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Cool that just the slide is an option
 
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Love mine, no problems. Smile
 
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My daily carry. Excellent pistol that I have total confidence in.


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It shoots like a bigger pistol. The X-Ray sights work well, though an Ameriglo Pro I Dot version would be my preference. The 12 round mag seems to be the best mag in terms of capacity, fit, and size. I don't understand the desire for a manual safety on a striker fired or DAO pistol as it is unneeded. Perhaps the word safety gives some folks a warm and fuzzy feeling.


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Can't say for sure.
I've got a thumb safety model that I've put maybe 150 rounds through to function test.

100 FMJ
50 HP (carry ammo)

It fed and shot those test rounds fine.

Do I trust it as much as my G19 or M&P ? No..I simply don't have the experience with it, nor the roundcount as those other platforms.

Do I trust it enough to carry because it is super light? Yes

If I hear my alarm go off in the middle of the night, it definitely is NOT the first gun I'd reach for in the nightstand, but that said it is currently my most frequently carried because it is so damned easy to carry.
 
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It shoots like a bigger pistol. The X-Ray sights work well, though an Ameriglo Pro I Dot version would be my preference. The 12 round mag seems to be the best mag in terms of capacity, fit, and size. I don't understand the desire for a manual safety on a striker fired or DAO pistol as it is unneeded. Perhaps the word safety gives some folks a warm and fuzzy feeling.


Warm and fuzzy? Maybe. More assured when holstering a gun that doesn’t have a trigger safety blade thingy, definitely.
 
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Got the XL....love the platform, BUT at least onece in every mag, the slide doesnt quite go into battery. People have told me to shoot 2-300 rds of +p to "break it in.....

A bit disapointed


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Had mine a while now. Unsure but has to be near 1k rounds. No issues. In fact it shoots so well, I can’t reason to carry anything else, given the choice.
Just shot an IDPA match with it. 3rd out of 33, and mine was the only subcompact in the running. It shoots that well. Usually carry a 12 round mag unless I need it to be really small.
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LOVE mine. I shoot it better than I shoot my friends XL. I suggested he get one and he thanks me every time we go shooting. Smile
 
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I've got 800-1K through my 365XL. Zero issues.

I think I "cleaned" it once. Which means I think I took it apart and just wiped it down and threw some grease on the rails.




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I was thinking about buying the SAS then getting a non-ported barrel for it.

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Picked up my March-2019 build P365 a few weeks ago. Have shot about 500 rounds of various ammo and it has been flawless.



 
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I don't understand the desire for a manual safety on a striker fired or DAO pistol as it is unneeded. Perhaps the word safety gives some folks a warm and fuzzy feeling.


Maybe it's unneeded, but I am so accustomed to a 1911 type, full size, compact and my micro P938 and P238, along with a Browning Hi Power and S&W M41 target pistol, that I simply like the idea of the safety. I can drop the slide on a loaded magazine with an extra margin of safety against a misfire, as the slide can be slide can be cycled with the safety engaged.
 
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I had one of the first ones in North Texas from a Master Sig Dealer, but traded it when all the issues started. I picked up a May 2019 build and 600-700 rounds later it is what is on my hip or in my pocket every day.


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