SIG Sauer P938-22

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posted on January 15, 2014
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SIG Sauer's single-action P938 9 mm has seen plenty of success since its introduction, and now SIG is offering its fans a chance to own that very same platform, but in .22LR.

The P938-22 Rosewood offers all the features of its larger-caliber brothers, but chambered in the common .22LR cartridge. With a 10-round magazine, the Rosewood features SIGLITE night sights, rosewood grips and a durable Nitron finish.

Owners of the standard P938, meanwhile, will be able to purchase one of two conversion uppers. The conversion kit contains a Nitron finished slide, 3.3" rimfire barrel and 10-round magazine. A 4.1" "long-slide" conversion features adjustable contrast sights and an increased sight radius.

Get a closer look at the P938-22 in the video embedded below.

For more information, go to SIGSauer.com.

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