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Got to check one out today. Very cool gun and sights.


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Posts: 5550 | Location: Montana  | Registered: May 13, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Saw one of these at the LGS. A few of the patrons had somewhat of a time dropping the slide with the empty mag inserted. Slide stop was really flush.


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Posts: 11921 | Location: VIrtual | Registered: November 13, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by T.Webb:
After my 3rd range trip, a couple of observations ...

1) I'm not such a fan of the single rear fiber optic sight system. Bringing the gun up, I found I wasn't able to pick up the sight as quickly as I usually do with more normal sights. Over time, I may like the sights more after getting used to them.

2) The slide lock/release is rather useless. Why did Sig even bother to put it on?

3) I personally didn't notice any muzzle flash from the porting.

All shooting was done with 115 grain ball ammo.


Did you notice a softer recoil with the ported barrel
 
Posts: 177 | Registered: February 15, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by T.Webb:
After my 3rd range trip, a couple of observations ...

1) I'm not such a fan of the single rear fiber optic sight system. Bringing the gun up, I found I wasn't able to pick up the sight as quickly as I usually do with more normal sights. Over time, I may like the sights more after getting used to them.

2) The slide lock/release is rather useless. Why did Sig even bother to put it on?

3) I personally didn't notice any muzzle flash from the porting.

All shooting was done with 115 grain ball ammo.


Did you notice a softer recoil with the ported barrel


Can't say that I did.


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Posts: 585 | Location: Long Island, N.Y. / Stephentown, N.Y. | Registered: March 20, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I picked one up yesterday. Does anyone know, offhand or officially, if these will fit the standard P365 holsters? Or am I going to be waiting for holsters specific to the P365 SAS?

Thanks.

Can't wait to shoot it.


Fits fine in my Don Hume and Bear Creek pocket holsters.

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Perfect fit in my Milt Sparks Criterion built for the standard P365.
 
Posts: 14 | Location: Phoenix | Registered: February 23, 2019Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Finally got a P365SAS. I have to say that I was a skeptic, but now I’m a believer. First off, I’ve now fired a little more than 300 rounds of various types ammunition through it and it functioned perfectly. It’s definitely not a target pistol, but it should be good for it’s intended purpose. I also have the standard P365 and when fired side by side, I would say that the claim of about a 30 percent reduction in felt recoil, is fairly accurate. I’m including a couple pictures, one of the barrel and another of today’s target. It’s interesting that there’s a ring inside the barrel at the same place the ports are. I would think that, that would make it a little less accurate, because of how close it is to the muzzle. It doesn’t seem to hurt the accuracy though. Most of the shots on the target we’re fired at 15 and 25 yards. The headshots were from the 15 yard line. I think 15 is about the limit for those, although with the standard P365 headshots at 25 are no problem. Most of the torso shots are from the 25. https://share.icloud.com/photo...sMYn7P1EKEEULQRMsfrg
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I find the new Sig sights to be lacking in low light and dark conditions. Basically a point and shoot weapon. I love the standard 365, and XL, but this one, not so much. Will probably sell it.
 
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I was taken in. The cool factor was too much to resist. This should be James Bond’s next personal weapon. Or Jamie Bond as the case may be. I only have about 50 rounds down range, but so far so good. I am disappointed in the low light and dark capabilities, but what sold me is that in good light, I can use it without glasses.
It is not a target pistol, but more than adequate for its intended purpose.
 
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Picked mine up Monday. Not sure how I feel about the sight. I love it one sec and hate it the other. I have yet to fire it.

A thought crossed my mind though. I wonder if the Romero 0 will fit in the rear sight groove?
 
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