Don Russell: u need to quit letting your left hand fly open with each shot. 5 shots in
ONE second is ok, 5 shots in5 seconds is very slowfire, like at a 50 yd
torso,even with a little pocket 9. sheesh
PocketGunsandGear: I don't hate my 938, I just wish it would work with whatever practice ammo
I happen to have on hand at the moment. I will give Sig another shot at
updating it. Actually, I think I will call them today.
Joseph Simeone: * Glad to see your # of views on the rise. You do nice work with the
ballistic testing. I recommend you to everyone I talk shop with.
Timmy Tim: Seems the they are both equally accurate and fire te same velocity.. Which
do u think is more capable o follow up shots? Which is more concealable?
PocketGunsandGear: There are a few that are off limits due to poor factory crimping that
allows the bullet to pull out of the case when it is extracted from the
magazine. There is a running list of ammo to avoid on the Boberg Forum.
I've never had an issue with bullet/case separation by sticking to the
approved ammo list. Plenty of cheap and spendy ammo options are approved.
PocketGunsandGear: You would do equally well with either with some practice. Two totally
different trigger systems, but both can be easily mastered.
mangosnapper35: I hated my 938 for the first 100 rounds. Listening to all the haters was
hurting my opinion as well. Now that I have over 500 rounds through it I
can honestly say it is a completely different gun that I am more than
thrilled with. The trigger is now down to around 6 lbs which is perfect and
it will now eat any ammo I put in it with less virtually zero FTE or other
issues over the last 200 rounds. Sig, like many others build firearms with
extremely tight tolerences that need be fired for breakin.
PocketGunsandGear: Mine only runs on premium ammo. My DB9 only runs on Rem 115 JHP. I've never
worked with a Solo, but I've heard they are also ammo fussy. Personally, if
every other gun you carry is striker fired (Kahr, Diamondback, etc) it's
stupid to carry a SA as your backup. My plan was Officer's model and the
938 when I couldn't hide the Officer's model. At least they would share the
same trigger system. Boberg has kind of ruined that plan for me. It has
accuracy, power, and capacity.
Joseph Simeone: I went with the Kahr cm9 over the Nano, mostly of all the great press the
cm gets. I also owned a mk 9 ten years ago or so, my Mk 9 ran flawless. I
only sold it because the weight was extreme for such a small gun. I would
like to know how you think the Nano 9mm stacks up to the CM 9
Timmy Tim: Which has better follow up shots?
PocketGunsandGear: I'd pick the Kahr because it's been 100% problem free over 3 years. The Sig
may eventually get to that level.
PocketGunsandGear: I don't have a CM9, but I can give you a quick rundown on PM9 vs. Nano.
Kahr = Better sights and trigger. Beretta = Cheaper mags and night sight
upgrade. Better customer service. CM9 and Nano appear to be similar in
price so that's a push.
irwig05: Is the Boberg picky with ammo? I'm considering getting one after owning
several other small pocket 9's and always having to go back to my glock 26.
PocketGunsandGear: Thanks Joseph. I appreciate you spreading the word about the channel. The
more the channel grows, the more compelled I feel to keep creating new
content. Right now I'm inspired. =)
josh walker: Hey Bruce its KyWinFan (borrowing someone's profile!). I still SOOOO want a
P938 but I've been waiting for SIG them to work bugs out. I heard they
changed the trigger right away. I found an extreme with the lighter
trigger. Maybe use it for an iwb replacement for the DB9. Is the 938
noticeably thinner than the PM9? Also, is the 938 heading down the same
problematic fate as Diamondback DB9 and Kimber solo?
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