Description

MAKE : SIG SAUER
MODEL : P365
CARTRIDGE : 9 MM LUGER
CAPACITY : 10+1-ROUND
BARREL LENGTH : 3.1"
FINISH : BLACK
LENGTH : 5.8"
MAGAZINE TYPE : REMOVABLE
Introducing the game changing P365. Micro-compact everyday carry size with unprecedented 10+1 full-size capacity. The P365 is striker-fired, with the clean crisp trigger pull you expect from a SIG. Lightweight and easy to conceal, the P365 is chambered in 9mm and is rated for +P ammunition. Included standard are XRAY3 Day/Night sights, a 10-round flush fit magazine, and a 10-round extended magazine.

ITEM DETAILS
Action Type: Striker Fired

Barrel Length: 3.1"

Capacity: 10+1-Round

Cartridge: 9 mm Luger

Finish: Black

Front Sight: X-Ray 3

Length: 5.8"

Magazine Included: 2 x 10-Round

Magazine Type: Removable

Muzzle: Plain

Rear Sight: X-Ray 3

Stock Material: Polymer

Weight: 1.11 lbs
SKU#: 3659BXR3
100-026-870WB

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Canceled my preorder with Brownells.
Went with Bass Pro Shop because it was available.
Got it 3 months ago.
~ 700 rounds thru it : not a single malfunction.

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4 FTEs in 1k rounds, all of them within the first 250
Rounds of 115gr WWB, I switched to 124gr and 147gr both hollow and Range ammo, the gun has been flawless. I've been using LUCAS grease and gun oil, it's worked great, No issues with my P365.

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I ordered mine Jan.31st, received it June 27th, my EDC was a Smith Wesson Performance Center Shield, I honestly thought it was the best subcompact period. I saw all the negative stuff about the 365 and decided I wouldn’t trust it until I really tested it. I received it, stripped it and cleaned it. Fit , fitnush and feel were phenomenal. I took it to the range and mixed it with 7 kinds of ammo from 115 grain reloads to 147 grain hollow points, I literally tried to get this thing to jam. It ran flawlessly. With the 12 round mags its actually comfortable to shoot. For the the people tagging on this obviously they don’t own one. Sig hit a home run with this gun.

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Don't own one and WON'T own one until Sig GROUPS THEIR POOP.
Another epic multi fail video posted just this week: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjfiOzQP61Q

I REALLY wan't to trust and own a P365... perhaps gen 3 or gen 4 they will finally produce a reliable firearm. :/

*search youtube and filter by date for more recent videos.

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Hahaha... Hundreds of thousands of P325 sold. I laugh in amazement when a handful of YouTube videos keep someone from buying a gun. Sig has reported that return rates are a fraction of a percent. Keep ripping on a gun that you haven't tried for yourself, I'll enjoy mine. Hahaha

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Say's the Sig fan boi who can't even get ANY of his numbers right! lol

They have one at a range nearby that has been loaded with aforementioned issues and includes magazine jams not wanting to push rounds up.

Trigger feels good, capacity to size is good but unfortunately the reliability in many areas needs a major work over.

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Hahaha... Giving me grief on a number typo, he makes a grammatical error hahaha... Not a Sig fanboy at all. If anything, one could say I'm a Glock fanboy... I however, do not rely on The Military Arms channel for all of my research on a particular firearm. The return numbers are fractional based on the number of P365's sold, and the gun that I personally own functions flawlessly. All I'm trying to say is a sweet little piece. The negative publicity just makes me laugh.

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Obviously I meant P365's hahaha

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don't bring that BS reman ammo test in here lol, go try the gun for yourself, mine has worked flawlessly

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No mention in video it's reman ammo and even if there was there are lot's of firearms out there that will eat anything you feed it. When your life depends on your little safe queen, you'd better pray it works. WWW is filled with P365 complaints, all it takes is research.

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Talked with Sig tech support. They claim to have all issues FIXED? in the new Gen 2.

* Firing pins that were breaking are now simply heat treated differently.
* Drag marks on primers are now considered "normal"
* They say nothing was wrong with trigger springs and broken assemblies as many have reported.

