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My official CCW. Reliable with 12 round capacity and good accuracy. Who else carries one?
 
Posts: 98 | Location: Treasure Coast, Florida | Registered: June 10, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have 2 carry one everyday.
 
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I have one I carry.
 
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Several here. Have been through a defensive pistol course and several qualifications with mine. A tactical pistol course is scheduled for next month. The only issues I have experienced are those I induced. I had mine milled for the RMSc red dot, which does not make it any less concealable. These are the best CCW pistols I have carried. I am looking forward to picking up an XL.


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Carry one everyday. The one day that I didn't carry two weeks ago, the place got robbed at gun point. WTF!
 
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Carry one everyday. The one day that I didn't carry two weeks ago, the place got robbed at gun point. WTF!

Were you personally robbed, or "the place" got robbed? Interesting what if scenario. "What would I have done, if I had it on me that day".
 
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I've been carrying mine daily, for well over a year now.

Eleven rounds in the gun, fifteen more on my belt. Great little shooter!




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I have a standard P365 and it’s my standard off duty carry

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Carry one everyday. The one day that I didn't carry two weeks ago, the place got robbed at gun point. WTF!

Were you personally robbed, or "the place" got robbed? Interesting what if scenario. "What would I have done, if I had it on me that day".


I was two tables away by the door next to a wall in a corner. Three guys rushed in hooded sweatshirts masked. They went straight to the table in the middle of the place. One was armed . The other two were armed with tasers. The two patrons that sat at the middle table were tased , beaten, and had their pockets emptied out while the third bad guy with the gun had it pointed at one of the patrons. One of the patrons ended up with a broken arm.

Scenarios like these do occasionally flash through one's head. Deadly force, lives at stake. My Sig 365 would have been in the evidence locker room now.
 
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I love mine. At first I was worried about carrying a smaller gun than I am used to. But practice at the range, reliability, and accuracy convinced me that it should join my EDC rotation.


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The first range trip consisting of approx 150 flawless rounds in my 365 today.

Impressive accuracy @7 and @ 10 yards for such a small firearm.
 
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With over 1000 rounds of FMJ, JHP & LSWC reloads, my 365 is my daily carry piece. I doubt I've ever had as reliable a semi-auto pistol as this one straight out of the box. Hope yours works out as well for you. Pic is a typical 10 yd slow fire tgt. (I've since adjusted the rear sight for a centered group.) The 2nd one is my home-made carry OWB holster. Best regards, Rod




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With over 1000 rounds of FMJ, JHP & LSWC reloads, my 365 is my daily carry piece. I doubt I've ever had as reliable a semi-auto pistol as this one straight out of the box. Hope yours works out as well for you. Pic is a typical 10 yd slow fire tgt. (I've since adjusted the rear sight for a centered group.) The 2nd one is my home-made carry OWB holster. Best regards, Rod


Nice group.
Thank you for the well wishes.
My 365 is off to an auspicious start.
 
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Qual'd with mine today for off duty carry. Purchased the manual safety version. It is very transparent...that is, I hadn't put many rounds through it before the qual, and running the qual from AIWB with a cover garment, the pistol drew and pointed naturally and the safety was essentially a non-issue...which is something considering I've not had much prior training/qual'ing with a manual safety pistol.

No primer drag at all, no malfunctions of any kind, and the rear sight required only a slight drift but it shoots very naturally and comfortably for such a small pistol. Trigger is gritty but improving already. Can't really ask for more from a platform such as this.


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It's a great choice for CCW. Mine has become my favorite carry piece.


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Last month traded my trusty 938 for a 365. So far, could not be happier.
 
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Has eaten everything I put through it. My EDC also...love it
 
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I have a April 2018 P365. Love the size, capacity, shootability. However, had to send it back twice for a broken trigger spring and and a broken firing pin. Recently installed a Sig flat trigger but still need to take it to the range. So far, 733 rds fired but it is not my ccw as I need to regain confidence in it. My carry pistols are the G43 and G19.
 
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I have a April 2018 P365. Love the size, capacity, shootability. However, had to send it back twice for a broken trigger spring and and a broken firing pin. Recently installed a Sig flat trigger but still need to take it to the range. So far, 733 rds fired but it is not my ccw as I need to regain confidence in it. My carry pistols are the G43 and G19.


In your shoes, I would never have confidence back. Went through something similar with a Walter PPS a couple years ago.


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