Hey everyone, After waiting 9 days for my background check to finally go through (Colorado uses the CBI) I was able to finally pick up my new Sig Sauer 938 today and get it out to the local National Forest land. The model I purchased is not listed on their website and has a stainless steel slide with the nitron coated aluminium frame and stainless controls. It came with the Hogue aluminium grips as well which are very thin, much to my liking. It was made on the 16th of October 2012 according to the box. This little pistol holds 6 rounds of 9mm in the standard mag and 7 in the extended mag. It can be used with +p ammo, although Sig recommends changing out the recoil spring more frequently if it is used often. The fit and finish of this pistol is very good, and overall I am impressed with my first Sig. The trigger is a little heavier at roughly 7 lbs, but short and crisp. Today I shot: 100 rounds of WWB 115gr 50 rounds of CCI blazer 115gr 50 rounds of Hornady Critical Duty 135 gr 25 rounds of Federal HST +p 147gr The little gun had 0 malfunctions of any kind, and threw the brass a good 15 ft to the right and slightly behind me. It is definitely a little snappy, but I was fine shooting 225 rounds with mechanix gloves on as it was pretty cold out today. The felt recoil is definitely less than my S&W 642 with standard pressure loads. Overall I am very happy with it and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a small single stack 9mm. I love 1911's and the similar design of this gun really appealed to me. I didn't get a chance to get it on paper, but at roughly 25 yards I could hit pop cans as often as I missed them, and I am by no means a great shot. Now for the pics. Sorry for the cell phone quality, but if you click on them, and then on the tiny + in the upper left corner they can be enlarged. This gun is smaller than my 642 by a good deal. Standard mag. Extended pinky mag. The front strap checkering is very good and helps the gun stick under recoil. Factory night sights.