The SIG Sauer P938 micro compact, concealed carry pistol is now available with SIG-Anti-Snag (SAS) technology. The P938 is a 9mm is a 9mm, single action only (SAO), hammer fired handgun with ambidextrous 1911-style thumb safety. The SAS technology, on the other hand, removes all the snag points for a seamless draw, featuring an integrated, flush-mounted fiber-tritium Bullseye night sight mounted directly into the slide which is intuitive, and easy for the untrained eye to pick-up for fast target acquisition. Combining the two, the P938 SAS is the result.
“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. The SIG P938 is a very popular micro-compact pistol, so the addition of the SAS technology was a natural fit for this platform,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales.
SIG Sauer P938 SAS in video
The 9mm SIG Sauer P938 SAS has undergone “a radical dehorning process resulting in an ultra smooth, snag free profile that's ideal for concealed carry”. According to the manufacturer, “the P938 handle like a much larger pistol, yet is still easy to carry concealed”. Dimensions are just slightly larger than its .380ACP counterpart, while magazine capacity is seven plus one rounds. Barrel is carbon steel, while slide is stainless steel with a Nitron finish. Grips are black rubber. The new P938 SAS ships with one 7-round magazine.
SIG Sauer P938 SAS specs