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    Default Sig P365... itís true what they say

    Well.... I can say Iím amazed. Itís true what they say about the P365. I had the opportunity to handle one yesterday and couldnít leave without it.

    The the slide is the same width as a cm9 (.90 in.) and the frame is a tad thinner (.02 in.) as the Kahr frame bulges a little. Other dimensions with a mag in the pistol are so close itís not worth mentioning any difference. Grip is excellent. Weight it slightly heavier by about 2 oz. more with an empty mag. If this thing runs good and holds up to shooting like my Kahr Iíll be without words...


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    Welcome to the club. It is a very, very interesting firearm. Try it in your PM9 holsters. It fits perfectly in every one of mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 340pd View Post
    Welcome to the club. It is a very, very interesting firearm. Try it in your PM9 holsters. It fits perfectly in every one of mine.
    Yep, itís incredible it fits them all, even the kydex. I actually have an older stiff leather holster for the cm9 and the Sig is looser than the Kahr.

    Iím thinking about getting one of these:
    https://kusiakleather.com/products/kusiak-iwbs

    Need to get me a DeSantis Nemmis dedicated to this too for pocket carry. It deserves its own holsters. If it wasnít for mowing the grass I could have shot it today.

    Hereís the worst part. When I brought it home yesterday the wife saw it and said I should have got 2 of them. I tried to get her to go with me but she didnít. I can see now if she shoots it and likes it Iíve lost it as supply has all dried up again....
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    I hear the trigger is similar to a Kahr.

    Maybe NOW Justin will start thinking about a double stack? Hmm???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    I hear the trigger is similar to a Kahr.

    Maybe NOW Justin will start thinking about a double stack? Hmm???
    The trigger to me seems like a cross between a XD and a glock. The sights are nice. The front sight jumps out at you.
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    I've got the hots for one of these bad...Still haven't been able to find one to check out yet...My only reservations are about the problems they had at first but it seems they have those issues under control...I pocket carry and was wondering about the width at the bottom of the magazine that prints in jeans, is it much wider there than a PM9?....As much as I love my PM9 I really like having more ammo in the gun ready to go rather than possibly having to fumble with a reload....All in all this seems like the best of both worlds with size vs ammo capacity....Hope to fondle one soon..
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    Quote Originally Posted by getsome View Post
    ..I pocket carry and was wondering about the width at the bottom of the magazine that prints in jeans, is it much wider there than a PM9?..
    Bottom of grip/mag measurements
    Side to side:
    cm9/pm9 = .90 in.
    P360 = .98 in.

    Front to rear
    cm9/pm9 = 1.91 in.
    P380 = 1.73 in.
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    I was thinking about one, but decided I didn't want a SIG without a hammer or the DA/SA trigger.

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    yqtszhj, Just face it you're in love with the sweet little sig.

    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Bottom of grip/mag measurements
    Side to side:
    cm9/pm9 = .90 in.
    P360 = .98 in.

    Front to rear
    cm9/pm9 = 1.91 in.
    P380 = 1.73 in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Bottom of grip/mag measurements
    Side to side:
    cm9/pm9 = .90 in.
    P360 = .98 in.

    Front to rear
    cm9/pm9 = 1.91 in.
    P380 = 1.73 in.
    Interesting, I reported a test review that my club did a few months back. I posted on this forum. One thing I did not care for was the light striker fired trigger. Especially for a EDC firearm. I will say I shoot a lot of DAO. And I love the trigger on my both my Kahr CW380 and my Nano 9mm. Smooth, deliberate all the way through. One member of another forum who is very experienced shooter and a big fan of the Sig 365 said "Not sure if I like the trigger on the 365 for carry". I understand that triggers are subjective, but Kahr owners should be very proud of their tiggers. Aways highly praised.

    Well after shooting a 1,000 rds though the 365. Which by the way is a lovely firearm. I made a decision to go and buy the Kahr CM9 which I just purchased today. If it is anywhere near as reliable, and smooth shooting as my Nano, I will be one very happy owner.

    PS As some of you know, Kahr now has a $45.00 rebate.

    I love the small guns. Looking forward to adding the CM to the others I own. the only one that is not a DAO is the Ruger LC9S which I no longer EDC as the trigger just became too light. It was down to 4lbs of pull, and did not like the fast break. That was when I found the Nano and never looked back.


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