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I sold my G43, ordered a 365 and picked picked it up the other day. I just couldn't resist the extra 4 rounds. I've really enjoyed the Glock and the only problem I've had with it was that I just couldn't find a way to grip it without hitting the slide release and the slide wouldn't lock open on an empty mag. It's wierd,
I've never had that problem with any pistol, even really small ones.
So, now the 365 is here and I'm amazed at how good of a job Sig did designing this thing. I pulled out my G42 for comparison and of course, the Sig is heavier but it's just a little taller and the same length. That's crazy considering its a 10 round 9mm. I can't wait to shoot it.


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You likely won’t regret it.


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The P365 seems solid, even with the early hiccups that many new gun models are prone to. I have both, and like both. My wife carries the G43, so I wont be getting rid of it anytime soon.

Congrats on the new gun.
 
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It's a great design and Sig nailed it.
 
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Cool! I hope to have one some day.



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Careful, they're almost AR like in the way you can start messing with them.
Just got my XL slide in today, Romeo0 will be here next week.
 
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Would like one, but still afraid of reliability issues. Gonna stick with my G48 until I am convinced the 365s are as reliable!
 
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I have just over 1000 rounds through mine with not a single problem.
I see no reason why it won't continue to do so.
 
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I’ve had mine for about a week and a half and love it already. It’s an incredible CCW. It’s going to replace my Glock 42 and maybe most of my CCW pistols. I can’t justify carrying 6 rounds of .380 when I can carry 10 rounds of 9mm in the same size package they shoots just as well.





The P365 even fit perfectly in the 42 holsters.



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Congratulations! I love my 365 it is very accurate and easy to conceal.


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Originally posted by TexasJack2315:
Would like one, but still afraid of reliability issues. Gonna stick with my G48 until I am convinced the 365s are as reliable!


Not knocking the 48, ( I bought my wife a 43X and it's a sweet shooter too, ) but your fears about the reliability of the 365 are unnecessary. Smile




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I had no intentions of buying a 365, but, so bought 2.
A little larger than my Kimber Solo, but, the Solo holds less ammo.
Smaller than my M&P compact.
A LOT heavier than my 380s, but, a lot easier to shoot accurately.
Both were built 4/19, and so far 100% reliable with everything, including reloads that won't even come close to case-gauging.
 
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Once my LGS reopens, I'll pick up a P365 with manual safety to generaly match the MOA of the 1911s (and P938) I usually carry.


Mostly 9mm and .45 ACP:
P226 Enhanced Elite
P938 SAS
P320 Compact w/subcompact grip
P225-A1 two-tone
Bunch of Dan Wessons
Assorted Berettas, CZs, etc.
 
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Couldn’t be happier



 
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I like that color. I looked for one but I found such a good deal on a black one that I couldn't pass it up.


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P365 by Ex Pat, on Flickr

Bought this and an XL for the wife.

Grayguns grip module which feels great! And Grayguns flat trigger which needs a few rounds through it but feels better already.
 
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I love mine and it has 1200 rounds without a problem of any kind. I prefer the 12 round mag. I bought a 15 rounder for backup and the range. I also picked up a pinky extension for the 10 rounders which is slightly better than the one it comes with.


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Damn, I wish that Grayguns grip module hadn't been posted. Now I'm unsatisfied with the factory one.


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