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SIG P365 9MM 3.1IN 10+1 SFTY

(5 Reviews)

SKU: 3659BXR3MS
Model: P365
UPC: 798681599479

$599.99$569.99

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While the P365 is a micro-compact pistol, it does not act like it. With two 10 round magazines, the size doesn't affect how many rounds can be carried. The flush and extended magazines allow shooter's of every size to fire the P365 comfortably. The P365 is rated for +P ammunition. The X-ray3 day/night sights allow for easy aiming in any condition without feeling the need to upgrade. The P365 features a nitron coated, stainless steel slide and frame, adding just enough weight for felt recoil to be reduced while still being light. This firearm is a top contender every day carry but is also enjoyable during target practice. 

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ManufacturerSig Sauer
Pricing UnitGN
ModelP365
UPC798681599479
SKU3659BXR3MS
Width7.7000
Length10.0000
Height2.5000
Weight2.4500

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5 reviews have been written for this product.

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01/04/2022
Paul
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I have been to the range once and shot approximately 100 rounds. No issues. Gun feels fantastic.

12/31/2021
David A
A favorite carry

I originally bought without the safety before that was an option. As I moved to appendix carry I found I wanted a safety. I bought the parts and made the conversion. This is possible because of the modular architecture. With a Vedder Light Tuck holster it is my favorite carry now. Small, fits my hand well, shoots great, has 10 9mm. Never had a failure with carry ammo.

12/14/2021
John
Fabulous !!!

I had been considering buying a Sig SauerP238 (.380) to replace my Taurus PT738 (.380) because my wife has the Sig and it is a great little gun. I was also debating about upgrading to a 9mm.

I saw the compact 9mm P365 in a sale email from S.P.B. so my wife and I went to check it out. It was love at first sight, and my wife said that she would buy it for me as an early Christmas gift. Naturally, I graciously accepted her generous offer.

I don't have large hands by any means, but the grip felt too short (10 round magazine) to feel in total control of the weapon. In the past I had added Pearson magazine extensions on my Taurus so I figured I'd do the same with my new Sig. I did and they made the feel perfect.

It was a couple of weeks before I could get back to the range to actually fire my new toy. What a thrill it was! Excellent balance and solid feel, perfect trigger pull and pressure, minimal recoil, smooth ammo feeding and ejection, etc., etc. I was 100% satisfied with my new daily companion.

If you are looking for a pistol of this type, use the Sig Sauer P365 as your measuring stick to compare others against. I'm betting that the Sig will go home with you.

12/14/2021
Tim F
Sig

This sigsauer 9 mm handgun what is the best I’ve ever bought it puts glock to shame. That’s all I can say. My every day concealed carry!

12/16/2021
Martin
P365

Own 3 of the P365 line and trigger pull runs from 6 lbs to 6 1/2 lbs. Size and this pull weight will initially have POI left of POA so practice to get used to the size for consistent grip and proper trigger pull for this small frame + pull weight.

This one however shoots way to far left and low. Not typical for the majority of P365 so a slight nudge to the right on the rear sight brought it back to center. The low problem seems to be going away with more practice rounds. Even sandbagged the POI is low.

Different brands of HP work functionally fine - no stoppages, but some are terrible with POA vs consistent POI. SIG V crown are the best so far but still too inconsistent enough to use with confidence.

Magazines however are WAY to pricey.