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    a cool, fancy title hollohas's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by longrange2 View Post
    Hitting a slide stop is a fine motor skill.
    It's no finer a motor skill than pulling a trigger is. Unless you're willing to tell me you're going to lose all that trained muscle memory from your pointer finger, than it's quite a jump to claim you'll lose the trained muscle memory in your thumb.

    Point is, both are valid when practiced.

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    I've been dry firing the P365 a lot with the laser cartridge. I love this thing. The sights are bright and the front dot BIG. It points effortlessly. The trigger is clean. The grip texture is nice too. No need to stipple this thing. It's not so comfortable on bare skin on your side.

    First trip to the range. After 200 rounds, I expected my hand to not be too happy like most micro compacts, but I could have kept shooting all day comfortably.

    150 rounds Blazer Brass 9mm 115g were flawless. Slow and rapid fire.

    50 rounds Hornady Critical Duty were flawless as well.

    Pic is 10 rounds from 7 yards standing. 1 per second. I think the left leaning group is my fault and not the sights being off. I'll need to spend some time figuring out how much finger to use on the trigger on this small gun. Hence the dry firing with the laser.

    The only issue I had was reloads. The mag release just barely sticks up...hardly at all. It's not easy to push. Also, the mags tended to kinda get hung up in my palm and pinky. I needed to loosen my grip a bit around my pinky to get it to drop. The slide release worked great









    5 shots from 16 yards, standing. The wind caught the high one .



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    Grand Master Know It All SouthPaw's Avatar
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    I finally caved and ordered one. It's a new production model and I was able to get it for $425 so I figured why not. Apparently the late 2018+ models have all the issues sorted out. I'll update once I get it.
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    Mine has been fired 600+. It was born oct 2018. I haven't had any of the problems.
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    My 365 is just slightly thicker than my 938. Have an IWB kydex for a 938. With 2 or 3 minutes work with a hair dryer it fits the 365 perfectly.
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    I recently purchased the 365, and it's been an absolute joy so far. Until the 365, I was unable to find a pistol smaller than the Glock 26/27, that allowed use of higher capacity magazines. With the 365 I have the option of 10, 12, and 15 round mags, very similar to the G26 in a much smaller package. I likely won't carry the 365 using the 15 round mag, but I'd like to get a 12 rounder for carry in the pistol, and use the 15 as backup, I'm currently using the flush 10 rounder with 15 as backup.




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    I like mine, but loading the magazines is some serious work. When I first shot my pistol, it would be out of battery by maybe a hair and I would need to push the slide forward with my thumb, but after about 20 rounds or so, it worked itself out and went into battery without issues.

    I like it and am going to start carrying it at work.
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    Still love mine. I got it in May '18 and have been carrying it 7 days/week for over a year now. No issues with it what-so-ever at the range since my last post other than the mag release. I wish someone would make an aftermarket replacement that was just a bit higher. Other than that, I am thrilled with this little gun.

    The Sig branded Blackpoint Tactical IWB "mini-wing" holster that I got directly from Sig has been good except the plastic belt clips both broke within 6 months or so. They have since been replaced with more durable metal belt clips. Otherwise the holster is very comfortable and conceals well in the semi-casual business environment where I work.

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