I recently made the mistake of buying a 365 XL. Of the 2 magazines that came with the pistol, 1 failed immediately. I contacted SIG and told them about the problem and the tech I spoke to wanted me to modify the magazine in an effort to get it to work. I refused and he gave me attitude. I ordered another magazine from my dealer and I had the same failure with that mag immediately. My dealer has been fighting with SIG to get that mag replaced. I now have a pistol that I cannot qualify with nor will I carry a pistol without a reload. The bottom line is I have a useless and expensive paperweight.
Has anyone else had magazine problems with the 365XL?
What exactly is the "failure". You are describing nothing, except saying "failure"? Not just failure, but failure "immediately"? What happened immediately? The CSR told you to "modify" the mag? I find that hard to believe. But, if that truly happened, you should have taken his name and reported to his supervisor. These reps will never tell anyone to modify anything. The only thing they will tell you is one of the following. It's in specs / normal, or send it in to be looked at by one of our gunsmiths. Unless you are a SIG certified armorer, they simply don't tell you to tinker with the stuff, because that would void the warranty.
Welcome to the forum, btw.
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How did it "Fail"? What modification was suggested?
Place 1 round in magazine. Use LULA device to load remaining rounds.
I have not had any failures of any kind with my P365 or P365XL. I have only field-stripped, cleaned, and lubricated it as per the manual. I have not removed the FCU or otherwise futzed around with it.
Over the years, I have found that Operator Error caused 99% of any "problems" reported.
Interesting, this is the second "Junior Member" with one post who mentioned an issue with P365 magazines in the last day or so.
I guess it's certainly possible the base pad was installed incorrectly at some point.
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^^^ At least in that case we had some information - and I've messed up mag reliability by doing a sloppy job of reassembling them myself.
Again, what exactly is the failure that happened (twice) here?
Your post says exactly squat.
Before you waste more space whining about what didn't happen, why don't you just be open and say what did happen?
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