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Sig P938 and P238 Legion Announced

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 460Shooter, Nov 15, 2018.

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  1. 460Shooter

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    Sig just announced the release of a Legion version of the P938 and P238 pistols.

    I think I'll be picking up the P938. I've been eyeing them up for awhile and I like the legion variant. It has a flat trigger, night sights like the ones on the P365, a magwell, comes with three 7 round mags, and looks great IMO.

    I'm looking for a new summer weather gun. This looks like it.

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  2. horsemen61

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    Awesome!
     
  3. Tommygunn

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    OMG, another great looking gun I just gotta have!:eek: ..... :thumbdown:
     
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    I have a blued 938 with rosewood..... Sig make a good product and i am sure you will enjoy..... of late i have been more attached to my cz pcr i just shot it much better
     
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    I’ll have to hold one to decide. I really like my P938sas with a 6 rd mag the best.
     
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  6. 460Shooter

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    I can't really tell if you're thumbs down is indicating displeasure with yourself for wanting another gun, or if you're being sarcastic and think the gun sucks.
     
  7. Tommygunn

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    Here is it decoded: I LOVE THAT GUN! ;) (now I got to buy me one:D )
     
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    Ah! Very clear now! :D

    by the way, there are a few available on Gunbroker already. They are like $779.
     
  9. Doublehelix

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    I have been carrying a P938 every day for several years. Love mine. I have no plans to upgrade to the Legion model, but if I was buying one new, I would definitely opt for the Legion. I do have a P226 Legion SAO that I absolutely adore.
     
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  10. 460Shooter

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    I almost tagged you in the post, but figured you'd stumble across it. I didn't want to rob you of the joy of discovery.
     
  11. Doublehelix

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    Haha!!! Gee thanks!!! I can smell a P938 thread from across the room!!!
     
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    Like you, a P938 has been my EDC for several years (P938 Extreme). I have no plans to buy another one.
     
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    Same here. Mine's the SAS.
     
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    Another fan of the P-938, which is strange, because otherwise I typically detest little handguns. But by golly, for me it shoots almost as well as a 1911.

    As I've been trying to acquire each new Legion as they come out ... doggone it, now I'll have to get Legion versions of these two:
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  15. Doublehelix

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    Wow, good on ya man. That is pretty awesome to have that collection. Which P226 do you own, the SAO or the DA/SA (or both)? I just love my SAO, it is one of my favorite 9mm's ever.
     
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    I saw a SAO 226 Legion yesterday. I'm trying desperately to save money right now though, so I didn't handle it.

    I ran...... like a coward.
     
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    I've got only the DA/SA right now (in addition to my P-229 Legion) ... my best shooting buddy won't trade me his SAO for mine, so I've got an SAO on order. I am really starting to think the 226 SAO Legion is about the perfect combo of a duty/range/carry gun for my needs. The trigger is awesome.
     
  18. Doublehelix

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    Smart man!!! Don't touch it or you will never go back!!!


    Yeah, it is really about the perfect 9mm handgun for my hands and style of shooting. YMMV. I am an SAO guy anyway.

    Have you seen the P220 Legion? I'd love to have one in .45 ACP.
     
  19. 460Shooter

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    I had a few toxic relationships linger on for too long for precisely that reason.

    I just noticed the difference in magazine floor plates between Old Dog's P938 and the Legion version. I assume that is to accommodate the magazine well.

    I've handled a P938 with the flush magazines and with the extended. The extended definitely felt better, but I'm curious now how this version feels with a mag well. I may have to find one locally to handle before committing.

    Oh, but 10mm man, 10mm................... My non-Legion P220 10mm has rapidly ascended to the top spot in my semiautos.
     
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    Pretty cool, but I'd have been far more interested in a Legion version of the 225.
     
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    I didnt see anything with the 938 that makes me want one over one of the other, cheaper models myself.

    Smart man. I didnt run and my 226 SAO is on my hip right now, been that way since I bought it.

    I've learned to never pick up a nice gun unless I'm ready to buy it, because once it's in my hands, its inevitable
     
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