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I've had the SAS version and carried it since I bought it in 2019. It took a minute to get used to the bullseye sight (I'm still way better with traditional sights), but I really like it.
My only complaints are that 1) I've got massive meat hooks and the SAS frame is tiny, and 2) that I couldn't seem to find the frame in desert until recently. In the interest of concealment, the tan of the Sig desert grip module and magazine extensions perfectly matches the tan color of the Deluth Trading Firehose pants that I wear every day. (I just need to get a piece of cloth to use as a color swatch to send with the holster to get Cerakoted for optimal appendix-carry concealment.) I'm going to buy a larger frame and transfer over the FCU at some point to make it "my" gun - I'll probably also buy an XL at some point as a range toy.
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I’m glad this poll has resurfaced. Thanks for the recent responses.
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Plain Jane 365 checks all the boxes for me and my needs in an EDC package.
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I have the 365X and am very pleased with it.
I have the standard model and it gets the most carry time. Start with the standard, unless you plan on going with an optic, then the X model is your best bet.
Good thing about the 365, is you can change the grips from the standard to the XL and vise versa.
I have a 365, 365X with Romeo, and a 365XL with Romeo. The old original 365 gets the most carry.
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I finally gave in a bought a striker in a plain P365 with NS. The trigger is such a vast improvement over Glock triggers IMO. Previously, the only striker I liked was a HK P7. I’ve found I like the size and weight for concealed carry and it handles well enough. I bought the version with no safety. I’d like to shoot one of the over priced ported Spectre models.
Still trying to decide. Have 3!
Put wilson combat frames on all 3.
The base 365 is a good gun for really hot weather.
The 365X has a dot and I really prefer the dot.
The XL is kinda a big small gun when it gets cooler.
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Had a 365 and couldn't shoot it worth a darn. Just too small for my hands.
Sold it and got a 43X MOS, even though I hate Glock triggers, and I was right, got rid of it.
So now that SIG has the 365X I'm thinking of trying one with a Wilson XL Grip. Also hoping the straighter trigger will also help.
P365XL has to be my favorite pistol at this time that I shoot. I have two, almost got a third yesterday at a gun show. I’ll probably get a third one if I come across another one that’s barely used and mid $500 range like I did with my second one. My first one is brand new, never fired.
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365 with an XL grip swap.
Recently purchase P365. First impression is very nice. It just fits my hand. No problem. I wear reading glasses though I remain 20/10 after LASIK in 2004. Due to that, target acquisition is a bit slow with the hard sights. Installed CT/LG-422 (R). It was close but I dialed it in at 15m. I'll be doing much practice at 15-20. I see 7 at noting more than a point and shoot distance. My last Sig was a 250SC. Never cared for it and eventually sold it to my doc years ago. To date, he told me it's never been removed from the case. Speaking of "years ago", Magazines have just gone stupid. Reminds me of the Glock mag prices during Clinton. Not that terrible but bad enough. Purchased 2 extra 10-rounders a couple of days ago for 41.19 each + tax. After a brief online search, that appeared to be the best I could do at the moment. They have the extension. Perhaps I'm mistaken but I could swear the magazines without the extension were more expensive. Maybe not but that's my recollection. Makes no sense when see the prices for individual extension.
I currently have 1,000 rounds of basic 124gr to practice with. Yesterday was my initial session of becoming familiar, dialing in the laser, etc. Did 6 magazines (never had magazines as difficult to load). Glad I had my UpLula handy. I fairly quickly was grouping 1.5 - 2.0 inches at 15m. That was at a rate of 0.5 - 1.0 seconds.
My initial impression is this will likely be a keeper and my primary edc. I took a basic leather slide holster, soaked it, crammed a vitamin jar into the muzzle end and sat out in the sun for approx 8 hours. Not bad at all but the front sight was hanging a bit. Dremeled the **** out of the interior upper channel. Great fit not. I have an AlienGear Cloak Slide OWB on the way. Never one to leave well enough alone, I'm lightly considering ordering a Kydex kit and rolling my own.
Anyhow, glad to be back with SS and the forum once again.
FTR, same info posted in other Sig forum.
imashooter, give PJ Holsters a call or e-mail. He may be able to accommodate you. I've gotten three standard IWB holsters from him. Good designs, reasonable prices, huge variety of options and great CS.
He's sort of a semi-custom shop though. May be amenable to making something to specifically meet your needs.
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