Sorry it took a little while to get around to writing this up like I promised. You guys talked me into it... So you are responsible! Sig P365 produced April of 2019 200 Rounds of Federal American Eagle 115 FMJ (1) Sig OEM 10-Round Flush Base Plate Mag (1) Sig OEM 10-Round Extended Base Plate Mag (1) Sig Accessory 12-Round Extended Mag Cleaner - Birchwood Casey Gun Scrubber Oil - Pro Shot 1 Step CLP Lubricated per Sig Instructions Accuracy (I'm not a great shot!) - Rapid Aimed Fire At 7 yards. I could generally put 9 out of 11 Shots or 10 out 13 within the 2.75" Bull. The others were generally called fliers. Either touched off high before the pistol returned to aim point or pulled low left. It's hard for me to keep my focus for that amount of rounds. Reliability - I had an initial mag issue. The flush baseplate mag was binding up so bad on the first 5 rounds into the mag it was pushing the mag our of a Caldwell Loader instead of loading the round. On firing the first 6 rounds fired fine and the last 5 (the same ones the bound going in) failed to return fully to battery. I can only speculate that because of the binding those rounds where not positioned correctly in the magazine and where slowing the slide velocity. It only occurred on that magazine and only on the first 5 rounds loaded into it on the first cycle of the mag. It never bound up like that again and it never had a failure to return to battery again. It didn't have a malfunction in the next 189 rounds with any of the 3 magazines. Shooting Comfort - It's unbelievably nice to shoot. By comparison although it's smaller in most dimensions than a Ruger LC9S/EC9S, only slightly wider and almost the same weight, with the same ammo it feels like the P365 is a 9mm and the Ruger is a .40. I did ride the slide lock a time or too but it's much farther forward (easier to avoid) and failure mode is to not lock open on the last round instead of multiple slide locks like a Ruger. I do believe most guys with large hands can adapt to it (Forget the Ruger). My hand size is large enough I ended up with my pinky tucked under the Extended 10 Round Magazine (The flush is a 1.5 finger grip for me). I can get a half pinky on the 12 Round. So far Im pretty happy with it. Even if the problem with the flush pate magazine reoccurs, all I have to do is get Sig to send me a new mag. That's a very easy fix in this world. PS Like I said your responsibile! Where do I send the ammo bill! It's to much fun to shoot! I would have shot more than 200 rounds but I needed to put 200 rounds of .45 ACP down range out of a 28 oz Pistol so didn't want to fatigue my grip.