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Sooooo....when you look at the Soldier Systems article...on that picture with the P365 overlaid on the silhouettes of its competitors, it sure as hell looks like there's a low profile safety lever on the back end of it.

All the other pictures show two levers on the left side - a slide lock and a takedown lever. The only one that shows this mystery third lever (which I'm presuming is a manual safety option) is the overlay, but nothing in the literature.

I'm not terribly surprised they'd offer this as an option, considering one of their leading competitors (M&P Shield) comes with or without safety.

Then again, maybe just a photoshop whoopsie? But that doesn't look like the safety from the other designs listed...?


I know I am in the minority, but I would prefer a manual safety like on my P320's


Provided it's ambi, wholeheartedly concur.


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I know I am in the minority, but I would prefer a manual safety like on my P320's


Can't argue with that.
 
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I noticed reading an on-line article from either Guns Magazine or Guns & Ammo about the new 365, that the lock-work/chasis in the P365 can be removed from the polymer frame like the P320 series pistols.


Do those articles state it's removeable? I haven't read those, the ones I have read state it just looks like it's removeable.
 
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I noticed reading an on-line article from either Guns Magazine or Guns & Ammo about the new 365, that the lock-work/chasis in the P365 can be removed from the polymer frame like the P320 series pistols.


Do those articles state it's removeable? I haven't read those, the ones I have read state it just looks like it's removeable.


Phelen, that's an interesting question. I will try to re-read the info and see what I can find out.
 
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We got in some Sig 365 promo info yesterday at the shop I work part time in.

Included was an actual size cardboard cut out and some actual size photos. The Sig 365 is about as thin as a PPS. And about the size, overall, of my beloved CS9. And it is +P rated.

I now see myself owning one. Loaded with Ranger 127 grain +P. My new gun for when I cant have a gun. Regards 18DAI




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A lot of comparisons to the G43. I would like to see it next to a G26. I was about to get a G26 but may wait to see how this pans out.


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Per the article above ^^^

"The chassis/fire control unit is also serialized and removable, just like the P320."

I have to say, this has my interest.
As much as it's a XDs/Shield (which I own and rarely carry except during summer in short & t-shirt), the increased capacity, factory NS, grip cuts, etc. does get attention.

I'll be interested to see how it feels in the hand and how it shoots compared to it's competitors.


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Thanks, Snake. You saved me from re-reading the article.
It's what I thought I read.

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Found this somewhere else. Somewhat useful for size comparison:

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I'm on the waiting list for one from the Pro Shop. SIG built 45 of them yesterday, some minor bugs to work out. Production will be ramped up right after Shot Show.


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I'd skip the first few production runs. Maybe 6 months to a year down the line I'd pick one up.
 
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Looking at those pictures, I'm almost afraid the grip will be too thin right behind the trigger.


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I'd be very interested in trying one of these out.




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I'm not sure if I missed it gong through the pages on this subject or the Sig website but...what is the trigger pull weight?

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I occasionally carry a Kahr when I can't carry anything larger. The one issue I have is their magazines. Top round of my spare mag usually ends up in the mag holder in my pocket after a day. The 365 may replace my Kahrs if their mags are any more reliable than the Kahr single stack.

Offtopic but FYI, Lakeline LLC makes a metal follower which resolves this issue. It's pricey at $20, but you only need 1 or 2. It works very well.


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I'm not sure if I missed it gong through the pages on this subject or the Sig website but...what is the trigger pull weight?

Thanks in advance


one article said in the 5 lb range

"Trigger pull weight is estimated to be in the low 5-pound range with a short, positive reset and a trigger shoe design similar to the P320"

which I believe is around the standard Glock range...

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I occasionally carry a Kahr when I can't carry anything larger. The one issue I have is their magazines. Top round of my spare mag usually ends up in the mag holder in my pocket after a day. The 365 may replace my Kahrs if their mags are any more reliable than the Kahr single stack.

Offtopic but FYI, Lakeline LLC makes a metal follower which resolves this issue. It's pricey at $20, but you only need 1 or 2. It works very well.


Thanks for posting this. It might resolve my biggest complaint with the Kahr magazines.



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Does anyone know if the striker is fully cocked (SA) or only partially cocked (DA) by the slides movement?
 
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The single stack nines that sell for under $300 will sell just because their cheap but the sales of the others, the G43 in particular could really suffer if the 365 is priced in the same neighborhood. Even if you're a die hard glock fan it would be hard to not choose 4 more rounds in the same size.


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