That's how you know you have brainless politicians passing laws out there. They'd rather have people carrying fmj ammo possibly injuring bystanders behind the target than do a simple 2 minutes of research lol.You can own them and use HPs at home, but they’re banned for carry outside the home.
Most accounts I've heard of the P938 and P238 have been positive. I'm sure there's something you can fix to become more accurate with the gun. This one isn't aimed at you specifically, but, seeing a few "The gun is accurate!" mentions in a few posts lately I always want to offer them the correction "I am accurate with the gun." Whether or not you want that to be your CCW is another story. I live in a state that doesn't have those kind of regulations.I'm hoping it's just me. I can work on that. My first thought was finger placement and grip. My groups were pretty tight and vertically on the mark. Just a bit to the left. At 10 yds shooting center mass I'm confident I could stop any threat. But if a head shot was needed I'm not at all confident. With my P226, definitely. But I need that kind of accuracy with this tiny new P938.
As I just recently picked up this little gem, I'm going to send it to SIG for the SIG Service Plan, which includes new night sights and a full tear-down/inspection. Worn parts will be replaced, everything cleaned and oiled, returned in factory fresh condition.
I'm not saying it's the best, but, these expand.Years back I had Glaser Safety Slugs in my 1911 Colt Commander. Initially I had the blue tips but moved to silver tips for a little more penetration. When I got my wife involved in home defense I transitioned to a Glock 23 in .40 S&W for higher capacity. My wife took to shooting the Glock like a fish to water. Both gratifying and frightening at the same time. If she ever goes full Karen on me I am well and truly screwed, and it's my own fault. She now has her own range gun, a Glock 48.
For HD now I'm using my new (to me) SIG P226 with .40 Hydro-Shok. I'd love to be able to carry with Hydro-Shok ammo but perhaps the Glaser silver tips in 9mm will have to suffice.
The 365 with magguts magazine spring is a 14+1 😉P365 is the answer to your CCW needs...
Compare the dimensions and specs of Sig Sauer P365 and Sig Sauer P938 Nitronwww.handgunhero.com
10+1 vs 7+1...
North Carolina is a shall issue state and it took about 95 days from application to approval and picking up my CCW. With NJ being new to the process I would imagine it could take a while. Especially with the state not being very enthusiastic about it.NJ here also.....
I qualified with my P365....
as far as the laws.... still being worked out
Yes.... you do have to list the firearms that you qualify with, but it is still unclear if that is the only firearm you can carry.....
Hollow Points are illegal - expect in the home and at the range ----- Critical Defense / Duty are OK in NJ's eyes..... this what I use also
It is to be seen if many people actually get the CCW permit.... I applied 5 weeks ago, and have heard nothing yet...... and I dont think I will for awhile
I misspoke in an earlier post apparently.I'm going to assume NJ still limits magazine capacity to 10 rounds.
But, do they prohibit you from carrying extra magazines?
I'm just curious. And I wouldn't be surprised to see a restriction come down the pipe soon, if one doesn't already exist.