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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-09-2018, 12:25 AM Thread Starter
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Default Sig P365

A touch shorter, a bit tall and a little more weight than the P938. Retails for $600.
10+1 capacity.

https://www.sigsauer.com/store/p365-...o-compact.html


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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-09-2018, 06:32 AM
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looks like the subcompact version of the new striker fired 320 the military is adopting. bottom line is its a sig and id bet it will go bang every time you pull the trigger!! I kind of flush with 9s right now but if they would chamber it in 45acp id have to talk to the banker in the kitchen.

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Compare to GLOCK 26.

Much shorter, quarter pound lighter + Siglite.
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post #4 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-09-2018, 11:30 PM
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Extended mag holds 12 rounds.

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Sig P365

L: 5.8"
W: 1.0"
H: 4.3"
Weight: 17.8 oz




Glock G43

L: 6.26"
W: 1.02"
H: 4.25"
Weight: 17.95 oz




Walther PPS

L: 6.30"
W: 1.0"
H: 4.4" (six round mag)
Weight: 21.1 oz
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I think I want one.

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I've have had a Kel-tec P-11 for some where around 15 to 20 years now. Its the same size and weight as the SIG 365 and has a ten round magazine to boot. Really there is nothing new under the sun here. Everybody is praising SIG for their magical new magazine that can get ten rounds in such a small package. H*ll it's just a copy of the old Kel-tec mag. And the SIG costs almost twice as much as the Kel-tec. I for one love my Kel-tec. It goes bang every time no matter what I feed it and has a has a clip on the side so I don't even need a holster to carry it if I so desire. I hate when a company touts their product as new and wonderful design that has never existed before when it is a copy of a design that has existed for years. There I said it! Thanks everybody for letting me get this off my chest. I wish SIG all the luck in the world with their new pistol but before anybody spends that kind of money for one do yourself a favor and check out the P-11. You might be pleasantly surprised. Redcap
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A new long review of this gun here:

https://www.usacarry.com/sig-p365-review/
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Have had mine for several hundred (about 400) rounds now. Put away my Ruger LC9. Observations: P365 handles recoil much better than the Ruger. Ruger wanted to jump sideways whereas the Sig recoils straight back. Sig holds 12+1 and shoots every brand of ammo (have tried about 8 ) I've put thru it. Fits nicely in my cargo shorts/pants with a Uncle Mikes #4 inside pocket holster. Sig has a far, far better trigger than the LC9. I use 115g Hornady Critical Defense for carry as well as 115g range rounds to help reduce recoil. Only drawback is a lack of manual safety on mine but since it racks easily I sometimes carry and empty chamber.

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Well, after my initial whining and crying about sore thumbs trying to load the p365 magazines, they either "broke-in", or the loader tool does it pretty well.

Anyway, the p365 so impressed us with the wife being able to work the slide, recoils no more than a 380, and VERY accurate for such a small handgun, we bought a second one. Same story...great little gun, flawless operation, eats anything I give it, including a 4.0gr Bullseye handloaded 124gr Xtreme bullet.

Holsters? Not what Im looking for. Lots of bulky IWB, no Blackhawke Serpa for it,(my favorite OWB holster), but I did order a Sneaky Pete in Ballistic Nylon. BN has no logo on it. Waiting for delivery on that now.

Sig Sauer made a winner in this one, couple little quirks, but livable considering it holds a bakers dozen with one in the pipe, and the optional 12 round magazine, but absolutely nada second thoughts about its ability to be dependable if the unthinkable ever happens.
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