**Sig Warranty only covers shipping fees for 1 year from date of purchase.

Sure, it's small and looks nice, mag is descent but should have been made with rails facing OUT instead of inward to allow mag extensions.
Would you really trust your life to this firearm functioning correctly when you need it most? As of now, I sure wouldn't but do hope Sig groups their poop and fixes things right in Gen 3.

Lube, Band-Aid's, JB Weld, Bailing Wire and Duct Tape now included with each Gen 2 P365

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wow, you must be really butt hurt over this gun for some reason, people like it, people buy it, the majority have no problems, go enjoy your life instead of wasting it on bashing an inanimate object :p

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Your barking up the wrong tree and unsuccessfully trying to speak for the majority. News Flash - the world needs consumer funded R&D crash test dummies whom trust a firearm that's repeatedly shown to have numerous issues. When your new P365 fails when you need it most you may find yourself to be the inanimate object... Personally, I'll wait until they stop having failures before buying.

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I funny thing just dawned on me...out of the 339 plus comments on this post, I have not read one comment of anyone having THEM, THEMSELVES issues with a p365 purchased through this website. Always about what they've read, viewed on YouTube or second hand information. Now...correct me if I am wrong, I may have not read all of them. I am not saying I don't believe guns have failures but how else can issues get fix. I have to say mines works great so far, and thanks for the earlier quarks because I feel now is a better gun. I believe this gun is great and will become better.
Carry your gun, enjoy your gun, but don't trust your life in your gun. Trust you life in your good judgement, that will save your life!

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Way too many problems still on youtube, forums, etc....

Quit fubar rushing things Sig and return to the quality of yesteryear. :/

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I received my p365 a couple of days ago. After calling sig's costumer support for a birth date on my sig, I was told it came to this world on 6/23/2018. I asked also for report on the new changes done on this new weapon. Among the changes we already know(cuts in barrel to address pinning and sigjts) I was told changes were made on the firing pin system. Specifically on the firing pin spring cups. This addresses the issue with dry firing and the impact, there is a change in the sound when you dry fire know compared to the older version of the p365. I can also say when I took it to the range and fired over 200 rounds I had 0 failures. Most important, after reviewing my empty shells the primer drag was reduced drastically. More than 1/3 of the shells had no primer drag. The ones that did, were not as severe as some of the pictures I've seen.

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Ordered 2/22/18. Just got the order fulfilled shipping notice.

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Ordered on 1/31, it's almost August - 8 months of waiting.

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Cancel the order and buy one somewhere else.

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Finally on the way!! Ordered 2/2

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At my local shop right now for $450 on sale brand new in box. Tell me why I should not get it!!!!???!!!! :-/

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Grab it at that price. I held one and loved the ergos on it. I'm gonna wait til these early bugs get solved and snag one. This is one fantastic small CCW pistol and I'll own one at some point myself.

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I am a die hard youtuber and although I have to admit I have seen several videos concerning the issues with the sig 365. I also have seen more videos from people shooting over 1000 rounds trough this little gun. I am not saying this to justify myself for buying it, I go in clearly believing its a one of a kind gun and I am willing to take the chances. Even if I end up having to buy after market parts to make more functional.

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Your really not taking a chance. The P365 is a phenomenal little gun and in it's configuration requires NO after market parts, that includes the new striker. SIG backs up the product with a lifetime warranty just in case. Make sure and get a couple of 12 round mags and a UpLULA.

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Thanks, it's nice to hear such positivity and I agree. Especially with so much of the opposite happening.

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Just ordered mine at sportsman guide, 4 way easy payment for members.

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Mid-Summer 18'. Just thought to myself, "Hm. Wonder what's the latest on the SIG 365?"

Scan a few youtuber chanels, pistol forums and this site formerly known as Slickguns. And this is what I find? Still!? Damn it, SIG.

Can they do anything right outside the beloved 220-series pistols and decent (if over-priced) rifles? Ive had a Kahr 9mm the same size as the 365 (w/ 1/2 the mag capacity unfortunately) for nearly a decade that's been 100% reliable. Reading all these threads others have carried a lot of reliable micro and subcompact-9mm's for years as well. Don't say all micro-9's have those issues, because they don't.

