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Long story short, I ended up with a p365.

The first 200 rounds or so, it had the failure to return to battery. It happened with both mags and probably 20% of the time. It also failed to lock the slide back on the final round about half the time. When it did fail to return to battery, the lighest touch slid it home.

I cleaned it up, smoothed the extractor out, and oiled it up. Shot it over 200 more times and have had no failure to return to battery.  The slide still doesnt lock back every time shooting it one handed, but it does lock back about 90% of the time now two-handed.

Everyone that has held it pretty much loves it.  I've only had one complaint about it being too small actually. The frame is slightly wider than a Glock 43. Just a sliver. I think it feels great with either supplied mag. I'll try a 12 rounder if I ever see one. 

The trigger is quite nice with a good reset. The trigger feels even better shooting it. It "surprised" me a few times.  My Glocks never do that but better triggers do some times.

My front sight was dead as they all seem to be. I've already called Sig; the x-ray sights are supposedly on their way to me. 

I'll report back when I've put more rounds through it. I don't plan on cleaning it between now and then. 

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3 hours ago, Steelharp said:

According to individual company spec sheets, width:

SIG 1.0

Glock 43 1.02

SCCY 1.1

You're saying you see it as between the 43 and the SCCY. I haven't seen one yet, but with 10 rds, I'd think closer to the SCCY.

The p365 is 1.0 inches at the frame. The slide is narrower. It's closer to a 43. I'll see if I can take a picture shortly

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