I've never really been a fan of SIG's products, but I have met Bruce Gray a couple of times.
I bought a P938 a few months ago, and, while I have only 350 rounds through it, there have been no issues of any kind.
Virtually all of the shooting that I do today is practical competition, so I'll probably be taking most interest in competition-related discussions.
In that sense, I hope that my background as competitor and match official in IDPA and USPSA is worthwhile, and hope to learn from the SIG fans.
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Welcome to the forum from Georgia.
My other Sig is a Steyr...
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Welcome from NE Ohio. Enjoy this place.
Have you shot your P938 in IDPA BUG yet?
I've shot one IDPA match in BUG division, and have been building up the round count shooting a locally-grown introductory shooting sport called Action Shooting International.
Elements of IDPA, USPSA, and GSSF; four stages, fifty rounds, three hours.
I'll be shooting BUG again, this weekend, getting up to speed for our sanctioned match in August.
Coincidentally, I noticed a lot of SIG P-series pistols at the ASI matches, when I rarely have ever seen them in IDPA or USPSA. I think the ASI shooters are more influenced by what law enforcement and military are using, rather than the guys winning national championships.
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