So I picked up a new Sig P938 from Oregon Arms and Ammunition (great shop and I am in NO way affiliated). My intentions are to make it my EDC. I looked at a Glock 42 but it was just too small for my hands and finding .380 is next to impossible. So enter the P938. Stainless slide. Tritium night sights. It had the aluminum panel grips and I quickly swapped them for the wrap around rubber ones. I bought it, took it out the next day straight out of the box and fired 100 flawless rounds through it. Everything from Winchester white box to Hornady Critical Defense. It ran all 100 perfectly. I was shooting from 7 meters at an 8" x 3/8" AP rated steel plate. I hit the plate every round and couldn't be happier with my EDC choice. The extended mag is a MUST for my large hands but I shot the standard flush mount mag with ease as well. As far as cleaning, I've read many that state its a chore and honestly the first time I took it apart it was a PITA to reassemble. The spring it tough to seat properly with the guide rod. But after about 10 times, I have got it down and its actually pretty easy to get it back together. Is it as easy as a Glock? No. But I can do it quite quickly now. I would recommend this gun to anyone looking for an EDC that pretty much won't print at all. The early versions had issues but mine has a born date of 12/30/13 which is well past the time that Sig fixed the issues. They originally used many of the same parts from the P238 and it became apparent that the 9mm round was too strong for .380 components. Problem was fixed late 2012 or early 2013.