inches, the single stack offers a much thinner profile than a double-stack sub-compact pistol like the Glock 26.
The Sig Sauer P938 is equipped with tritium night sights, in transverse dovetails, and offers the standard three-dot combat sight setup. An ambidextrous safety makes the P938 easy for left and right-handed shooters. If you prefer the single action mechanics typically found on a 1911 weapon, then you will find the P938 feels like a trusted old friend.
At the time of this writing, Sig was offering the P938 in 10 different versions that consist of different grips, colors, and features.
The size and slim profile of the 938 make it an excellent choice for concealed carry. From a holster standpoint, the P938 could be worn in a pocket holster, IWB, or on a higher riding outside the waistband holster model.
Holsters shown below are available in models to fit the Sig P938 9mm.
All prices are in USD.