SIG P938 BRG Micro-Compact 9mm Luger Handgun

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Product Description

The SIG P938 BRG Micro-Compact 9mm Luger Handgun combines the handling of a full-size pistol with the concealability of a micro-frame. This Sig Sauer 9mm is constructed with a hard-coat anodized alloy frame for strength and durability while maintaining a lightweight feel. The P938 BRG has SIGLITE night sights that offer a clear, precise point of aim even in low light. For easier handling and operation, the SIG P938 has a rubber finger groove grip and ambidextrous safety. Ideal for concealed carry, the Sig Sauer P938 BRG Micro-Compact 9mm Luger Handgun is easy to maneuver and reliably accurate.

  • Corrosion-resistant Nitron finish
  • Ambidextrous safety for easier operation
  • Rubber finger groove grip offers a secure hold
  • Micro-compact size allows easy concealed carry
  • SIGLITE night sights provide precise aim in low-light
  • Hard-coat anodized frame offers lightweight strength and durability
  • UPC: 798681443352
  • Model #: 938-9-BRG-AMBI
  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Trigger Action: SAO
  • Size: Micro-compact
  • Magazine Capacity: 7
  • Approximate Weight: 16 oz.
  • Width: 1.1. in.
  • Height: 3.9 in.
  • Sight Radius: 4 in.
  • Barrel Length: 3 in.
  • Overall Length: 5.9 in.
  • Sights: SIGLITE
  • Slide Finish: Nitron
  • Frame Material: Alloy
  • Grip Type: Black rubber
  • Barrel Material: Carbon steel
  • Slide Material: Stainless steel
  • Trigger Type: Standard curved
  • Magazine: (1) 7-round steel mag
  • Frame Finish: Hard coat anodized

Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
At Long Last, I’ve Found My EDC.
I’ve owned everything from CZ, Walther and Beretta to Colt and S&W and by far, this is the best CCW option I’ve found among all those other brands and their CCW offerings. It’s so concealable, I actually run it 90% of the time with an Urban Carry lockleather OWB holster (I can’t stand having to wear pants two sizes too large to accommodate IWB, not when I have an alternative this good. I replaced the plastic trigger with a Tillamook Precision steel trigger (3 lb. pull and a 1/10”reset), I replaced the ambi safety with a left hand only from the P238, replaced the mag release spring (had a tendency to drop mags while shooting until I heavied up the spring…a 90 second, $5 fix) and I installed an M-Carbo spring kit. I made it my own and it is a beauty. Indeed, field stripping is a challenge…but a lot of it, and a lot of the challenges replacing components, comes from the fact that the fit an finish on this gun and the tolerances are mind bogglingly good. Can’t recommend this weapon enough. I did have issues with the ambi safety accidentally knocking it to “fire” but I fixed that with the safety lever swtich. If you don’t do that, I suggeast NOT carrying cocked and locked because you may not be locked (happend to me twice, thankfully with no NDC. Even with it converted, I still can’t bring myself to carry cocked and locked, but I train with it in this carry condition and am plenty satisfied with my ability to run it effectively. Don’t walk, run to purchase a P938 for EDC.
May 30, 2021
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Rated 5 out of 5
Everyday Carry
I have carried this nearly everyday for three years. It's a comfortable concealable ISW carry size. I used to carry .380 but I feel I am better prepared carrying the 9mm now. For a short radius pistol, it shoots rather well, better than expected actually. Out of the box, I was experiencing reliability issues on feed - using 115g defensive ammo. After cycling thru a variety of loads I found it likes 124g defensive rounds. I have yet to experience a failure with my current ammo after 250 rounds of break in. It's preference for 124g may be associated with the particular springs, short barrel, twist rate, or my personal shooting habits. In my experience, short barreled guns are more partial to specific loads. Mine happens to like 124g Round Nose Hollow Point Personal Defense loads. In terms of accuracy, I'd prefer to use the term repeatable. It doesn't hit the point of aim but it does hit in a consistent location in relation to the point of aim. The root cause may be the higher velocity associated with defense-grade ammo out of the short barrel. The key is consistency and that only comes from a well made handgun, especially a micro.
November 28, 2020
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Rated 1 out of 5
10-15 Failure Rate
I have had this gun for 3 years. Sent it back to SIG 4 months after purchase 10-15% of rounds DO NOT fire. SIG replaced: Firing pin, Main Spring, Seir Spring, Mag. Still a 10% failure rate. Tried 3 kinds of amo. NOT a warm & fuzzy for conceal carry sending it back again....
September 21, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Outstanding concealed carry.
The 1911 design, reliability and quality of manufacture is second to none. Only thing I've replaced is the recoil spring when needed. I have over 4,400 rounds thru mine as I not only drill with it often but use it in competitive BUG matches. That's "back up gun".
July 9, 2020
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Rated 1 out of 5
purchased used , have attempted to fire the p938 several times + failed , then disassembled/cleaned/lubed , researched , reached out to sig sauer and at this moment have a very expensive paper weight , I,m very disappointed :-(
March 9, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Fantastic Carry Gun
I purchased the P938 BRG primarily for my wife, prior to a year long deployment. Out of nearly a dozen pistols, she chose the P938 BRG for its comfort, fit and finish. Despite being uncomfortable with firearms she grew to love this pistol and, with only a month of practice, passed the concealed carry shooting test with a score of 236 out of 250 possible points. This pistol is easy to carry, conceal, operate and shoot. Despite the small size, I can easily score hits in the vital zone of a man sized target at 25 meters. With nearly 1,000 rounds in the pistol now we have had only two malfunctions, both failures to eject that were directly attributable to cheap target ammo rather than any issue with the weapon. I highly recommend this pistol to anyone that wants a 1911 style carry pistol.
January 28, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
1911 lovers rejoice
Yes, can't take it down like a 1911. Yes, no interchangeable parts with a 1911...though I heard rumors about the barrel.

Best trigger? No
Best percieved recoil? No
Best in weight class for concealed carry? Again, no.

With the technology behind today's ammunition design, less than half the weight of a full size 1911, and built from the ground up to feel like a 1911, nothing can dominate this class better.
January 1, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect Concealed Carry Weapon
Where has this been all my life? This weapon is perfect for concealed carry. It is light enough that it doesn't pull your pants on the carry side and it is heavy enough that the recoil isn't a problem. What impresses me most about this weapon is its accuracy. I absolutely never expected this kind of accuracy from a handgun this small. The accuracy is the most
pleasant surprise of all. The BRG version in no way impacts the concealment of this weapon and in my opinion improves the feel in the hand greatly, particularly in wet weather or if your hands are sweaty. The P938 has become my standard go to carry weapon. I have purchased an ankle holster, belly band and belt holster to accommodate my needs. The weapon is light enough that it is a comfortable carry in an ankle holster as well. Great all purpose self defense weapon. Someone really had their thinking cap on when he/she designed this one.
December 16, 2019
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Rated 5 out of 5
love my buddy
Owned my BRG for about 2 years now.
Carry this every day with no problems
It is just right size to fit in my side pocket of my fishing vest
Had a holster made to carry in small of back and is very comfortable.
I had to teach myself to shoot it, because of the smaller size.
I like the extended magazine 7 shoot for better feel in hand and performance.
Only wish the legion version was available when I purchased mine and more holsters to choose from.
July 4, 2019
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Rated 5 out of 5
Sig P938 BRG
This is truly a great CCW pistol. Accurate as can be, with zero malfunctions, easy to conceal. With night sights standard, you can't ask for a better pistol.
May 3, 2019
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