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    Default Re: Sig p365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    I ended up buying one at Gander Outdoors today. They had a Labor Day sale with 20% off any one product. Also, they were offering a $50 gift card with the purchase of the P365 (not the newer one with the manual safety). I signed up for their club, which I got the money reimbursed somehow, and will be receiving a $10 coupon in the mail. So, I got the pistol, a box of Hornady .223 ammo, a box of Sig self defense ammo, a $50 gift card, and a $10 coupon for $457 out the door.

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    Nice, that is a sweet deal. I may need to get a backup p365 just because.

    You might want to use the $50 gift card to pick up a 12 round magazine.

    Enjoy, I hope you like yours as much as I like mine.
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    Default Re: Sig p365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    I ended up buying one at Gander Outdoors today. They had a Labor Day sale with 20% off any one product. Also, they were offering a $50 gift card with the purchase of the P365 (not the newer one with the manual safety). I signed up for their club, which I got the money reimbursed somehow, and will be receiving a $10 coupon in the mail. So, I got the pistol, a box of Hornady .223 ammo, a box of Sig self defense ammo, a $50 gift card, and a $10 coupon for $457 out the door.

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    Damn good deal!

    Buy hi cap mags while you can. 15 rounders are available as well with a factory grip sleeve

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    Default Re: Sig p365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    I ended up buying one at Gander Outdoors today. They had a Labor Day sale with 20% off any one product. Also, they were offering a $50 gift card with the purchase of the P365 (not the newer one with the manual safety). I signed up for their club, which I got the money reimbursed somehow, and will be receiving a $10 coupon in the mail. So, I got the pistol, a box of Hornady .223 ammo, a box of Sig self defense ammo, a $50 gift card, and a $10 coupon for $457 out the door.

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    You got a great deal. Mine has been very reliable and I'm sure you will be pleased with it.
    Sticks and stones will break my bones but hollow points expand on impact.

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    Default Re: Sig p365 review

    Has anyone installed a flat face trigger ? Impressions ?

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    By impressions I mean experiences and input on the flat faced trigger.

    Not 50 videos of Rich Little.
    This is poofa after all.

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    Default Re: Sig p365 review

    I recently dry fired one at my LGS and noticed it went UNK instead of CLICK. I asked one of the counter persons if the sound was different and he said they go UNK now before I could finish the question. Don't know if this was to address the firing pin issues.

    The grip size was very similar to my PPS but obviously double vs. single stack.

    Something to consider as a secondary EDC as my PPS ended up in the recall leaving me high and dry in something that sized. (Though I'm still thinking a 2nd PPS.)

    I really need to rent a P365 and try it on for size.

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    MarkS20

    If youd want to meet at french creek sometime your welcome to put some rounds down range with mine.

    It truly is a pleasure to shoot, something rarely if ever said from something that size in 9mm.

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    Default Re: Sig p365 review

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkS20 View Post
    I recently dry fired one at my LGS and noticed it went UNK instead of CLICK.
    Noticed the same thing when I dry-fired one. Had no idea they changed the trigger on the new ones.

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