- Aug 2, 2019
- Central Ma.
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The only thing Sig is innovating is quality control issues. The Sig of old was the quality Sig pistol, but things have changed significantly from Sig.I don't disagree. As usual, points well made and well spoken. It's not wrong to say that Sig "isn't doing anything earth shattering, though, outside of stuff like the P365 or the MPx." but those two examples carry some significant weight. I really can't think of any other gun makers that have introduced anything as innovative as the two products you mentioned in a pretty long time.
I can't say I blame Glock for their approach. If I was steering that boat I would likely chart the same course. They have a super reliable platform, but they are running out of ways to modify it. People say Glock is like Tupperware, but I think they are more like Rubbermade. You know everything they make will be molded plastic, will preform and last well, and look like shit. But you have no choice but to carry the flag and ride that wave.
I have always believed that if a company isn't moving forward they are dying. Sig is moving. And I really can't think of anyone else that comes close.
Actually, isn't this a bit backwards?The extra rounds don't account for much if I cant shoot it accurately.
If my hit percentage is higher on one platform vs the next, then that's what I'm going with, regardless of capacity.Actually, isn't this a bit backwards?
If you can't shoot a gun accurately, then having extra rounds becomes like the most important thing. Haven't you seen any of those videos from when the cops first went from revolvers to their new 17 round semi-autos? They "needed" all them extra rounds to score any hits on the bad guys...
sorry, I forgot to toggle sarcasm mode before my reply to your post above. I actually fully understand (and agree) with what your saying.If my hit percentage is higher on one platform vs the next, then that's what I'm going with, regardless of capacity.
I'm not a cop, I'm carrying for self defense, large capacity for me isnt as crucial. Getting 2 or 3 shots off Is the best case scenario for most conceal carry situations, getting the best odds for those few rounds is the most crucial. I cant prepare for the worst carrying with shorts and a tshirt in summer. Conceal carry is alot more difficult to conceal, I dont have the beauty of a giant police belt or chest rig running down to dunking donuts for a coffee.
I've got 4-5 rounds through mine....zero issues. I shoot it better than any other small carry gun I own (PM9, 38 Snubby). The trigger and sights work really well and the porting absolutely makes a difference. Just added the Sig Green Laser (Lima) and it makes a great EDC gun even more greater ;-)I just purchased a P365 SAS. I will chime in on my opinion after I put a couple hundred rounds thru it. So far even before I have shot it, I like it a little more than my P938.
Lol. So will this one work?
I see that same Yuuuge slide with disproportionate lower half. Felt majorly top heavy.
I shot a 365 next to a 43. I'll pass on the sig. The grip felt tiny, no support in my palm.
I purchased the SAS for my 365 and love it. I have the green Lima too, and like it, but I could do without it as well.Continue to be impressed with my P365 SAS (now with lima green laser). It shoots like a much bigger gun, yet I can still choose to pocket carry it.
The lima makes a great carry gun just stupid good...fast triple taps to center of mass feel effortless.
It's a keeper....all day/every day carry.
Nice job SIG.
A little bit of both - one less thing to get snagged as you draw, which if you practiced with your carry weapon wouldn’t be an issue, and a different sight perspective.What’s the deal with those sights? Can’t say I’ve seen those before. Any good or another gimmick? Purpose?
I have the standard 365 and have handled the SAS, the sights seem kinda cool but I guess I'm old school and prefer conventional sights. Not sure that I want the one gun I own w/ that type of sight to be my carry gun but I can certainly understand the appeal.Roger. Not familiar with guttersnipe type sights. learned something new. I’ll stick with my old ones that I’m used to.