Chris Whitworth: Great video guys. Had the same problem with 938 Equinox. Tried a tip that
solved this for me and would like to hear from you guys if you try this.
Keep your trigger finger as high up on the trigger as you can I mean ride
the frame as you pull the trigger. Let me know if you get any results if
not maybe it's just the extra range time I put in.
Tim Stephenson: I have a Sig P938 and have had no issues at all. I have put through 250
rounds so far with no malfunctions. Mine doesn't shoot low like that
either. I made a slight rear sight adjustment and the gun is very accurate
for its size.
MegaChubbyboy: Funny how the most expensive gun here, the Sig, had the worst groups and
the LC9 (cheapest of the 5) had the best groups.
CandRreviews: I agree with you....I think Sig should have lightened the trigger if it was
going to have a safety. It would have made it that much easier to shoot.
Thanks for commenting!
Jon A. Keary: It's a shooter problem. I have a 1911 .45 Kimber and I can bust baseballs
at 30-45' with it regularly. These small frame guns require a different
holding technique and an instructor at my range proved that to me today. He
put 5 different rounds in the pistol and shot an orange sized group at 30'
having never shot the gun before. I like mine fine and I probably bought it
because it is definitely a beauty and...best of all...I can see that
MrPONCHO467: much appreciation for the time and effort you guys put into your videos
.need ammo donations ?
Christopher Pratt: nice review guys!
CandRreviews: If you don't like it, don't watch. We do the best we can and your criticism
is not needed!
g p: I have an extreme on layaway until i sell my kahr cm9 can't wait to get
mine in hand
Tannim33: I have the sig p938, I noticed that all the other firearms you have used
had the finger extension where as the sig you shot didn't. I have shot
several of the "Tea cup" 9's (Tea cup meaning your pinky dangles under the
grip) I have always shot low with out the finger grip extension on my sig
but and dead on with it at 7 yards up to 17 yards. I would like to see your
testing with the x-grip 7 round mag, I'll wager your accuracy will improve
greatly on the first round.
sepitai: practice,practice, and practice some more. buy what fits your situation
best and practice. remember, it's not the man with a 100 guns you fear,
it's the man with one gun.
XD40Colorado: I shot my (brand new) P938 today for the first time....At first, yeah, I
sucked...All over the place. By the time I put 100 rounds through, I was
able to keep 3" groups at 10 yards. And I'm not a new shooter...wonder if
the first batch of Sigs had issues?
CharlyRomeo2009: To do accuracy test you need Ransom Rest .
gookmarathon: thanks for your information. i've been definitely considering the the p938
for a carry gun. i'll have to handle it before i make my decision though.
Jim Bailey: Yall are so cool. Thanks for the great video. :)
SNORATRat: Oh and those safety features you talk about on the Ruger LC9, very easy to
correct. Even the mile long trigger pull which is completely insane even
for a Conceal Carry weapon. My trigger is now just under half the stock
pull length with a little work to the trigger bar and hammer. Makes it a
much better weapon in my opinion.
Charles G: I had a lot of ejection failures with my 938 with different types of 115g
ammo. Sent it to Sig saying exactly that...they replaced the ejector, but
tested the gun with 124g ammo. When I got the gun back, it still has the
same problem. When I called Sig to ask about this they said they ONLY test
their 9mm guns with 124g ammo. Unsure if this means you should only use
124g ammo with sig 9mms
MrZonacat1: Thanks for my first view of the Sig 938. I will keep watching to see how
things go with it.
GunGuy5.7: nice vid i really enjoyed all the different pistols but the shield is what
MegaChubbyboy: Glock 26 and Ruger LC9 were the only two with all 6 rounds in the outer
ring...and I own them both.
Will Stephens: Man, I have been saving up for that Sig, now I have to rethink my choice.
Good vid guys.
Daniel Bucklin: Just so everyone knows, the newer P938's coming out have seemed to fix
these issues. I just bought one and I shot 100 rounds with zero
malfunctions and held a 1" group at 7 yards. At 25 yards it was in 10". It
is the best sub compact 9mm I have ever shot. However with the earlier
models they did have some issues but they seemed to be resolved.
Earl Chambers: you were flinching on the 938 dude
82hoghunter: Just ran across your vids. Absolutely awesome job guys. Really appreciate
your efforts. Nice shooting by both of you. Ryan just seems like a more
playful kinda guy. Ha ha!
RainmanE350: If I could have shot my LC9 that well, I'd still have it. On the other
hand, I shoot my Sig P238 much much better.
SNORATRat: Now my Sig was a totally different animal. At 16 feet I could cover all the
holes in the center of the target with the bottom of a pop can. Groupings
stayed fairly tight all the way out to 15 yards. I even cleared a couple
mags from more then 40 yards out and I could cover all the wholes with a
regular sized paper plate. That is pretty good considering the sights
completely covered the paper at that distance. Oh and all testing with both
pistols were win white box 115 FMJ
CandRreviews: The lc9 is a great gun but I am really not crazy about the trigger and the
ridiculous amount of safeties. The gun is very nice and the recoil is
manageable but if I was currently in the market i would go with a Kahr cm9
or a m&p shield if I wanted a safety. I was also recommend handling all of
them prior to purchase.
