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Thread: Sig P365

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    Default Re: Sig P365

    Mine is much more accurate with 115 gr bullets as opposed to 124 or 147, and eats +p but again, sacrifices accuracy. I'm referring to self defense training only, 7-10 yds in a combat stance. The 12 rd magazine is an incredible break thru for a gun this size.
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    Great gun imo if the size is right for you. I find it too small and although I love mine, I don't carry it due to it being so small and not as comfortable for me to draw and/or shoot. I have handled the 365 xl and like that much better. I will probably add that to the list to get at some point If size is ok for you though - I think it's a great edc choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzans View Post
    Great gun imo if the size is right for you. I find it too small and although I love mine, I don't carry it due to it being so small and not as comfortable for me to draw and/or shoot. I have handled the 365 xl and like that much better. I will probably add that to the list to get at some point If size is ok for you though - I think it's a great edc choice.

    Thatís how I felt about the G43 unless I carried it with +2 extensions. Went with the G43x recently same size as the G43 with a +2 and get 2 more rounds and a bit of a wider gripe that fills my medium to smallish hands perfectly without making any significant difference when carrying vs something like a G26.

    Out of all my time spent with the tiny 9ís Iíve found that smaller does not transfer to better in this caliber, especially with accuracy and handling while firing.
    Last edited by Hodgie; February 2nd, 2020 at 01:54 PM.

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    Default Re: Sig P365

    I just purchased one a few days ago. I had 40 failures to go into battery out of the first 50 shots fired. After i ripped it apart cleaned it and added milcom t-25 grease to the rails its been flawless the next 150 rounds.

    The trigger is amazing great break, great reset, is pleasant to shoot. I like it better then i thought i would. Once i found the hold point i was ringing a 3 inch plate at 35 yards pretty consistently.

    Buy one.

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    Default Re: Sig P365

    Guess I gotta be the bad guy here. P365 XL doesn't like to run dirty, not that you would keep it dirty. I don't know just how dirty yet, but it doesn't cycle properly if you don't clean it often. This is usually expected for obvious reasons, but I don't like it as a characteristic of a gun that I would carry for self defense. It feels really nice to fire though. I'd use it as my carry if I trusted it more.

    I only have experience with the XL variant of the P365, so it is based on that.

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