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Originally Posted by Soup
. . . here in NJ you have to qualify with the pistol you intend to carry.

Modular platforms like the P365 can be a real advantage in states that tie CCW privileges to specific firearms. With a single P365 fire control unit (the part with the serial number), you can turn the gun into multiple configurations in minutes by merely switching out grip frames, barrels/slide assemblies, optics, and even calibers. Of course, you have to check the exact language of the law of the state in question to be sure of the extent that you can modify the gun between qualifications. If that's not enough, the model performs well across all configurations!


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Originally Posted by Cheyenne
Originally Posted by Soup
. . . here in NJ you have to qualify with the pistol you intend to carry.

Modular platforms like the P365 can be a real advantage in states that tie CCW privileges to specific firearms. With a single P365 fire control unit (the part with the serial number), you can turn the gun into multiple configurations in minutes by merely switching out grip frames, barrels/slide assemblies, optics, and even calibers.

That's a good point. Also some countries have limitations on the number of guns you can own, the Sig P365 (or the Sig 320 platform) would be perfect in that setting.

But... It can get expensive for those of us that treat them like adult LEGOs for the fun of it.

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Originally Posted by jerrywoodswalker
Originally Posted by Cheyenne
Originally Posted by Soup
. . . here in NJ you have to qualify with the pistol you intend to carry.

Modular platforms like the P365 can be a real advantage in states that tie CCW privileges to specific firearms. With a single P365 fire control unit (the part with the serial number), you can turn the gun into multiple configurations in minutes by merely switching out grip frames, barrels/slide assemblies, optics, and even calibers.

That's a good point. Also some countries have limitations on the number of guns you can own, the Sig P365 (or the Sig 320 platform) would be perfect in that setting.

But... It can get expensive for those of us that treat them like adult LEGOs for the fun of it.

Jerry


In the states, we shouldn't have to be worried about that kind of schidt. If there's a bunch of parts laying around, I'm going to build another one, or sell the excess. KISS..


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Soup,
Bought the same rig. With the safety.
Since I live in a 10 rnd max state the bigger platforms are handicapped by a mag plug. (Blame my politicians, not my beloved State)
Mine shoots very well. I expect you will have no issues qualifying with yours. Sig got the trigger right on the 365. It is very accurate.
The compact size hides very well.
Very happy with the choice I made. It’s 4 more rounds on board than my K frames and a bit easier to loose under a tee shirt.
Enjoy yours.


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Dont know about the P365 with safety, i've only purchased no safety models for Wife, i dont want her to have to worry with a safety under stress, in fact, just last week i bought her another P365 9mm at Osage County Guns for 399 bucks, no tax, free shipping, and my FFL guy doesnt charge me a background check fee, 400 bucks is a smoking deal for a new P365 with night sights.


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Makes a big difference when changing the grip module to a Wilson. That is, if you don't mind spending an extra $67.

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Gents,
I just received the pistol last night. Haven't had a chance to shoot it, but the fit and finish look good.
Not too small in my hand. Came with 3 mags and a plastic holster. The magazines have a 12 on them but since I'm in a 10 round state I guess there's a block in them. Does anyone know about a deal where SIG will send you an extra magazine?
All in all, so far, I'm happy with my purchase. Now I'm looking for an IWB holster.

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Originally Posted by Soup
Gents,
I just received the pistol last night. Haven't had a chance to shoot it, but the fit and finish look good.
Not too small in my hand. Came with 3 mags and a plastic holster. The magazines have a 12 on them but since I'm in a 10 round state I guess there's a block in them. Does anyone know about a deal where SIG will send you an extra magazine?
All in all, so far, I'm happy with my purchase. Now I'm looking for an IWB holster.

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before you shoot it, clean it. the packing gunk is thick.

ive got several, p365. p365xl, p365x.

shot steel, brass and aluminum, no problems


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Thank you all for your informative responses.
The holster that came with it is made of some sort of plastic.
It may be kyvix (spelling??) I’m not familiar with the product at all. Included were instructions plus an Allen key to tighten the holster so the pistol won’t fall out with vigorous shaking while upside down.
I’ve got 2 questions; won’t the plastic wear the finish off the pistol and is it uncomfortable worn IWB?
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
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