SIG should just quit making everything other than rifles and 220-series pistols until they get this 365 shit cleared away. Quit making SIG shirts, hats and fleshlights, SIG red-dot sights and other paraphernalia. Quit making any other superfluous handgun that's intended usage isn't covered by a 220-series pistol or the P365 until this is resolved. Its just embarrassing. Just fix it or suspend the design for awhile and bring out a version 2.0... Which really may be what's required to reinstall some confidence in the 365 at this point anyway.

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their 22x series guns aren't doing THAT much better. there's lots of reports of frames cracking on the 220 and 226 series guns, which is disheartening considering sig 22x series guns were LEGENDARY for being overbuilt tanks

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All sorts of problems with this gun still. They stopped production and had to redesign something shortly after they sent out T&E. Still dragging on primes and breaking firing pins. The videos are out there just searchjusjsearch.

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You don't see any comments here saying how awesome this gun is because we are all out shooting it. I received mine last month and have had zero problems, but you know how the squeaky wheel works :p Just don't order from brownells, they get like 3 guns in per month, your local gun shop is a better bet if you actually want to receive a gun this year.

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You said it right. Use your local gun stores. I've had my 365 for 2 weeks and the gun has flat out performed. You can tell the difference in the gen 1 and 2 when it is dry-fired. A buddy and I tested it. He's got the gen 1 but has had zero issues, as have I. This gun is awesome and I carry it every day. No complaints.

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Taurus G2C is a better quality than this

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If so BOZO why is the $500 P365 sold out and the $200 Taurus sale proof?

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Here the proof the G2 is better. Have fun watching it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok5QQKtkVP0&app=desktop

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Nice one year warranty btw. Even High-Point has a lifetime warranty. You tar-ass fan boys would be funny if you weren’t so pathetic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9Qfof2_Tl8

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We can play that game all day long. Ouch
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brweCU99-ic

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Except your video is from some no-name dude and shows no malfunctions in it, whereas he posted a video from MAC that showed malfunctions of 365 in real time. Looks like you’re losing that game.

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Cost and popularity aren't bound to quality in any way. From a reliability standpoint, the Taurus is a better gun. This is actually demonstrable with empirical evidence not simply hearsay. It's possible to argue the merits of the Sig, but not from reliability. Those $200 Taurus guns we love to loathe are a lot of things, but unreliable ain't one.

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Hopefully you don't believe that. Reliability and a Taurus in the same sentence? LOL.
What a maroon.

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SIG P365 looks good but has a lot pf problems. First there is the fiting pin dragging on the primer then there have been several cases of the firing pin braking, trigger mechanism cracking. This gun is NOT ready for prime time. Wait until Sig fixes the problems (and they will) before you get it. Until then stick to Glock 43. While the 10+1 sounds great an unreliable gun is worthless no matter how many rounds it has.

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You might want to buy one of these to go with it if you plan on using it for CCW. https://shop.lspi.com/Steel-Striker-For-SIG-P365-Pistols-LS-7365.htm
Not sure what you do about the trigger fails though.

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Fix your stuff Sig, there should be no reason to have to spend a bunch more money to be assured it does what it's supposed to out of the box. :/

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The ISPI striker aren't MIM made in India. It made in the USA and why it keep getting sold out. Most of Sigs parts are made in India.

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Why does this "deal" keep getting posted. Idk why anyone would want a gun that has a myriad of issues and trust their life to a gun that has so many reported issues. At this point the Taurus g2 would be better, it holds same number of rounds and is more reliable at half the cost.

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I placed my order in April, so it'll be at least a few more months before it ships. And I'm perfectly fine with that. Hopefully, SIG has all the kinks worked out by then.

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Ordered on Feb 1, 2018 and finally received shipping notice on June 28, 2018.

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YES! I missed the email yesterday but mine shipped too! Preordered 2\1. Finally, the wait is over!

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Just got mine from my local shop in Gainesville, FL. 50 people on the list behind me. I've carried my glock 43 for quite some time, this gun is indeed easier to carry. I will say the trigger and feel of the gun while shooting is different. Not a bad different at all, just different.

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Range report appreciated.

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