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    Default New Sig P365

    New Sig Micro Sub Compact High Capacity Striker Fired 9mm.

    Introducing the game changing P365 High-Capacity Micro-Compact. The revolutionary new concealed carry pistol that gives you more capacity, more concealability and more capability. Itís the one gun you can carry every day of the year.

    https://www.sigsauer.com/products/fi.../pistols/p365/

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    Of course I just bought the 938. But I wanted a micro with a safety to put in my camelback when mountain biking, so I am not too upset.

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    I'm really interested in this. I wonder though will it be a jam-o-matic? Sounds too good to be true?
    http://forum.pafoa.org/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=22341&dateline=139092  6582

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    I would be interested in this too. I'll wait and let others work out the bugs. I still haven't sent my P320s in for the drop fix yet.

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    Looks interesting...........but if they put that 10 round magazine in a 938 it would be a showstopper.

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    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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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    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?

    Well you did hear him say so you can buy THEIR light/lazer attachments instead of the ones you want, already have and trust.

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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?
    Maybe it is too small to accomodate a standard rail?
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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    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?

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    Default Re: New Sig P365

    Does it fire when its dropped on the ground?

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