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So how are you guys liking it?
 
Posts: 39987 | Registered: July 12, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Don't know yet....I just got home from my LGS....put one on layaway. I'll pick up next week...sure feels good in the hand....the mag with the pinky extension fits my medium hand perfectly. I really like the trigger....once I get home and lubed up....I'll have some range reports.


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Posts: 1476 | Location: owensboro, ky | Registered: December 01, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Just got one, haven't had a chance to shoot it. I like it thus far.

I did shot a P365 a few days ago, an liked it enough that I immediately paid for one to get on a waiting list.

I happened across another in a store yesterday and bought it.
 
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Still no text from my dealer.
 
Posts: 1398 | Registered: January 28, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I took mine to the range for the first time Sunday. 300 rounds without any failures (200 rounds of WWB 115gr, 50 rounds of federal 115gr, and 50 rounds of 135gr critical duty.)

Trigger is nice. POA is 6 o’clock. Definitely smaller than I expected.

My first 10 yard group unsupported



With some of my other carry guns to compare size



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Posts: 12777 | Location: Charlotte, NC | Registered: May 07, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I'm carrying it now. Sold my PPS M2 which I shot very well. The P365 I shoot even better. Inside 30 feet, I shoot it as well as anything I've ever carried. I keep the 12 round magazine in it and it's easy to carry IWB with that mag. I pick up my G26 and hold it side by side and shake my head. I won't get rid of my 26, but it won't be carried.


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Posts: 893 | Location: GA | Registered: February 04, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I am impressed so far. Only 100 rounds down the pipe but no issues. Great sights, great trigger, and the felt recoil is not bad for gun this size. I keep thinking how cool it is to have 10 rounds in the mag. I have a 12 rounder on order also. Smile


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I have over 200 rounds through mine and not one single problem. The pistol shoots flawlessly, is very accurate and controllable.
I like it a lot.


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Posts: 2203 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: November 29, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have 600 rounds through mine of varies range ammo and a box of HST 147gr. and have had 1 FTE, it was with lawmen 124g fmj.

The gun is extremely accurate for a small gun. Big fan of the x-ray sights. Best shooting micro-compact I've shot. Trigger is pretty decent, unlike the 320 it has a longer take up, very similar take up as my glock 19 and has the similar smooth action that the 320 has with a similar reset.

By no means am I ready to replace my 43 or shield with this gun until I feel it's reliable and it already has one strike against it. Seeing people now reporting issues striker breaking which is not good at all. I hope mine at least gets to over 100O rounds with no more issues.

If it can be reliable, by far the best small edc option there is imho.
 
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Seeing people now reporting issues striker breaking which is not good at all.



Where did you read those reports? I haven't seen anything on this forum. You know how those GLOCK people like to spread rumors... Razz


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Posts: 8251 | Location: Somewhere north of a hot humid hell in the summer. | Registered: January 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I don't own a P365 but I tried one. I have larger hands/longer fingers and for me the grip was too small, especially trigger reach. I have the large back strap on my Walther PPS which is perfect for me and I can shoot it faster, more accurate, and more precise than the P365.

If I feel the need for more rounds I care a spare magazine for my PPS or my Glock 19.

Best bet is to try one out if you can.


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Posts: 8521 | Location: Northern Illinois | Registered: March 20, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Rhino - I am now 380 rounds into mine with zero issues. I left both factory provided 10 round mags in the box and have only used the 12 round mags....

One thing that I did after carring this pistol over a weekend - I ordered a set of Talon rubber grip covers for the pistol AND for the 12 round mag bases because the grip and mag texture will take skin off if you wear it like I do - all day using a IWB holster with no shirt between the pistol and my skin, because the 12 round mag does extend to the point that it rubs my skin raw - (Yep I am a big waisted guy - not fat - just real healthy...)
 
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My wife and I each have one and they have replaced both of our carry guns. I can't imagine that I could find anything thats currently on the market I would like more. I have to say once you put in the 12 round magazine it just perfects the platform.


