I bought a Sig 938 Extreme over a year ago. It's taken me a while to warm up to but I've started carrying it and want to carry it more. I've never liked the way the magazine base plate on the Extreme protrudes from the back of the magazine. In addition to looking weird and feeling weird, this protrusion rubs against my palm when the magazine is released preventing the magazine from falling away cleanly during a "combat" reload. See picture below. When I became aware of the 938 Legion one of the first things I noticed is the magazine base plate on the Legion lacks this protrusion. I've been considering selling the Extreme and replacing it with a Legion. However, as I evaluate the magazine and magwell on the Legion I have discovered that the Legion magwell only has one screw holding it in place. See picture below. This doesn't seem very rugged to me and I'm now torn between living with the protruding magazine base plate on the standard 938 or taking my chances with the Legion and it's one and only attachment screw on the magwell. I talked to Sig today and they confirm the allen head screw on the Legion magwell screws into the bottom of the standard mainspring housing. The mainspring housing is pinned in place with a dowel running through the frame but the Legion magwell only has this one attachment point to hold it in place. I've attached Sig's schematic for the standard 238/938 as a visual aid. See below. Does anyone else have this concern? 938 Extreme - magazine protrusion rubs palm of hand while ejecting. 938 Extreme - Magazine protrusion rubs palm of hand while ejecting magazine. Impedes fast reloads. 938 Legion - Notice magwell and single attachment point. Image courtesy of Google Images. 938 Legion magazine. Notice no protrusion on the rear of the base plate. Image courtesy of Google Images. Standard 238/938 schematic. Courtesy Sig Sauer website.