CandRreviews: Usually the range is so packed it is hard to call a range cold to do just
that. Plus I believe it usually 20 mins from the time of the last range
CandRreviews: the more I shoot it the more I love it!
mike212916: man you guys really need to go to the range and do these reviews without
other people shooting in the backround, it gets annoying trying to hear you
with shots in the background because i have to turn my volume up to hear
your voice, and down when it starts shooting.
thefranchise564: Just got my ccw permit and I realy like this video. Thanks for posting it.
Now that I have my ccw, im looking for a cheap handgun. Which one would you
recommend among these 4 pistols, price wise, reliability, and accuracy?
propdoctor21564: Good test but you could have put up a new target when changing shooters._
Greg Harness: Yup I bought one of these two weeks ago and you DEFINITELY have to use
higher grain ammo.
CandRreviews: Hickoks vid is entirely different. We are aiming at 3" circles while he is
shooting oblong objects. Plus he is compensating for the drop of the round
so he can hit his far targets. when he puts it on paper I will give a crap
what his results. 5, I repeat 5, different experienced shooters shot this
pistol and ALL experienced the same results. Could we have gotten a bad
938............plus I own the 238 with same trigger amd have no
CandRreviews: The 938 and the lc9 are the easiest to conceal due to size & weight.
CandRreviews: They are very similar in recoil and I don't notice a huge difference. They
are both very manageable considering their size. I apologize for getting
back to you so late.
Christopher Pratt: Nice review guys! By the way...the one guy at the end couldn't wait a total
of 9 minutes to hold off his shooting for the courtesy of your video? What
Jon A. Keary: I just got a P938 and mine was shooting left and low...not even hitting my
silhouette target. I had one of the instructors at the range shoot it and
he shot 5 into an orange sized group at 10 yards or so. He told me that my
gun hand should not grip very tightly and to allow my support (left) hand
provide the support. I went back in with a box of 50 Federal 115s and
although my groups weren't great most of them hit the chest of the target.
The gun is fine, it just requires a different grip.
Gogoreview: Hmm... Very interesting. I am going to experiment with the Glock 26 and Sig
P938 and see if I get similar pattern side by side. I usually don't shoot
2+ compact in one setting.
CandRreviews: When you post a video of you doing better, YOU can talk crap. 5 different
shooters shot this gun with the same results. This gun shot low. Did you
even watch the damn video? The evidence is right there! We own other Sig
pistols and know how to shoot them, and where to aim with them. They shoot
point of Impact rather than point of aim. We are tired of being compared to
Hickok45 because we do an entirely different type of testing. Also Hickok
does not shoot 230yds.
CandRreviews: Thanks for your support and best regards!
KillerCams101: Hey dudes, I love the vids but in the defense of the P938, I and everyone I
go to the range with shoot my P238 low. However, after extensive practice,
I now shoot the 238 extremely well. I believe it has a lot to do with the
fact that it is a mini 1911 and most expect the trigger to be like butter!
Unfortunately it is primarily for carry and so the trigger like most in
this category, sucks! I would keep trucking with the SIG! It is a great gun
once you get your trigger control down.
firefighterretired: I have tried watching your videos - work on back ground noise and Please
ONE person talk, not both at the same time and try and keep camera steady..
still usable info
Christopher Pratt: I own a 938 that drops the first shot asa well. IT's not just you guys. I
have heard it from others as well. There are more than just 6 experienced
shooters coming up with the same results. Thanks again for the great
reviews guys. You are doing a great service.
dashhboardtakethat: great video. keep doing side by side multi gun reviews like this.
tacticalkimchi: Great review video, thanks! From what I watched, I would definitely choose
the Shield over the P938.
Jon Boivin: I was going to get the Kahr PM-9 but the top of the trigger has a sharp
edge that I could feel with my fat fingers. The Ruger LC-9 was more
comfortable for me. I bought the Ruger LC-9. I am still getting used to the
long trigger pull. Nice carry gun though.
johnnieace45: Gosh, I am thinking about getting rid of my Equinox P238 and picking up one
of those M&P Sheilds
CandRreviews: That is impossible. It is a private range but there are over a 1000
members. We do these videos as a hobby. Ryan & I cannot sit at the range
all day and wait for people to leave.
titaniummd: I don't have issues with a first shot of any of my Sig Sauers (P220, P238
or 522). Your 2nd and 3rd shots were perfect. These pocket pistols have
quite small grips and require some work to get the accuracy that you need.
I'm so glad guys so a comparison. Those are the hottest 9mm pistols
selling, right now. I'm subscribing to you guys.
Sig P938 vs M&P Shield vs LC9 vs Glock 26 vs CW9 Accuracy Test4.5
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