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My Sig P365

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by If1HitU, Aug 19, 2019.

  1. If1HitU

    If1HitU Member

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    Today I join the Sig family,my new P365 came home today.
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  2. Casefull

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    You are going to love it.
     
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  3. Doublehelix

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    Congratulations! I just brought mine home on Friday as well, but haven't had a chance to shoot her yet. Ordered a couple of 12-round mags and a 15-round to try out.

    Let us know how she shoots for you!
     
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  4. Kendahl

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    Very nice gun. I rented one a few weeks ago and liked it with one exception. The mag release button needs to be more accessible. If you don't already have an Uplula magazine loader, buy one. The P365's magazine springs are very stiff.
     
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  6. Gary Gill

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    I bought my P365 late June and I really like it. Carries well shoots better than I do.
     
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  7. SharpDog

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    Congrats Brother ... Did Sig schedule your secret tattoo yet ? They contacted me about a week after I bought one ...

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  8. larryh1108

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    Very happy with mine.
    Not the prettiest gun I own but it is a keeper.
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  9. George P

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    Love both of mine; especially with the 12 round mags - they just seem to fit my hand really well.
     
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  10. SteadyD

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    I second the mag loader recommendation. After awhile they can be loaded by hand but at first they are very stiff.
     
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  11. jmr40

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    I've had one a few weeks. It is quickly becoming my favorite pistol. I ordered a couple of 12 round mags for it. The 1st time I loaded each mag required some effort spread out over several hours. I had to load each of them about 3/4 full and let them sit for a few hours to get in one more. Then a few more hours to get in another round. After a day I got all of them loaded full up. After sitting for a few days loading them becomes much easier. While a mag loader would help the 1st time through, I don't see it necessary long term.
     
  12. If1HitU

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    Good score. Hope it works well for you .
     
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  14. george29

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    Not intending to hijack thread (btw congratulations on the new buy) but why is this an improvement over the G26 (which I also don't own)?
     
  15. Fine Figure of a Man

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    Whether it is an improvement or not is up to the individual. The P365 is lighter, smaller, slimmer than the G26 and has the same capacity. I find it to be a very nice shooting gun especially for it's size.
     
  16. Plan2Live

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    . Because it's not a Glock. I know you find this hard to believe but there are people out here who are not enamored with Glock.
     
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  17. 460Shooter

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    Congrats! The P365 is a nice little gun. I put 50 rounds through one and really liked it.

    I thought the tattoos only came with the Legion series guns. :D

    Better ergos on the Sig alone make it an improvement over any Glock IMO. Throw in the night sights and shazam, we have a winner.
     
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  18. 340PD

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    I have owned one since they came out. Bought a second one just because. I found my shooting improved a bit with the installation of Sig's flat trigger.
    One for me, one for my wife.
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  19. tarosean

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    I guess I.
    Hard to argue those points.

    I would like to see more manufactures jump on making a similar gun in size and capacity. I picked one up a few weeks ago to get some first hand experience with one and another similar sized gun.


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    Fully loaded 10+1 (147gr HST)
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    Fully loaded 7+1 (147gr HST)
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  20. george29

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    I don't own a Glock, I wanted to learn from the experience of others because I too am in the market and value advice. Chill out, or sit in front of a mirror and say "Glock" until you're no longer triggered. Peace.
     
  21. 460Shooter

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    I handled one of those Kimbers. Nice gun.
     
  22. george29

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    Which Kimber is that?
     
  23. tarosean

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    It smokes the Sig in every conceivable way. except for the fact its down 3 rounds to the 365 it is a phenomenal striker fired gun. Who woulda thunk?
     
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  24. tarosean

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    EVO SP

    Its their replacement to the failed Solo.
     
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  25. 460Shooter

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    That was my impression just dry firing. The trigger really kicks ass out of the box, and it feels great in the hand. Capacity is the only down side. Of course I’m carrying a P938 Legion these days, so a few rounds down isn’t that big of a concern.
     
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