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    Default Sig P365

    I am thinking of getting a Sig P365. What are your experiences?

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    Default Re: Sig P365

    I like it better than the Glock 43 it replaced. I shoot it a little better. It's for all purposes, the same size and 2 more bullets. The night sights are good. I haven't had a single problem with a few thousand rounds of various ammo (ball and sd).

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    I love mine. Zero failures, super easy to carry IWB or pocket, great trigger. I have small hands and the skinny grip fits me very well. I also shoot it extremely well.
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    I like mine, small and light, but my large hands still get a nice grip. Carried a G26 for years before this. G29 before that. Shot it about 400 times Tiny bit less accurate then G26 but still about 4 inches at 15 yards. Wish I had waited for the SAS model but the nightsights that come on it are decent.

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    Default Re: Sig P365

    Quote Originally Posted by Edg View Post
    I like mine, small and light, but my large hands still get a nice grip. Carried a G26 for years before this. G29 before that. Shot it about 400 times Tiny bit less accurate then G26 but still about 4 inches at 15 yards. Wish I had waited for the SAS model but the nightsights that come on it are decent.
    I was excited about the SAS too until I got my hands on it and then saw why so many 365 lovers do not like it at all. It's all sorts of funky when you try and get a sight picture the absence of a slide lock is kind of silly and there are a lot of reports of them coming from the factory with the sights way off and since you cannot adjust them your screwed.

    Ultimately I went with the new Glock 43x over all the sig options including the XL which I thought was the best of the P365 bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityOfSteel View Post
    I am thinking of getting a Sig P365. What are your experiences?
    There are a couple of threads and lots of posts, try the search function. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CityOfSteel View Post
    I am thinking of getting a Sig P365. What are your experiences?
    I rented and shot the 365 and 365 XL, decent guns but nothing that I really wanted to buy. If you have not shot the 365, Keystone Shooting Center has one for rent, they also have the P365 XL for rent. (I would call before heading out though, sometimes guns on the rental wall get changed out...)

    Good luck on your decision.
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    My P365 has been reliable and is my EDC. It is more accurate than I can shoot.
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    Default Re: Sig P365

    Switched from my G43 to it. I just shoot it better, and a couple extra rounds never hurt either!

    A&S has one for rent as well, along with the G43, Shield, and others oat sizzle, no SAS rental though.

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    I have one and I love it! Very easy and comfortable to conceal. It shoots great for a little gun! No complaints.

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