Nice pistol. Good shooting too!
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That's also how I bought mine this past February. Not impressed with the holster but I do like the three 12 round mags (hard as they are to load without a loader).My P365MS TacPac came with three 12 round magazines, holster, etc. Mine is all black. Nice find.
IIRC, the P365 Tacpac at our local shop was $550 which seemed like a pretty good value considering the price of their mags!My LGS is selling the 3x 12 magazine TacPac for the same price as the regular P365 (in-store only), so it was a no-brainer for me.
IIRC, the P365 Tacpac at our local shop was $550 which seemed like a pretty good value considering the price of their mags!
Good for you! You win the the thread...Got mine for $500, which was the cheapest of any other shops I've checked in my area.
From what I can tell what you get with the Talo exclusive version is the FDE grip module and baseplates. It looks a bit darker than Sig's coyote tan.After quickly regretting selling my first standard P365 (and first striker fired pistol), I came back to the fold. I found a 365 Tacpac at a LGS that came with two 12 round mags, one 15 round mag and a Sig holster that I haven't bothered to mess with yet. Standard P365 (May 1, 2021 mfg. date) with Black Nitron slide and Coyote frame without a manual safety. Dealer said it was a TALO exclusive (whatever that means) based on the 365-9-RTXR3-COY-TACPAC SKU#. I just thought is was a nice package.
Went to the range after field strip, clean and lube and went through 100 rounds of Federal and Fiocci115 gr FMJ and 25 rounds of Federal 147 gr FMJ FP. The gun performed as expected with no hiccups and accuracy as good as my skill level firing offhand unsupported. Semi rapid fire at 7 yds was satisfactory and hitting 10" steel plates at 25 yds consistently was a fun surprise. Looking forward to getting another 400 rounds with range and SD ammo though it before I put it in my carry rotation.
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While I had to sell my first P365 for financial reasons, I definitely know the feeling. I spent hours researching and handling guns in this size category and I ended up getting a P365 again.Congrats on your new 365, and don’t feel bad about regretting the sale of your first one as I did the same thing. Sold my 365, bought a Hellcat, then 7 months later I’m back to a 365. Some of us have to learn the hard way.