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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Assuming HK is never going to get into this market, I'm intrigued. But, not standard rail? Why, Sig, do you have to be like that?


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    Good looking gun but as everyone is asking; is it reliable and is it drop safe? These questions really show how Sig Sauer’s reputation got tarnished because of their various guns that took a flop, not to mentioned their past practice of making modular guns without providing any modular parts. I predict that if this is successful they will come out with a large version that might be sold as the SIG p230 A1 model. In other words your Sig p320s might already be obsolete

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    Quote Originally Posted by American1776 View Post
    Does it fire when its dropped on the ground?
    Someone needs to beat on it with a big hammer to see if it fires.

    Too bad I just bought a P226 MK25. It's almost as concealable well, no it's not.

    What the heck would you need a laser for on a belly gun? These compacts aren't for shooting targets at 25 yards they're for backing off attackers at 5-10 feet. They make a Laser for my Nano because the sights fall off if you don't blue Loctite them using a 1.5mm hex wrench.


    Last edited by JenniferG; January 9th, 2018 at 07:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gghbi View Post
    Maybe it is too small to accomodate a standard rail?

    Yeah that could be.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tacgunner View Post
    How many people actually use the rail on such a small pistol? Personally, I find the rails useless on small carry pistols. Larger, "house pistols", it has merit for a light/laser. Anyone want to do a poll on this?

    I know I don't. I was just thinking it was another way for Sig to force you to buy only their products. EG my MCX was supposed to be compatible with AR parts, and then it wasn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Someone needs to beat on it with a big hammer to see if it fires.

    Too bad I just bought a P226 MK25. It's almost as concealable well, no it's not.

    What the heck would you need a laser for on a belly gun? These compacts aren't for shooting targets at 25 yards they're for backing off attackers at 5-10 feet. They make a Laser for my Nano because the sights fall off if you don't blue Loctite them using a 1.5mm hex wrench.
    I suspect they put rails on certain guns for appearance. In other words to give it the tacticool look. However sights shouldn't be falling off guns. If it is a problem the manufacturer should repair the issue rather than put a laser on it to compensate. I guess one could say Beretta lost sight of that problem and so did the owners of their Nano.

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    I like Sigs but I am thinking Meh....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    What the heck would you need a laser for on a belly gun? These compacts aren't for shooting targets at 25 yards they're for backing off attackers at 5-10 feet. They make a Laser for my Nano because the sights fall off if you don't blue Loctite them using a 1.5mm hex wrench.
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    Seems like Sig finally figured out that something had to be done about carppy triggers on tupperware guns.

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    Pretty good review on Soldier Systems http://soldiersystems.net/2018/01/08...ig-sauer-p365/

    And this article shows the additional drop testing that was done on the model... Looks like they learned their lesson with the P320! https://www.concealedcarry-ccw.com/F...IG-SAUER-P365/

    I love my P320. I may be tempted to trade in my G43 for one of these.
    Last edited by Karlos; January 9th, 2018 at 05:47 PM.

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