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Ok so after all the hype, gun updates, and maybe even gun failures, what is your verdict on the P365?

I’ve had mine for well over a year, with around 500 Ronda through it, zero issues. I’m still keeping it in my rotation..




 
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It will be the next gun I buy. Specifically a P365 w/ safety, have it milled for Romeo 0, then add an XL grip module (probably have to make a safety cut out). I think that would a great carry gun, smallest gun I have now is a P6.




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I’ve had mine since March 2018. I am at 5500 rounds and the 365 has been flawless the entire time. Literally no issues at all. It is a keeper!
 
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Grayguns makes a grip module for the P365XL that includes a manual safety cut-out and the parts for the manual safety. Out of stock right now, but I'm sure they will be making more.
 
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No issues. I carry it every day and have since I broke it in. Super easy to carry all day and surprisingly accurate for its size.

 
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The P365XL is dangerously close to replacing my P226 as my plainclothes duty gun, if the agency will allow it.

That about says it all.
 
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We’ve authorized them as backups for 2 years now, and they are by far the most common approved weapon at the annual quals. No issues. I’ve petitioned to get them approved for primary carry for investigators.
 
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Have had mine for 11 months now. It became my EDC after firing the first 200 rounds, it now has a thousand rounds fired through it, and is still my EDC. It has retired my S&W 638 snub, and vastly reduced how often I carry my LCP.


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I have two, both early models, first series striker (hasn't broken yet). Several thousand rounds through, including various reloads, 115g, 124g, 147g. No problems with the pistols. I refrained from carrying it for a time, ran out of excuses and now carry it frequently. The only changes I've made are a straight trigger, and I crowned the barrel.
 
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I love mine. I just need to get a different front sight for it, a #8, as I shoot too low with #6 on it. Other than that, I love it.
 
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Grayguns makes a grip module for the P365XL that includes a manual safety cut-out and the parts for the manual safety. Out of stock right now, but I'm sure they will be making more.


I just bought a 365xl with thumb safety, no need for kits
 
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It will be the next gun I buy. Specifically a P365 w/ safety, have it milled for Romeo 0, then add an XL grip module (probably have to make a safety cut out). I think that would a great carry gun, smallest gun I have now is a P6.


All that for 1/2 an inch of barrel Length?
 
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Still waiting but this thread is pushing me closer to the edge.


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It will be the next gun I buy. Specifically a P365 w/ safety, have it milled for Romeo 0, then add an XL grip module (probably have to make a safety cut out). I think that would a great carry gun, smallest gun I have now is a P6.


All that for 1/2 an inch of barrel Length?


I'll still have the short P365 module-pocket gun option.

Ideally, Sig will come out with a P365 optics option, then I'd just be adding the XL module which is cheap. I'm deployed until November so I'll change my mind back and forth 4x by then anyway!




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Just picked up a SAS a month ago. Got some holsters...now, it is one of my favorite edc.

My edc rotation are now..Sig p365 sas, Glock 43, Remington r380, and S&w 342.


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selling both of mine, not that there is anything wrong with them one is new in the box, but after the shield 15 round mags came out and they run perfect, I simply like the feel of the g43x better.
 
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