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    I second the Sig SP2022 I bought one in .40 cal and it is a great gun have put some 800 rounds through it and never any problem with cheap ammo to steel ammo to defense rounds.
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    Skip several Starbucks and pay the difference. If price is always your 1st priority- you will likely never be happy with anything you buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GerSan69 View Post
    I agree with the OP, $450 max is what I see, too. Too many decent competitors out there to justify a premium price. They'll definitely come down eventually.
    Good point. Anyone know of any mfr models challenging the P365 at the moment? Maybe the Lc9 or maybe the Kimber evo?
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    It is a Sig and they are proud of their name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    Good point. Anyone know of any mfr models challenging the P365 at the moment? Maybe the Lc9 or maybe the Kimber evo?
    not around here, the EVO ,possibly a little later when it becomes more familiar to people?
    the 365 and the CZ P-10 are still kind of the hot tickets here and still hard to locate in stock,.
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    My last two polymer gun purchases were below $300, Taurus PT guns. Paying >$400 for a poly gun seems really silly. Yes, I know that eliminates the biggest name in polymer guns, but they don't fit my hand well enough for me to care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    My last two polymer gun purchases were below $300, Taurus PT guns. Paying >$400 for a poly gun seems really silly. Yes, I know that eliminates the biggest name in polymer guns, but they don't fit my hand well enough for me to care.
    I don't care for the way the 365 feels in my hand at all. Glocks "European" grip angle is something I don't care for either.
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    Sig up the ante and have come out with the 365XL. A friend just bought one, this morning, for the full $579.99 Retail. Had in my hands and going to go with him to shoot it tomorrow.

    I can really begin to hate SIG! The thing that kept me away from the 365 was the size. I shot them, but wasn't sure. The 365XL actually feels better and has the same round count as the G2C.

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    Yea, I handled one at my local dope de---ahh Gun shop/Range just a few days back.
    I believe its about a 1/2 inch longer barrel--likely 3.5 inch?
    comes standard with a 12 Plus 1 mags, so the grips is a bit longer.
    Haven't actually looked up the specs so just estimating.
    Doesn't work for me as I bought mine as a front pocket weapon so the longer barrel and longer grip makes that near impossible for me. I am sure lots will like the slightly larger size.
    I shoot mine fine and it fits my hand very nicely, course being a human everything is dependent on the Human!
    Just took mine to the range to function test some Barnes Copper Hollow Point reloads for possible carry, it ate them like a fat kid eating cupcakes--as I expected it to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nimbly View Post
    I don't care for the way the 365 feels in my hand at all. Glocks "European" grip angle is something I don't care for either.
    I don’t plink with mine. I didn’t buy it for comfort of wear or use. It has a purpose (spoken like Agent Smith in The Matrix) and that purpose is to shoot 10-12 rounds when I want it to yet be so small that I forget it is in my pocket most of the time. I have a habit of wearing a pair of trousers or shorts 2-3 days in a row and my 365 never leaves that pocket. I have another bedside gun (several actually) who’s purpose is to just sit there on the bedside table (or in a holster hung over a bedpost) until needed.
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