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Old 11-11-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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I got a new P-938 two weeks ago and finally today I was able to go shoot it. I put 100 rounds wwb 115gr FMJ, 50 rounds Tulammo 115gr FMJ and 50 rounds of Monarch 124gr JHP through it. The gun shoots better than I can. Up to 25 yards I could actually get better groups with it than my duty size cz p-07. It did have two failure to feeds with the monarch but I figure thats from the dirty Tulammo I shot before it. Im not quite ready to put it in my carry rotation but I do have a holster on order for it now.

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Old 11-12-2012, 04:57 AM   #2
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Congrats on a wise firearm choice!!

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Welcome to the club! Love my p938

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Old 11-15-2012, 02:24 AM   #4
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Love the size. Hate the trigger!!! Love how accurate it is. Hate the trigger!!! Easy to carry & conceal. I didn't buy them for a target gun anyway

I'll keep them both. I have The Nightmare, and The Extreme!

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I just got the rosewood model a week ago. Hoping to shoot it this weekend. Love the look, feel and fit & finish. Hope it shoots great, too.

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Let us know how the gun performs.

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Absolutely. I was supposed to go shoot it today, but I had to finish up a job, and was beat after that. disappointing, it was such a nice day, too.

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Shot it today. Extremely impressed! Feels very good shooting it, recoil is not bad at all. Plenty accurate. I don't see any problem with the trigger, I liked it.

I shot almost a box of federal target ammo, and some Hornady Critical defense, and Hornady Custom. Not 1 malfunction.

My only complaints are; there is only 1 mag sent with it, and it is extremely hard to load. Made my thumb wicked sore. I have a Maglula, but I didn't bring it.

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Congrats on the P938. It is my daily concealed carry. I have shot 200 rounds flawlessly. I have to agree with the other post, that the magazines are hard on the thumb. But the gun shoots great. The Hogue grips are more comfortable.

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But remember, I have the Maglula loader. Should turn it into a non-issue. Just haven't tried it yet.

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