New: Sig Gives P938 the SAS Treatment w/ FT Bullseye Sight
Following in the path of the head-turning P365 SAS, Sig Sauer has now applied the same treatment to another of their micro-compact 9mm pistols, the P938.
Announced on Tuesday, the new P938 SIG Anti-Snag model dehorns the squared edges from the pistol for what the New Hampshire-based company bills as a seamless draw. This process includes ditching the standard sight posts for a flush-mounted FT Bullseye fiber-tritium night sight mounted directly into the slide.
The FT Bullseye is set into the top of the Nitron-finished stainless steel slide, in place of more traditional sights. Sig says the sight is “intuitive and easy for the untrained eye to pick-up for fast target acquisition.” (Photo: Sig Sauer)
“When we introduced the SAS technology with the P365 it was immensely popular, and the demand for this new technology in the concealed carry market was immediate,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “The Sig P938 is a very popular micro-compact pistol, so the addition of the SAS technology was a natural fit for this platform.”
The P938 SAS is a single-action-only hammer-fired pistol with an allow frame and Nitron finish. Dimensionally, it is only a little larger than the .380ACP P238, a Mustang-style pocket pistol, which is technically its older brother. (Photo: Sig Sauer)
With a 3-inch barrel, the overall length is 5.9-inches while height is a pocket-friendly 3.8-inches. A 7+1 single stack, overall width is 1.1-inches. Weight is 16-ounces. The pistol’s surface controls include an ambidextrous thumb safety– for fans of cocked-and-locked carry– and the handgun uses a black Houge rubber grip.
The new Sig Sauer P938 SAS ships with a single magazine and the company has not released an MSRP on the gun at this time.