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    I loved my PM9 and carried it everywhere UNTIL I shot the P365. That gun just fits me perfectly.
    I am spending a lot of time learning to shoot quickly very slowly and I find that extra half second between shots really works. In today's world of multiple carjackers, the amount of carried ammo just might become important. So much so that I added a CT laser to my second P365 and ordered a Vedder Lighttuck holster with the wing just to see if the extra width would affect my AIWB carry. It works, even with the 12 round mag.
    My thoughts with the laser, it might just be enough to put the fear of God into the bad guy enough so I may not have to pull the trigger.

    To those that carry AIWB, consider the possibility that any extra length in the XL version might cause discomfort while seated for a long time.
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    340pd: +1 on the laser being a possible deterrent. Just put one on my P380. I figure that 380 is so small, a BG might not see it and think you're pointing a finger at him...until he gets swept with the red dot.
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    Just for giggles, I just installed a Wilson Combat grip module on one of my P365's. It offers more aggressive stippling, a slightly longer beaver tail, and a slight palm swell which makes the gun fit much better than the stock grip with the least aggressive Talon's that I have on.
    I was not looking for an improvement in accuracy, just a better grip with sweaty hands and this certainly offers that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 340pd View Post
    Just for giggles, I just installed a Wilson Combat grip module on one of my P365's. It offers more aggressive stippling, a slightly longer beaver tail, and a slight palm swell which makes the gun fit much better than the stock grip with the least aggressive Talon's that I have on.
    I was not looking for an improvement in accuracy, just a better grip with sweaty hands and this certainly offers that.
    Looks GREAT!

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    I see you did the flat trigger thing on yours as well. I did mine, pretty happy with it.
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    Default New to me Sig 365-not a good fit


    I have small hands so I actually prefer the standard 365 grip with a 12 round mag and a Tactical Development straight grip sleeve. The one on the right. This grip sleeve fits better than the stock Sig sleeve and doesnít have the forward pinky flare.

    The XL grip on the left has a bit of a mag well flare and a longer beaver tail.

    The 365 on the right is ergonomic perfection for me.

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    small hands? That is NOT politically correct .... it's "digitally challenged hands" (I know - been there 68 years )


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    Have any of you shot the SIG SAS with the Mepro FT Bullseye? I have the Mepro FT Bullseye on one of my PM9's and it is super accurate at 7yds slow fire, I have yet to play around with it for point/shoot. I have been carrying a P9 Covert with NO SIGHTS for years. The SIG SAS just looks interesting.

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    I have not shot the SAS version. Most of the guys on Sig Talk donít like it. Complaints are generally that the no snag controls are too small and the sights are hard to acquire in good lighting and non existent in low or no lighting.

    Iíd love to rent one and try it out for myself.

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    small hands? That is NOT politically correct .... it's "digitally challenged hands" (I know - been there 68 years )


    jd
    Thanks for the clarification. Iíve only been digitally challenged for 63 years.

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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