ultra compact question


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Spdracr39
February 25, 2012, 02:09 PM
I have been looking around and am having a hard time finding a very small pocket carry 9mm or 380 that has a SAO or DA/SA trigger mechanism. As inaccurate as these guns are it seems that a single action trigger would do nothing but increase accuracy tremendously. I know there is a safety factor here but with a properly positioned safety and the safe trigger technology a lot of the bigger guns are using it shouldn't be a problem. Does anyone know of a gun that meets these requirements? I really want something that is as small as my BG380 but in 9mm.

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justin146
February 25, 2012, 02:12 PM
The Sig P938 fits that criteria:

http://www.sigsauer.com/CatalogProductDetails/p938-equinox.aspx

I personally love my Diamondback DB9, but I tend to like DAO autos.

2wheels
February 25, 2012, 04:48 PM
The Sig P238 (and the reintroduced Colt Mustang) is a SAO .380, essentially it's a baby 1911 about the same size as your BG380. I've got one, it's ridiculously accurate for such a small gun and has less felt recoil then its competitors. I love mine, totally beats my buddies BG380 IMHO.

The Sig P938 is brand new, it's basically the P238 in 9mm. It was only recently announced and I'm not sure when they'll be hitting stores, even if they're already out I'd watch them for a little while to make sure they don't have any bugs. I do want one though...

There's also the Kimber Solo, but I hear they've been having issues with that.

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