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Glock 43 v Sig P365

Discussion in 'Gun and Product Reviews' started by tomballpa, Apr 4, 2018.

  1. Geezer

    Geezer Available For Parties TGT Supporter

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    I'm a Glock fan. They work and they work with very few parts inside. They are extremely simple and easy to disassemble and then reassemble. But, I will say that Sig hit a home run by getting 10 rounds into that small space.
     


  2. TxStetson

    TxStetson Usually Here TGT Supporter Lifetime Member

    I don’t regret my purchase in any way.
     
  3. candcallen

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    I felt that way about my first wife too. Till I realised she was a bit too wide, squat and i couldnt stand the noise she made or way she moved.

    Much like a sig, I had to pay someone to take her away.
     
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  4. GoPappy

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    I was all set on buying a P365, and then I find out they now have a P365xl. So I have go research the differences.

    I handled a co-worker’s P365 and it felt just about perfect even with the 10 round mag. It would probably be even better with the 12 rounder.
     
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  5. Kar98

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    Half an inch longer barrel. Half an inch longer grip.
     
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  6. leVieux

    leVieux Old Guy "Have Gun; Won't Travel !"

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    I always advise those new to concealed carry that their "best gun" to begin with is the one which would be most likely to BE THERE when needed. The more compact model is more likely to BE THERE. We never know when we'll need a weapon, remember. leVieux
     
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  7. Kar98

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    Indeed. The micro 9 in your pocket beats the Buntline you've got at home.
     

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