Sig Sauer P-365 9mm


#1

DOES ANYONE KNOW IF SIG FIXED THE PROBLEM WITH THE ORIGINAL 365. DOES ANYONE KNOW if sig shipping out the fixed ones?


#2

HaHa
roll the dice and find out…


#3

They did release a new version which they claim to fix stuff - it also includes night sights.

I haven’t done research into it beyond that though.


#4

Not a good idea, they seem to fix the issues but their customer service was not very friendly. (About the only thing I think Glock does better lol)


#5

I would say the P365 is pretty reliable. BOD - 4-16-18
10,250 rounds as of 10-11-18
AMMO I have used
Aguila 115 FMJ
Blazer Brass 115 (1000)
Freedom Munitions 115, 124, 135 148 FMJ, 124 XTP
Winchester 115 FMJ
Remington UMC 115 Range Buckets (6)
Federal Aluminum 115 (1200 rounds)
Federal American Eagle 115 gr FMJ
Federal American Eagle 115 gr TSJ Syntech Jacket
Sig Sauer 365 Ammo FMJ & JHP (300 FMJ - 80 JHP)
Ammo Inc. 115 TMC (600)
American Gunner XTP 115 (50), 124 (50), 124+P (50)
Reloads 115 (LOTS) Plus others I cant remember right now.

1 FTLB - thumb riding slide lock.
1 FTE Aluminum after 100-ish rapid fire rounds.
Other than those, I have had ZERO problems.
One tough little gun.
More fun to shoot now with green Lima365 Laser. Love it.



#6

Great info! Thanks.


#7

Got one too, but not near as many rounds as you. Glad you are demonstrating good reliability for a new design.


#8

I have one. Haven’t put as many rounds through mine as joeb1 has - but have a good 500-ish of Blazer Brass through it, along with about 50 147gr HST. Not a single malfunction. I wouldn’t call it a “good all day range gun”, as after about 200-300 around the aggressive grip texture tends to kind of make your hands sore. But it’s an incredibly accurate, light recoiling firearm. Compared to the G43, which tends to “walk” out of your hands with recoil even with a very, very tight grip - the p365 just sits nicely and keeps throwing lead down range.

As long as it has night sights and/or the box says “365-9-bxr3”, it’s the “version 2” product.