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A 1911-inspired 9mm thats easy to conceal and even easier to shoot.? STAND AND SUPPORT: Introducing the special edition P938 STAND. Show your unwavering support for the flag and for Americas National Anthem with this special commemorative edition. With its stars and stripes engraved slide and custom grips with embedded flag medallion, youll proudly share in our support for Americas troops and first responders.? With the P938, SIG SAUER offers the ballistic advantage of the 9mm cartridge in a platform similar in size to the best-selling P238 pistol. A single-action-only trigger, coupled with full-size SIGLITE Night Sights makes the P938 handle like a much larger pistol, yet is still easy to carry concealed. With dimensions just slightly larger than its .380ACP counterpart, the P938 packs seven plus one rounds of 9mm into an all-metal frame and a polished and engraved stainless steel slide. The single-action trigger gives the P938 unmatched accuracy in a pistol its size. Fans of the 1911 will find the thumb safety, magazine release and slide stop lever in familiar places. An ambidextrous safety makes the P938 easy for left- and right-handed shooters. SIG SAUER P938 STAND Black frame ?? Stars, Stripes & the word Stand engraved on Nitron slide ?? SIGLITE night sights ?? Custom black grips with embedded flag medallion ?? Includes (1) 6-round flush mag & (1) 7-round extended mag with finger rest ?? P938 STANDARD FEATURES 1911-inspired micro-compact ?? Single-Action Only (SAO) ?? 7.5-8.5# trigger pull (unless otherwise specified) ?? Anodized aluminum alloy Beavertail frame ?? Front strap checkering ?? Stainless steel slide ?? Rear cocking serrations ?? Combat hammer ?? Carbon steel barrel ?? Ambidextrous thumb safety ?? Includes single-stack steel mag ?? Width: 1.1 ?
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WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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