I feel like my eyes trick me but they do look a little off yet if it is Its minimal. I can try shooting with my hand rested on a towel next time and see If that helps. I'm just concerned if that's what I have to do to hit anything accurately what am I going to do In a life or death situation. Lol aim for the make believe dude behind him? I understand it could be user error but it concerns me none the lessDo the sights look reasonably centered on the slide?
Sights can get moved if they aren't the tightest fit.
Try shooting it off a rest of some sort if the sights look centered.
If it is the gun and not user input and it has a #6 front sight a #8 is all there is these days for sizes.
Other than suppressor sights, 6 and 8 is it for front and rear unless you get Dawson to make you some.
Going from a 6 to an 8 will bring it up 2" at 25yds
I agree, as a 938 owner, it’s a tiny gun, very easy for excess lateral pressure or sloppy technique, or unequal grip pressure to impart a large amount of shift compared to intended POI. Having multiple people shoot the gun and experience the same problem doesn’t guarantee it is a sight issue.Sight #'s
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Low left shows up more in smaller guns and is not uncommon.
I'm betting that the sights are fine and a grip adjustment is in order.
I have to work harder with my 365 and 10 round mag to keep from doing that.
The XL grip fixed that for me but not an option for the 938.
I kinda sorta replied to what your saying If you look through here. I am a noob thats for sure but like I said I have not had issues with any other handguns I've shot. I'm guessing it's the fact this one is so small. I also was telling the other guys if anything it was pic 2 in the sig article I'm shooting like but I'm almost positive I was shooting like pictures three. Especially when I realized I wasn't hitting where I was aiming. I'm going to go to that ceracote dude Chad to have him make sure it's not my sights(killer ceracote in Cornelius). He's only gonna charge me 20 he said but I will check and see if it's my own error before during this next weekend/next Monday doing the "sandbag" method.1) You sound new to handgun shooting, so you could suck.
We all sucked at one time.
2) Your pistol is probably set up for Sight Image #2 as shown above.
3) P938 is a (very) small pistol and small pistols are harder to master as compared to full size.
4) Let an experienced pistol shooter try it.
5) With a new pistol, I immediately try it off of sandbags to see where it is shooting.
"Bench the gun"
What type of grip do you have on your 938 if you don't mine me askinf? The rubber or a other style? And have you had issues with your accuracy shooting it?I agree, as a 938 owner, it’s a tiny gun, very easy for excess lateral pressure or sloppy technique, or unequal grip pressure to impart a large amount of shift compared to intended POI. Having multiple people shoot the gun and experience the same problem doesn’t guarantee it is a sight issue.
I have the rubber grip. It’s the only ones worth using in my opinion.What type of grip do you have on your 938 if you don't mine me askinf? The rubber or a other style? And have you had issues with your accuracy shooting it?
Yeah I think I might need to invest in some rubber grips too. I really like how the ones that came with it look though but it's honestly not super comfortable. I was also messing with it after I got home from work and do think I might have been aiming incorrectly, not quite picture one from the sig diagram but still not how I should with this style. It also came with a crimson trace laser but at the range the other day it was wayyy to Brite to even see it. I still think ill cruise over to killer ceracote and have Chad take a look since it's only twenty bucks, maybe he can help me sight in the laser with a bore laser too which I would appreciate. I grabbed a iwb crossbreed holster that im going to be edc'ing from now on and want to make sure I can protect myself. Lol and not shoot everyone behind the enemy. (Partial joke)I have the rubber grip. It’s the only ones worth using in my opinion.
I grabbed my 938 upon reading this thread, just dry firing it, if I don’t observe very deliberate grip and trigger pull discipline I can easily pull the bullet low and left. It’s a relatively light and very small gun with a short barrel, the smallest error in handling will send the bullet off target.
I’ve never had accuracy problems with it that weren’t my own issue.
Is this a factory new gun? Those don’t look even (not that they have to be) but it’s not a good sign.