For some perspective I have a Keltec P40 you can put a couple boxes through.
Where did that come from? The discussion is about members experience and opinions of "fun" shooting the P365. The OP plainly states "I would not describe" as fun to shoot. Followed by my opinion and reasons for same. Left it up to the members to decide. Magnum shooting discussion was a result a thread drift during conversational exchanges. I did not reject or argue any opinion posted by others. Every answer is of equal value. Certainly not better than anyone here. Please reread all my post this thread.ShootAlot44 could it be you are just looking for an argument? I've shot 44mag loads that will probably destroy your double action 44. Handloads for a Super Blackhawk using 365 gr. LBT design bullets. They approach .454 loads. They serve a purpose but aren't fun to shoot. I got my load data from John Linebaugh. These are dangerous game loads. They are hard on wrists and elbows. I'm now 76 years old and don't shoot them anymore. I have had friends who are hardcore handgun addicts who fired a couple of these loads and said no more. This doesn't make me better than anyone else here. Maybe just a little dumber. These loads will destroy your joints if you shoot enough of them. Some of these folks have attempted to answer your questions but you don't seem to like their answers. Lighten up and things will be O.K.
The reader gets the impression that you would not want to spend a lot of Range time shooting these 10 MM Hammers, yet you would have to, to become accurate with them!The XDm 10's were a handful so there was very little rapid firing!
I'm used to firing 9mm's so I suppose that I have softened a little.
Could I shoot them quickly and obtain Combat accuracy?
Yes but I would have to work at it!
This is why the 10mm is not more popular with Law Enforcement!
I'd say my P226 is more "accurate" overall i.e. more repeatable accuracy during slow fire and easier/quicker to get back on target during fast strings of fire (for me at least).Can you define much more accurate? Do you prefer shooting your 226 or 365 more?
I am not a fan of micro pistols but working all day bending over a 4 inch barrel would dig into my skin and the thick slide of say a Glock 19 would also dig into my skin, the p365 is thin enough and the barrel short enough not to dig. The only drawback of the 365 as for shoot abilities the MP shield plus is just so much better. I can shoot the 365 just fine but the trigger is too spongy and has too much creepI think the 365 is much less snappy than the 938 or the 238 and although not as easy as a 4" barrel, it has its own place and shouldn't be overlooked. Personally, if a few hundred more rounds go through mine trouble free, I may use it for home and EDC.