I finally got to a range today and shot my p365 for the first time. I found it difficult to grip it and keep it stable when I was attempting to set up the sights with my target. I'm going to have to grip this small pistol different than my bigger semiautomatic pistols.
You might also try some traction grip tape. This helps me immensely when shooting my Glock G42.
Tuff1 grip sleeves work great. Have one on mine and I have fairly long fingers.
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I put a Hogue Handall grip sleeve on mine. I found that the backstrap was irritating the middle of my palm to the point of hurting. The grip sleeve fixed that and also makes for a more comfortable hold overall.
Talon Grips are great as well.
"Attack life, it's going to kill you anyway." Steve McQueen...
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My experience as well. I'm a big fan of the Hogue Handall for the P365.
I noticed a sharp edge at the bottom of the backstrap where it meets the sides that I am going to carefully Dremel smooth.
"Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times is enemy action." - Ian Fleming
I've been using rubber Talon grip applications on my P365 for over a year, as well as on other pistols. For me, they've worked fine. Others complain they don't last, but I think their longevity depends upon how well they are initially applied. If you follow the directions (as I've done), I think you'll really like these.
"I'm not fluent in the language of violence, but I know enough to get around in places where it's spoken."
Same here; Hogue Handall works well.
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