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    Iíve got a grip chopped TP9 and am looking at options for a pocket pistol. Iíve been considering a PM9 or a Sig P365. Anyone have feedback between the two?

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    I have both. The pm9/cm9 is slightly smaller and lighter than the p365. It pocket carries a little better. That said I like them both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    I have both. The pm9/cm9 is slightly smaller and lighter than the p365. It pocket carries a little better. That said I like them both.
    It looks like the p365 is similar to a P9 in size, is it significantly different in pocket carry? Which one shoots better? Thanks!

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    Itís actually closer to the pm9. Sig shoots better for me but there is not a significant difference for pocket carry, just very slightly taller and 3 oz.heavier. Pic is below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Itís actually closer to the pm9. Sig shoots better for me but there is not a significant difference for pocket carry, just very slightly taller and 3 oz.heavier. Pic is below.

    Those are a lot closer than the numbers make it look. Iíll see if I can find one in a local shop to check out. Thank you for the help!

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    I carry a CM9. Love it, works great. That said...I like the extra round count and better factory supplied sights you get with the P365. If it had been available when I was shopping for a 9mm pocket carry handgun, not sure the CM9 would have come home with me.

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    I have them both and like them both, but pocket carry neither.

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    I have both and regardless of the measurements, I find the Sig to be a more difficult to pocket carry than my PM9. For some reason it just feels overall to be a larger gun.
    The trigger systems are so different comparing the two as to which shoots best is difficult. I have installed the Sig flat trigger on one of my Sigs and found that combination worked very well for me.
    Overall, the Sig in a Vedder Lighttuck carried AIWB has been my choice for the past year and a half. I find if I am going out for a walk of have need for something pocket carried I grab my LCPII

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Itís actually closer to the pm9. Sig shoots better for me but there is not a significant difference for pocket carry, just very slightly taller and 3 oz.heavier. Pic is below.

    I carry IWB at 1:30 so slide length is critical. I can carry my CT380 or CM9 comfortably but my P9 is a little too long. This pic convinces me that I can carry a P365 comfortably.

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    I have both, but IF I pocket carry I prefer the Kahr PM9. The grip is slightly thinner and it's easier to get a combat grip on the firearm.

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