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Red Team Carry

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The Rules
1. Always have an escape plan.
2. Be aware of your surroundings.
3. Assumptions are the mother of all screw-ups.
4. Always have a backup plan.
5. Never get caught.
6. Keep your mouth shut.
7. KISS: Keep it simple, stupid.
8. Simple and light equals freedom, agility and mobility.
9. Plan, execute and vanish.
10. You don't have to like it- you just have to do it.
11. Always invest in quality stuff.
12. Trust your gut.

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First rule of fight club...you do not talk about fight club.
Honestly I've never carried, fired or owned a more reliable mouse than the 938. It eat anything I feed it. Brass, aluminum, steel it eats it all without issues. I'm at about the 3k Rnd mark with it and it has had a single issue, no FTF or FTF (failure to feed , failure to fire) no jams or anything. Firearms are in my line of work and I view them as tools. They're no different than a hammer. So I use them like tools and I'm rough as hell on them. When we made the move to the 938 we fired 1000 rounds through our test gun without cleaning or lube. We took it out of the box and fired 1000 through it. It fired all 1000 without issue. That same pistol is the one pictured. I'm a 1911 whore, addict, lover etc... and I say that without shame. The 938 filled a hole for a poker 1911 in 9mm. Sure Colt Mustangs have been around since 83' but it was .380 not 9mm. The 938 hit it on the head. A quality pocket 9mm 1911 that is reliable as the day is long and accurate. Let's be honest here, the 938 isn't a sniper rifle. It was designed to put bullets on target from 25 yds - 0ft. I consistently put 8 shoshoat 25 yds in 8" target that's basically a man's head. It has great fit and finish and to carry it, it just melts away and is light as a feather where gun are concerned. I carry a Lima Lincoln Concepts Appendix IWB holster. I wear it all-day everyday without zero discomfort, hell I've fallen asleep with it on and woke up without issue. If you're looking for a small, comfortable, reliable 9mm you can't go wrong with a 938.

Sidebar; Yes Glock 43 are cheaper, but by the time you buy and install night sites and have a trigger job done that will void Glocks warranty you've spent the same money as a 938. Only you ended up with a much better weapon. Every test done by reliable sources such as The Truth About Guns back this up. I've owned just about every Glock and will say they go bang nearly all the time, but they are basic, cheap, entry level pistols. By the time you get one to a higher level you've spent $1500-$3000 on a Glock. Let's face it l, there are much better pistols out there than Glock in that price range.

In closing I will say what others have said. The Sig Sauer P938 is the best pocket 9mm on the market.
I've heard good thing about the Sig, how do you like it?
Honestly I've never carried, fired or owned a more reliable mouse than the 938. It eat anything I feed it. Brass, aluminum, steel it eats it all without issues. I'm at about the 3k Rnd mark with it and it has had a single issue, no FTF or FTF (failure to feed , failure to fire) no jams or anything. Firearms are in my line of work and I view them as tools. They're no different than a hammer. So I use them like tools and I'm rough as hell on them. When we made the move to the 938 we fired 1000 rounds through our test gun without cleaning or lube. We took it out of the box and fired 1000 through it. It fired all 1000 without issue. That same pistol is the one pictured. I'm a 1911 whore, addict, lover etc... and I say that without shame. The 938 filled a hole for a poker 1911 in 9mm. Sure Colt Mustangs have been around since 83' but it was .380 not 9mm. The 938 hit it on the head. A quality pocket 9mm 1911 that is reliable as the day is long and accurate. Let's be honest here, the 938 isn't a sniper rifle. It was designed to put bullets on target from 25 yds - 0ft. I consistently put 8 shoshoat 25 yds in 8" target that's basically a man's head. It has great fit and finish and to carry it, it just melts away and is light as a feather where gun are concerned. I carry a Lima Lincoln Concepts Appendix IWB holster. I wear it all-day everyday without zero discomfort, hell I've fallen asleep with it on and woke up without issue. If you're looking for a small, comfortable, reliable 9mm you can't go wrong with a 938.

Sidebar; Yes Glock 43 are cheaper, but by the time you buy and install night sites and have a trigger job done that will void Glocks warranty you've spent the same money as a 938. Only you ended up with a much better weapon. Every test done by reliable sources such as The Truth About Guns back this up. I've owned just about every Glock and will say they go bang nearly all the time, but they are basic, cheap, entry level pistols. By the time you get one to a higher level you've spent $1500-$3000 on a Glock. Let's face it l, there are much better pistols out there than Glock in that price range.

In closing I will say what others have said. The Sig Sauer P938 is the best pocket 9mm on the market.