Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 280shooter, Feb 28, 2018.
Has anyone seen them cheaper cheaper.?
Looks like Brownells had them for $480 and now has them for $500.
I guess it depends on tax and FFL fees.
it's one of at least 6 I've watched that detail problems with the first shipments of these guns. Doesn't look like Sig has worked all the kinks out of its reliability issues yet.
In doing my research on this gun, I also came across youtube videos detailing the problems our military is experiencing with the P320 as well. You might remember that Sig offered a "voluntary" recall of over 500,000 P320's to citizen customers to have problems with the triggers fixed.
I've shot other models of Sig's and really like the earlier designs (may be in the market for a P220 since I need to replace a full-sized 45acp in my gun collection)-but don't think I want to "beta test" this model for sig and end up sending it back for repairs.
I think I'd place this gun in a "buyer beware-new untested design" category for the time being.
I'm waiting for the 'gen 2' myself. Then likely I'll buy one (or two) I skipped the 320 because I have several / many p226's and p229's that work perfectly.
Great trigger, manageable recoil, accurate. I have 2 12 round mags ordered. This gun is a G43 and G26 killer as well as every other single stack 9 killer.
Not for me. Too skinny in my hands, not really that much easier to carry For me.
I'll keep the 26.
Yep, the Sig 365 makes my small Glock obsolete, my 1911s are too heavy and recently the Glock 19x I covet is no good for civilian use, let alone CCW!
I actually handled a 365 this weekend and, yes, too skinny and small for me. Though how they managed 10 rounds in it is quite a feat.
I think the 320 platform is fantastic. However, it'll be a few years before I pluck 365 money down over a 320 in a nice holster or even the pocketbook friendly Ruger I mentioned.
Glad y'all like yours though
I agree with everything you say in this post. The Shield is the standard that has to be beat IMHO, although I don't own one, I have shot one. I am not a Glock guy, so I cannot comment on the small Glocks, although there are enough comments on them in these P365 threads to have them covered.
We need to get the revised gun out in the field for some more testing.
I was at Cabella's yesterday and just for fun asked at the counter if they had seen any yet, and of course the answer was "no".
I am in no rush at all, but will certainly check them out once the evolve out of the "unobtainium" stage.
I have not shot my 365 yet, but I like it better than the Shield so far. It is slightly thicker, but just enough to it not feel skinny. I really like the angle cut on the magazine base plate. The magazine well and the magazine base plates could be more chamfered, though.
Have yet to see one up close and personal yet!
Don't you just love responses to posts that do nothing to add any information to a thread and the poster acts as if they are rising above it all with their clever wit and lack of understanding what the word "nebulous" means?
My post contained a description of my actual real experience and my opinion. While you might have used the word "subjective" to describe my opinion, you can't call my comment "nebulous" when in fact it was neither vague, imprecise, or confused.
Words mean things.
These boards would serve no purpose if at least some of us did not share our experience (real events) and opinions (subjective thoughts) on questions asked.
I responded to the responses that were painting the gun (rightfully) as having some initial teething pains. My new, updated gun has been perfect. So, my response is relevant to the direction the thread took.
May want to take a quick glance in the mirror pal.
Need to add it to my CCW to pick it up,will do that Monday !.
So looking forward to running about 200+ rounds through her and then strapping her on.
Will post the results here afterwards.
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