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So I keep hearing about this P365 and decided to go to the Sig web site and look at the options... I click not the first 365 option: P365 NITRON MICRO-COMPACT:

and there are three different model numbers and then I look for the difference... where is it?
 
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Standard model. Manual safety model. Massachusetts compliant manual safety model.


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Stainless frame material.


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I am not sure if the MA pistol is designed like a CA style pistol, in that it might have a chamber indicator on top of the slide or if it can't fire without a magazine in the frame.
 
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Originally posted by patw:
I am not sure if the MA pistol is designed like a CA style pistol, in that it might have a chamber indicator on top of the slide or if it can't fire without a magazine in the frame.


I'm in MA. All my Sigs came with a witness hole in the hood of the barrel to be the LCI. No mag safeties. Haven't looked at 365 though.


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I would highly encourage you to check out the 365 XL and those both the standard and XL before you decide which gun to purchase. I shot the XL version much better and don't be fooled by the "XL". It's still a highly concealable firearm.
 
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