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Saw my first P-365 with a manual safety... Also 15 round Magazine

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Hokkmike, Jul 26, 2019.

  1. Hokkmike

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    National Sporting Goods in Williamsport, PA. P-364 with ambidextrous thumb safety - $519.00. Not bad. Dealer said initial run had some issues with safety but that they are all good to go now. The other P-365 issues are history.

    10, 12, and 15 round magazines available. Just about the maximum for pocket carry but a very nice little 9mm.

    If you like SIGs check it out...
     
  2. jmr40

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    One may eventually follow me home. I can get them through a local store for $499 OTD with or without the safety. When they are in stock. They seem to sell quickly when they come in. I went to there with cash in hand about a month ago debating between the Sig or a G43. They were out of Sig's, and had a one day sale on Glocks for $400 OTD. At that price I bought the Glock, but there is room in the safe for a Sig later.
     
  3. jonnyc

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    We've had the 365s with the safety in the shop for about 3 weeks. Not much interest, and I don't think we've sold a single one. Glock 43 and 43X pistols still seem to leave faster than the 365s.
     
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  4. jonb32248

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    Trouble with the safety? Really, why should I buy one, no. Too much to begin with to take the chance of a problem gun. Sooo many more choices out there. Just seems like Sig can't get it right the first time on anything.
     
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  5. viking499

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    Initial run? I thought what we are seeing is the initial run with a safety. They have not been out King enough for version 2.

    Wonder if he getting them mixed up with the initial run if the non safety models?
     
  6. Hokkmike

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    He specified safety problems.
     
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    Must have missed that part.
     
  8. Ca survivor

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    I was waiting on the 365 with MS got tired od waiting an bought a non safety one, went into the range to try it out, when I finish shooting it, the brown truck was delivering 5 with MS and 5 regulars and some Canik, 30-40 minutes after my purchase.
     
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  10. Martowski

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    I picked up a P365 w/ the manual safety about a month ago. I love this little gun. Really, I don't see myself carrying anything else anytime soon.
     
  11. Doublehelix
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    I just picked one up today, and love how it feels in my hand. I am so used to the safety from years of carrying with a safety, that I really wanted that feature.

    I was debating back and forth between this and the P365XL, and in the end, the smaller size with concealability won out. Plus, I love the safety!
     
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