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Posts: 1830 | Location: ON THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD | Registered: February 11, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have had my Cabala’s 365 with a born on date of 2/14/18 for a week and finally got it to the range today. I put 200 rounds of assorted AE 124gr, Blaser 124gr, Hornady XTP 124 gr & Hornady FTX 115 gr. Ate everything and went bang every time. I had the slide fail to lock back once early on. For a small gun it is very accurate. Here is the first 50 rounds at 10 yards. The smaller holes and ones on the perimeter are my little boys. He was shooting his new Beretta Neos.

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Posts: 433 | Location: Colorado | Registered: August 08, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Rhino - I am now 380 rounds into mine with zero issues. I left both factory provided 10 round mags in the box and have only used the 12 round mags....

One thing that I did after carring this pistol over a weekend - I ordered a set of Talon rubber grip covers for the pistol AND for the 12 round mag bases because the grip and mag texture will take skin off if you wear it like I do - all day using a IWB holster with no shirt between the pistol and my skin, because the 12 round mag does extend to the point that it rubs my skin raw - (Yep I am a big waisted guy - not fat - just real healthy...)


I highly advise Talon grips. They don’t add any thickness to the stock grips but add a good amount of tackiness. It’s like $18 for the grips and $2 bucks for each extended 12 round mag.
 
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Put about 150-170 rounds through mine last night. 45 rounds of Gold Dot and Critical Duty and the rest FMJ. Great little pistol. The striker failures on other sites is a bit concerning. Something to keep an eye on I suppose.
 
Posts: 1983 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: February 25, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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So far, I have only been to the range once with mine. I put about 75 rounds through it and it's the concealed pistol I have been looking for for decades.

I had a 290 and didn't care for the depth to width ratio of the grip. The point where the trigger broke was so far back that I couldn't always get the required rounds off during qualifications. The little finger hanging below the grip wasn't too comfortable either.

The 365 trigger breaks when the tip of my finger is 90 degrees to the bottom segment of my finger. With the flush fit mag, my little finger is halfway on the base, and with the extended 10 round mag, all my fingers are on the grip. I wear a large size glove. The grip is not as long from the back strap to the front. It fills my hand better and feels better than the 290.

The trigger has about 1/4" take up and then about another 1/4" before the striker is released. The trigger on mine doesn't have the mushy feeling that my 320 has.

I have only used range ammo but the recoil is pretty tame compared to the 290. The pistol doesn't jump as much in my hand as the 290 did.
Shooting from a rest at 25 yards, I was getting about 3 inch groups. Anyone, with better eyes than me, would probably do better.

I have one on preorder and found this one at a Cabela's near me. I wanted to get one in hand before I actually committed to buying to see how it felt. The price was pretty good so I took it home. Since firing it, I will also buy the one I have on preorder.

If you are nearby, you can try it out.


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Put about 150-170 rounds through mine last night. 45 rounds of Gold Dot and Critical Duty and the rest FMJ. Great little pistol. The striker failures on other sites is a bit concerning. Something to keep an eye on I suppose.


They aren’t striker failures. They are striker drags. I believe someone even posted here about it. A few people have posted that Sig says it is normal.
 
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They aren’t striker failures. They are striker drags. I believe someone even posted here about it. A few people have posted that Sig says it is normal.


There are absolutely striker failures being reported. Not many and they seem to be earlier builds than mine but it warrants careful monitoring considering why I carry a gun in the first place.
 
Posts: 1983 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: February 25, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I don't own a P365 but I tried one. I have larger hands/longer fingers and for me the grip was too small, especially trigger reach. I have the large back strap on my Walther PPS which is perfect for me and I can shoot it faster, more accurate, and more precise than the P365.

If I feel the need for more rounds I care a spare magazine for my PPS or my Glock 19.

Best bet is to try one out if you can.

Yes try it. I have a large hand and long fingers, any gloves that fit me are XXL or XXXL. And, the P365 works perfectly for me.
 
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