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Thread: New Sig Compact P365

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    New Sig Compact P365

    Newington, NH (January 8, 2018) SIG SAUER, Inc. introduces the new High-Capacity Micro-Compact P365 the ultimate concealed carry pistol. This revolutionary striker-fired 9mm pistol offers the perfect balance of capacity and concealment with unrivaled shootability and ergonomics. The P365s patent-pending, narrow-neck, modified double-stack magazine holds 10 rounds in both the flush-fit and extended versions, plus one in the chamber, for a full capacity of 11 rounds nearly a 50 percent capacity increase over pistols in its class. An optional 12-round extended magazine equips this micro-compact pistol with full-size 13-round capacity, allowing you to carry more, everyday 365 days a year. The P365 is also smaller and lighter than most other pistols in its class, measuring 1-inch wide, 5.8-inches long, and 4.3-inches tall with a barrel length of 3.1-inches. It weighs just 17.8 ounces with an empty magazine.

    http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2...ig-sauer-p365/


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    I've been very impressed with my P938 and my Ultra Compact 1911 as well as my wife's P229 she carries for work. I'd take a look at this gun just because Sig builds their guns very well.
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    I was thinking it could give the P938s etc. a run for their money.

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    At least as good as these, and a lot less expensive ...So good for Sig ...



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    So, after some initial glitches, so far so good I think on the P365.

    But I always love those initial glitches on stuff that the press is high on when it first comes out.

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    So, I tried to spice things up around here with some German-on-Austrian action involving an intelligent and watchable/readable review of the Walther PPQ SC vs. The Sig P365, but no such thing exists.

    Maybe I should adjust my standards for product reviews.

    Or... Who wants to go in with me on a blog that delivers what guys like us want? ---LOL

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    Glitches? Firing when dropped isnt a glitch.
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    It's a feature.
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    LOL ... Do you have any credible sources on a drop-fire problem? I know some haters like to ding Sig when they can, but I'm just askin' ...



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    I heard about it on the Sig forum I believe or the Glock forum.
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