Talk me out of a P365....

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  • Bob A

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    Nov 11, 2009
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    Have never had a problem with 365X not “going bang” when I pull the trigger, nor “going bang” without trigger being pulled.
    Never implied that it did. Merely remarking on the effective performance of a cheap(er) handgun.
     

    Biggfoot44

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    Aug 2, 2009
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    Have never had a problem with 365X not “going bang” when I pull the trigger, nor “going bang” without trigger being pulled.

    Well yeah , it's considered a given that a SIG is expected to go bang .

    Presumably Bob's point was praise for ultra budget micro 9s that also will reliably go Bang . He was calling out the Diamondback . For that matter , my feedback shows likewise for SCCY .

    Are they as desirable for enthusiasts as P365/ Shield/ Hellcat/ G43 ? Nah . But people scraping by , on fixed incomes , etc need self protection also . If your potential budget is much closer to $200 than $600 , it can make the difference in being armed or not .

    And those two are much better options than previous .25acps , Hi Points , Cobras , etc .
     

    Bob A

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    I read it the same way you did, Phx.
    Sorry for the confusion.

    I think that there's a bit of negativity in general around in the posts on this site, and it seems not unreasonable, under those circumstances, to assume that I was backhanding the 365. Not my intention. I was pleased to have read that the DB9 was reliable and happy to consume whatever it was fed.
     

    Art3

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    Jan 30, 2015
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    Loving the macro, but I've gone through two nice holsters before finding what felt best. As corny as it sounds, ended up with a essential holsters naked holster (minimalist) and I finally settled in. I have a four brothers holster I bought not realizing it was specifically built for the macro with a tlr-7 on it. LOL. Let me know if anyone is in need. :)
    Do you still like the naked holster? I just found out about them and am curious.
     

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