The Sig Sauer P938-22 Rosewood offers all the features of its larger-caliber brothers, but chambered in the common .22LR cartridge—allowing for less expensive practice and increased fun as a “plinking” gun.
With a 10-round magazine, the Rosewood features SIGLITE night sights, rosewood grips and a durable Nitron finish.
Current P938 owners can purchase the conversion kit, which contains a Nitron finished slide, 3.3-inch rimfire barrel and 10-round magazine. A 4.1-inch “Long Slide” conversion features adjustable contrast sights and an increased sight radius.
With the popularity of the P938 as a concealed carry pistol, the P938-22 allows the operator to practice with the less expensive .22LR rimfire round, and the reduced report and recoil makes it a great option for new shooters.
See more at http://sigsauer.com/.
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