Question on the SIG warranty. Do they take out-of-warranty guns back for repair or refer you to a SIG-certified armorer? I've only ever dealt with them for stuff within the warranty period. If you don't put enough rounds through a gun within the warranty period, an otherwise in-warranty problem won't pop up until it's too late. Or how is SIG with this stuff?
Street price depends upon which street.
At the Big Town show yesterday (11/17/18) I noted a total of two P365s at different vendor's tables.
One was priced at $599 and the other at $648.
Several local stores offer(ed) them for less ($549) but they are perpetually sold out.
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I have a spare one bnib I will sell you.
Black Friday sale, already going on, has them for $499 and in stock locally.
I don't know, I still haven't seen one. All the gunshops I've asked around here say they sell within a few minutes of hitting the shelves.
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got one today for a black Friday price of 479.00
Local Gander-Outdoor was moving lots of P365 on sale at $450 + sales tax and included 20 rounds of 365 HP ammo. Got to dry fire several - very little variation: rather long take up, fair amount of creep, and brisk let-off with small over-travel. Reset was short and second pull seems to have less creep. Measured 6.5 to 6 pound-force required. At 10 yards, one can fill black on NRA 50 foot pistol target. Dates from August to mid October - each store said to have had 50 to 60 each. Amazon has a $15 pocket holster (P5, I think) that works well. Tested Vedder pocket holster - good quality, but P365 rides too high in one's pocket.
Hope Apex, or the like, has trigger improvement.
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Our local Fleet Farm has had them in stock for months, and regularly priced at $499, in Fond du Lac, WI
$460 out the door.
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I paid $499.99 today (+$10.00 for the background check and no sales tax). First one I've actually seen in person.
Purchased basic 365 with two 10-round magazines for 499.00 plus tax at lgs.
Mine basic 365 was $425 at the local gun store in Dawsonville.
However, I had to buy the X upgrade kit to make it what I wanted, so I'm $100 in.
Eeewwww, don't touch it!
Here, poke at it with this stick.
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There is no "out of warranty" for the original owner.
Well, that's good. I have a P365 and P365XL, bought both new from dealers. I've run a ton of rounds through both without a single hiccup.
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