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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Ripp]
      #331886 - 04/09/19 11:22 PM

This is what I carry and practice with:
https://vizardsgunsandammo.com/buffalo-bore-ammunition-24b-20-9mm-luger-p-jhp-124gr-20box-12case/


When I want to just put a bunch down range I use the Speer 124gr

And I agree, these guns have no right being this accurate. Itís replaced my LCP on the small side and my 224 and 226 on the other end of the scale. Fantastic weapon imo.


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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: 008]
      #331896 - 05/09/19 02:19 AM

Velocity seems high, at 1,300fps for a 124gr.- do that do that? Seems to me, that's more of a .38 Super load. Of course, I am thinking back to the 80's when I sad a 1911 in .38 Super.
I later changed it to .45 Auto (my "bear" gun) & was happier.

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Daryl_S]
      #331908 - 05/09/19 11:53 AM

Yeah, theyíre hot for a 9mm but thatís why I use them. They nearly mimic the 357 sig

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: 008]
      #331909 - 05/09/19 01:03 PM

IN this months G&A magazine they did a review on the 365XL model with optics included.. shot amazing small groups at 25 yards.. 1.6" or less I believe.. will have to reread and advise..well done article..worth the read

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Ripp]
      #331945 - 06/09/19 09:31 AM

Havenít handled the XL yet but Iím not sure Iím interested given how accurate the little one is. Seems to be a 320 compact

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: 008]
      #332005 - 07/09/19 02:32 PM

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Havenít handled the XL yet but Iím not sure Iím interested given how accurate the little one is. Seems to be a 320 compact




https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/gun-re...o-zero-red-dot/

Quite a bit smaller than the 320 Compact...

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Ripp]
      #332027 - 07/09/19 11:07 PM

Damn, now I want a flat trigger.....

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: 008]
      #332038 - 08/09/19 04:11 AM

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Damn, now I want a flat trigger.....




Our local indoor range has an 365XL to rent with the red dot on it.. plan to go run a few through it next week during my "range day"...

I did just get my 15 round mag in the mail yesterday from Sig.. carry it in addition to the 12 rounder in the gun..a lot of firepower in such a small package.. and very very accurate.. amazingly actually for the size ..

First time in my life where it seems "size" doesn't matter..

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Ripp]
      #333058 - 05/10/19 08:01 PM

NEW 365 SAS Model..

Snag free with very unusual new electronic sighting system. First of its kind...Green dot system..
NO visible sights on gun.. to snag--

https://gununiversity.com/sig-p365-sas-review/

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Ripp]
      #333067 - 06/10/19 04:05 AM

"Slick top"! That was the coined word for unmarked PC's(police car/cruiser).

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Daryl_S]
      #333092 - 07/10/19 01:10 AM

Quote:

"Slick top"! That was the coined word for unmarked PC's(police car/cruiser).




Buddy of mine demo'd one of these with the new sighting system...said it's pretty cool..nothing like it..

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Ripp]
      #333191 - 08/10/19 04:15 PM

G'Day Fella's,

WOW!, that looks interesting.
Thanks for sharing Ripp.

D'oh!
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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: Homer]
      #333194 - 08/10/19 04:57 PM

Looks good for fast shooting on man sized targets at reasonable close range.

How effective would it be for finer target shooting, like us plebs do? From the small image at the bottom of the article, not fine accuracy? For "SAS" work, could it be used for head shots?

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Re: New Sig Sauer P365 [Re: NitroX]
      #333200 - 08/10/19 11:12 PM

Quote:

Looks good for fast shooting on man sized targets at reasonable close range.

How effective would it be for finer target shooting, like us plebs do? From the small image at the bottom of the article, not fine accuracy? For "SAS" work, could it be used for head shots?




No idea about the 365 but I carry a 320 Subcompact and it is an absolute laser. In fact, the whole P250/P320 platform is. Have shot ground squirrels and grouse with the P250 series which differs only in the DAO trigger.

Now reading more about the 365 it appears the bugs have been worked out.

FWIW: I carry one of two depending on clothes; a Ruger EC9S and the 320 SC. I ignore the safety on the Ruger so the manual of arms thus is exactly the same between pistols and the triggers are close, too, something very important as I've experienced and seen in training with others. {Amazing what number of slip-ups can occur when bouncing from one set of controls to another.}

Had the 365 been out and proven when I got my 320SC I might have gone that route and it seems a good one at this point. Then it was a bit shaky. Not uncommon for SIG, as much as I like them.

Thanks to RIPP for posting and giving us his experience. I've given up on rag reviews as they have proven over and over to be biased and nearly useless. Better to get the skinny from somebody who just reports the facts!

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