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Anyone actually see a Sig P365 yet?

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2 hours ago, Rebels010 said:

I didn't like how he tried to deflect it on user error. If your going to own it, fully own it. 

Agreed.  The gun doesn't work reliably; Sig should have some integrity and admit that instead of trying to pretend it's because of operator error.

I still think Sig will likely fix the problems -- remember that the S&W Shield and the Springfield XDS were also recalled pretty much immediately after their introduction, and they got those guns straightened out.  Making tiny 9mms work reliably is apparently a difficult task.  But we know it can be done.

When the post-recall versions get down to around the $425 mark, I expect I'll own one.


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