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Discussion in 'General' started by elderwatsondiggs, May 5, 2010.
home protection..need to get a Hornayd rapidsafe...
Really feenin for a lever gun ever since playing rdr2
Anybody have a Sig Sauer p365?
Whatcha wanna know? I got some range time in last Sunday with my boys 365.
How’s the feel? Worth it for a smaller pistol?
I would say your body type matters. I'm 6'3", 270lbs. I EDC a glock 17. Personally the 365 was too small for my hands. HOWEVER it was a very smooth shooter. The grip was tolerable with pinky extended magazine. Only downside I felt when shooting was a lot of muzzle rise due to the compactness and light weight. My boy that edc's it is about 5'6", 155lbs. He loves the 365, it fits him well. Personally, for the price I would stick to maybe a glock 19. But I can see how the Sig 365 could be a viable option for the right sized person.
@the antihype how well would you rank it in terms for ccw?
Concealability, and weight are A1. However as far as getting a reliable grip on the gun from let's say an appendix carry, i would not want to rely on that tiny grip. So if you have small hands by all means, go for it. It was really fun to shoot though. The grip texture was nice too.
Doing some upgrades to my guns to stop me from buying more. I have my eyes on the glock 19 gen 5 MOS. But I switched the trigger out myself on my p320
I wish I could do that .I have a gen 4 but my departments arsenol automatically changes our trigger pull to 12 pounds.
My accuracy definately takes a hit.
You with NYPD?
Been playing around with some bolt guns over the last few weeks. Joined an outdoor range that goes out to 1000 yds.
Howa 1500 Heavy barrel, KRG bravo stock/chassis and a cheap FFP scope I got in a trade that has worked pretty well.
I will say that reloading for rifle is way different than pistol. Still trying to get that down.
DOC but we have similar firearms policies. We even shoot at their range.
Still undecided between the 365 and the M&p compact 2.0.
range close to me didnt have either one to rent so im in the dark
I like the M&P but never shot the 365 ...
Usually hit up the range with my fam or go shooting out in the country but still never actually purchased a weapon. What's a good, reliable all around handgun to get for range, home protection etc.
If your not going to carry it I would get something around the size of a glock 19 or M&P compact. Ive heard good things about CZ also but havent shot one yet.
I want to shoot the p365 but I’m sure no ranges in ca will have them
12 lbs trigger
thing is prolly gritty as dollar store toilet paper
i get it tho. a squeezed trigger must be as deliberate as possible in those environments. no wonder why theyre so innaccurate in shoot outs
I like the 12 rounds in the p365. Brother in Law has a shield and its a good gun. Part of the reason for me wanting to just get the compact 2.0
If I was in the market for a new gun, I’d go with the M&P compact, simply because you usually find them $100 cheaper than the Glock 19, and they’re ready to go out of the box.
Of course you really cannot go wrong with a Glock, especially the new gen 5’s
Isn’t it 10+1?
Yea they also have a 12 rnd mag. Its 50 bucks but still 12rnds
anyone have experience with Olympic Arms K23 series? in the market for an AR pistol, also open to suggestions.
Eyeing a Remington 870 Super Mag wood grain as my first gun.
Mainly for home defense but going to keep an 18.5 barrel for that use and keep the stock (I believe) much larger barrel for hunting if I ever decide to take it up.
Anyone have this or any thoughts on it?