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Old June 15th, 2019, 04:19 PM #71
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I like the P365, but I think I'd just get the X-Compact now.

Wait, I can't CC in Maryland. So, never mind.
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Old June 15th, 2019, 04:22 PM #72
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Can I ask where you found a 15rd mag? I called around to all the NoVa gun shops and nobody had them.
IP DK Firearms has them in stock for the moment. https://dkfirearms.com/product/sig-s...ound-magazine/
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Can I ask where you found a 15rd mag? I called around to all the NoVa gun shops and nobody had them.
Proven Arms (formally Quantico) has them on pre order.
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Old June 17th, 2019, 07:27 PM #74
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Regarding the SIG 365 with manual safety, I imagine that a lot of holsters won't fit it because of the safety. Anybody got a bead on a good IWB holster that will fit the P365 with safety?
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My P365 is new and not yet shot, but does anyone else have to give the magazines a good bump to get them to lock in the firearm, after loading? I do. It's more than I have to exert with other pistols, however, they do lock in.
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With one in the pipe and a full mag, mine does take a firm push to latch it in. Not worried about it. Any need in a real life problem scenario is going to have an adrenaline assist!

But no, no “bump” needed. Just pressing it in like I mean it. Feels about like my LCP2 or G43. Not buttery like my full sized pistols, but something like the P365 is at the hairy edge of tolerances to get you that 10+1 with the flat mag.
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My P365 is new and not yet shot, but does anyone else have to give the magazines a good bump to get them to lock in the firearm, after loading? I do. It's more than I have to exert with other pistols, however, they do lock in.
Yeah, the mag springs are obviously incredibly stiff to get that capacity.
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Yeah, the mag springs are obviously incredibly stiff to get that capacity.
Which DOES improve dramatically with only a few load/unload cycles.
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With one in the pipe and a full mag, mine does take a firm push to latch it in. Not worried about it. Any need in a real life problem scenario is going to have an adrenaline assist!

But no, no “bump” needed. Just pressing it in like I mean it. Feels about like my LCP2 or G43. Not buttery like my full sized pistols, but something like the P365 is at the hairy edge of tolerances to get you that 10+1 with the flat mag.
Even my mag is slower to drop than other pistols, but it does drop. Like you, I think the tolerances are really tight. Hoping use will
loosen things up. I did get the newly released P365 with thumb safety (my preference).
Appreciate the replies.
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Yeah, the mag springs are obviously incredibly stiff to get that capacity.
I think you're right!
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