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Old 02-07-2013, 04:02 PM   #1
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Proud New owner of a Sig P938. Will post more after I hit the range.

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Old 02-07-2013, 04:05 PM   #2
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I'm looking forward to a range report. I suspect you're going to love that gun. Good choice.

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Thanks. Having trouble finding 124gr ammo though. Guess I'll use 115 gr for plinking...

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Good gun from what I hear, almost pulled trigger on one myself recently.

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Have you heard anything about it being picky with the lighter loadings? Or their reliability versus the p238?

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Well its raining pretty hard here so i got minimal range time today. 50 rounds of PMC bronze 115gr FMJ and 6 rounds of 124gr hydra shock. No FTF or FTE gun is 100 percent so far keeping my fingers crossed.

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Well its raining pretty hard here so i got minimal range time today. 50 rounds of PMC bronze 115gr FMJ and 6 rounds of 124gr hydra shock. No FTF or FTE gun is 100 percent so far keeping my fingers crossed.
I found, during break in period, it's best to shoot in small bursts of about 50 rounds a session to ensure a positive experience.
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Thanks. Having trouble finding 124gr ammo though. Guess I'll use 115 gr for plinking...
At the range I shoot Blazer 115gr for target. I have some Winchester NATO 124gr I use from time to time when it's available. I keep Speer Gold Dot 124grain +p for SD ammo. I've loved mine and it's been a champ on the range.
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Put another 150 rounds through my little baby today. 115gr blazer aluminum case. 1 FTF so far and i must say that after i got used to my 938 the groups are really tightening up. I also picked up some magtech guardian gold 115gr +p, anyone have experience with it? It was the only +p i could find.

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My 938 just loves WPA steel case 115 grain FMJ.

Too bad the price has gone up $3-4 per box.

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