It is also shown on www.osageguns.com website as out of stock. How about "never been in stock". That would seem more accurate.
What?! I continue to be extremely disappointed in Sig's ability to deliver new products to market. I am not terribly surprised based on their historic record, but I was hopeful.
I guess no P365 in my future. So, what will I spend my lunch money on instead? Another Dan Wesson, maybe??
I have two Dan Wesson Valor Commanders, a duty finish 45 and a stainless 9mm...love them...
I gave my .45 S&W Shield to my son. May replace that with their Performance Center .45 model. I love my 9mm Shield. Both had thumb safeties.
This is accurate. We have not received any to date. Currently, Sig's dealer site projects 6/27/19 for our first order on them.
Osage County Guns
I will forward to you today my e-mail from them
Yesterday I contacted my local LE distributor and he said the official word is "90 days out", but SIG said the same thing about my P320 Carry w/manual safety, and that arrived after about 5 or 6 weeks.
My guess is 4 weeks and they'll start showing up.
tempus edax rerum
Yes! The Valor line has been discontinued.. :-(
Forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
“We don’t need no stinkin safety!” Said the gunstore ninja, taking about modern striker fired pistols.
“Then why do they call it ‘Glock Leg?’”said the customer with a limp.
tempus edax rerum
Most of the discussion here relates to "time" relative a manual safety.
Two things that must be considered by anyone carrying.
First it's not time. You can "train" all you want but when it happens__consider you have two seconds and in my personal experiences (LE) it'll apt to be less than two seconds. With that manual safety you
may just wind up squeezing the hell out of that trigger! Yeah, "muscle memory" and "I train disengaging the safety." Yeah. The perp isn't a paper target.
LE's from local to federal carried revolvers for two hundred years. Understand__that double action trigger was the safety. DAO triggers still are a safety.
But the second consideration is__You must have the will. The best example of "will" is from my old Marine Corps Manual > "The spirit of the bayonet is the will to meet and destroy your enemy in hand to hand combat". (Sort of like desire)
If the will is missing in any SD situation... you'll likely lose.
Since Sig made the P365 as a striker-fired pistol instead of a hammer fired DA/SA, the remaining alternative is some form of manual safety. I would much prefer a sub-compact DA/SA for daily concealed carry.
Because everyone is too polite to call the guy with the limp an "idiot."
We do need a safety. It's not necessary a mechanical feature on the firearm.
For those who feel compelled, Sig will certainly offer the option. S&W produce the Shield both with, and without an additional mechanical safety lever. Even the P320 has one now, with the military contract. One has been devised for Glock, but is very rarely seen; it's available for those who really need one.
"Glock leg" isn't. Of the millions of Glock pistols in circulation, how many have resulted in a shot to the users leg?
This gets crazier. I happen to be on the Sig site and decided to look at their airguns. They have a P365 air pistol. The photo shows it with a thumb safety and the description says "manual safety". Give me a break ! They have it on the airgun version but it's still "in development" on the actual pistol ?
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lose the chance
I'd rather Sig "develop" it themselves than have their customers "develop" it after it's released to the market....as they seem to have been doing over past new product introductions.
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