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I'm Done With The Sig Sauer P365...

Which Firearm To Replace Sig Sauer P365??

  • Glock 26

    Votes: 1 16.7%
  • Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 Compact 3.6"

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Kimber 1911 Ultra

    Votes: 2 33.3%
  • Sig Sauer P320 X-Carry

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Walther PPQ SC

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Walther PPQ M2 4"

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • CZ 75 Compact

    Votes: 2 33.3%
  • Other

    Votes: 1 16.7%

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I took my P365 to the range again this morning. I have come to the determination that it is just not for me. I think it is mainly due to the size of my hands vs the size of the firearm. So, I am going to be looking to get something else.
I thought about a Glock 43X, but I am not a fan of that two tone look. I would prefer something about the size of the Glock 19 (or slightly smaller) in stainless, but that limits my choices. I am looking for suggestions on what to get.

I have handled an S&W M&P 2.0 and they feel okay. I guess that a Glock 26 would work and be a lot less snappy than the P365. A Glock 19X is is only slightly larger than the Glock 19, so that might be an option. I am not fond of the grips on the XD pistols or the CZ P-10 line. A Stery C9-A1 might also be an option. Feel free to chime in with some ideas/suggestions. Thanks.
 
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What caliber are you mainly looking at? and how do you intend to carry?
Lots of really great options out there, but gotta sort through them a little to find a good fit for YOU!
Me, I carry a 1911 full size! After that, a full size M-92F or a Jericho 941, after that a officers size 1911 or a Para Warthawg compact.
The PPQ-M are very nice, as are the M-92 Compacts, and I have been known to rock a CZ 82 frequently, so there is a couple of options from full size on down to compact! The only one I do not own is the PPQ-M, but I have shot them and do like them!
 
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What caliber are you mainly looking at? and how do you intend to carry?
Lots of really great options out there, but gotta sort through them a little to find a good fit for YOU!
Me, I carry a 1911 full size! After that, a full size M-92F or a Jericho 941, after that a officers size 1911 or a Para Warthawg compact.
The PPQ-M are very nice, as are the M-92 Compacts, and I have been known to rock a CZ 82 frequently, so there is a couple of options from full size on down to compact! The only one I do not own is the PPQ-M, but I have shot them and do like them!
My original post states that I am looking for something about the size of a Glock 19 or a little smaller. 9mm is preferable, but .45 ACP will work if the platform is right.
 
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"If you must choose, choose wisely..." Stevie Wonder is a better handgun shooter than me, so I have no dog in this fight. May your final choice meet the demands of your heart and of your mind...
 
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I got it listed this morning, but I removed the Glock 26 from my list of possible trades. I just think it will be too small like the P365. It may handle better, due to weight more and having a slightly longer barrel, but I just need something with a full size grip (or close to it).
 
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I got it listed this morning, but I removed the Glock 26 from my list of possible trades. I just think it will be too small like the P365. I may handle better, due to weight more and having a slightly longer barrel, but I just need something with a full size grip (or close to it).
I felt the same way until I added the +2 grip extention. It now holds 12+1 and fits my hand and conceals very well.
 

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How 'snappy' is the firearm with full power rounds?? The P365 is just way too snappy - even with subsonic ammunition.
The G26 has more weight on top, due to the larger mass and not at all snappy to me, but neither was the P365 for me.
Likely my impression is this way due to many years of carrying the G23 in .40 SW.
 
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Small = Snappy

My tiny Sig P290RS is plenty “snappy”, which is why I practice with it so much. It’s not a target pistol, but it conceals very well. That’s the trade off.

My CZP-01 conceals just OK, but is not very “snappy” at all. Again, that trade off.
 
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If you want to stay with striker fired, same manual of arms, but just big enough to hold while still being concealable, I'd recommend a look at the CZ P-10S. I can't shoot micro guns worth a hoot, but I was able to hit the 3/4 IDPA steel weak hand only with this at 20 yards, Great little gun. I will also add it you like hammer fired,ally frame with decocker, loaded chamber indicator and great ergos the CZ-75 PCR is one of the best hammer fired CCW pistols ever made.

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If you want to stay with striker fired, same manual of arms, but just big enough to hold while still being concealable, I'd recommend a look at the CZ P-10S. I can't shoot micro guns worth a hoot, but I was able to hit the 3/4 IDPA steel weak hand only with this at 20 yards, Great little gun. I will also add it you like hammer fired,ally frame with decocker, loaded chamber indicator and great ergos the CZ-75 PCR is one of the best hammer fired CCW pistols ever made.

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I am not a fan of the grips on the P-10 pistols. They are way too course on the back strap. I will just wait until someone has a trade that I like. Might take a little while, but I will get there.
 

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