Gun Report

SIG Sauer P938 Emperor Scorpion 9mm Luger

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
With large sights, a relatively crisp trigger and toothy grips, this pistol was easy to shoot and control.

SIG Sauer P938 Emperor Scorpion 9mm Luger

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Back Strap Height
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Barrel Material
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Trigger Span Single

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Without the finger-rest floorplate which allows the pinkie finger to come off the gun, the SIG was harder to handle, as are any small 9mms with a short grip.
The beavertail offers protection against hammer bite, which none of our testers experienced.
We liked the checkered front gripstrap, since it provided a solid hold even when shooting with speed.

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