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P380 rocks ..

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Never thought I like my P365-380acp so much,Thank you SiG 馃槅
Got few stove-pipes to breaking in but so smooth after 300rds ..
Oh .. mine does Not like Inceptor SP-Utility 60gr at all ..!! Jammed every second rd ..
Watch out for "Underpowered ammos & Limp Wristing" ..

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I really enjoy my Kahr P380, it's the perfect pocket pistol.

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I'll own a P365 in .380 someday as well... ;)
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I really enjoy my Kahr P380, it's the perfect pocket pistol.

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I'll own a P365 in .380 someday as well... ;)
Yah.. it鈥檚 great but a bit too big for pocket carry though .. I use stock XL grip when I have long hiking .,
I have the Kahr CT 380 and the LCP Max....but I really want that 365 in 380. Already got the 9. Great.
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I really enjoy my Kahr P380, it's the perfect pocket pistol.

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I'll own a P365 in .380 someday as well... ;)
Had one. Decent pistol with nice size but never liked the long trigger. Especially now with 380's with much more capacity.
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Had one. Decent pistol with nice size but never liked the long trigger. Especially now with 380's with much more capacity.
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I shot 50rds with stock trigger and didn't like it at all
Went home and ordered M-carbo short take flat trigger .. They want $90.00 and 4 weeks to install it .. Hell NO .. So I did it ..
It was very challenge but I got it done .. thank you "youtube"
Way better now .. :)
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Love my P238. When I can鈥檛/don鈥檛 want to carry something bigger it just slips into a pocket in a leather pocket holster. Disappears.
It鈥檚 accurate and reliable. It鈥檚 at Sig right now getting freshened up along with some XRay3 sight installation to replace the horrible XS Big Dot I had on it
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Love my P238. When I can鈥檛/don鈥檛 want to carry something bigger it just slips into a pocket in a leather pocket holster. Disappears.
It鈥檚 accurate and reliable. It鈥檚 at Sig right now getting freshened up along with some XRay3 sight installation to replace the horrible XS Big Dot I had on it
I sold my Kimber 380acp and with $100.00 more I got P380 ..
Never regret ..:)
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The Kahr P380 has been (for me) the perfect, tucked in my armpit, 3rd gun. The best thing about mine is that I never had to use it. :)
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The Kahr P380 has been (for me) the perfect, tucked in my armpit, 3rd gun. The best thing about mine is that I never had to use it. :)
Indeed.. we all pray that we鈥檇 never have to use it .. it鈥檚 there to give us some peace..
Dawn .. You carry 3 pieces every day ?
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No sir, not anymore. But in the not that distant past, I would have my service weapon, a backup, and the little KAHR as a deep cover, hopefully missed if searched, kind of weapon if things were not only in the turlet, but a flush had occurred ... so to speak.
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I finally got to handle the P365-380 recently. It seemed almost too small for my hands and I'm not a big fellow. When I gripped the gun with my finger along the side I had to almost completely release my shooting hand grip in order to get my finger into the trigger guard. Likewise, the grip seemed so short that I'd need a 12rd mag to give me a proper hold on the gun. I still might have to buy one 'just because' but I'm not convinced I'd ever be satisfied carrying it instead of the XL I already have.
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I finally got to handle the P365-380 recently. It seemed almost too small for my hands and I'm not a big fellow. When I gripped the gun with my finger along the side I had to almost completely release my shooting hand grip in order to get my finger into the trigger guard. Likewise, the grip seemed so short that I'd need a 12rd mag to give me a proper hold on the gun. I still might have to buy one 'just because' but I'm not convinced I'd ever be satisfied carrying it instead of the XL I already have.
I feel the same way , that's why I put WC X grip module and M-Carbo Flat trigger as soon as I bought it ..
Happy shooting :)
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My P365-380 with an Armory Craft cerakoted and stippled grip module. It has 580 rounds through it. Will not tolerate Hornady American Gunner XTP at all, but eats everything else I've fed it. Very accurate and soft shooting, and it's replaced my LCP MAX (both of them) as my EDC.

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It鈥檚 my EDC too
I can鈥檛 stand the Sig stock grip module , too small for me ..
Sig XL grip is ok but I prefer WC X module ..
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I really enjoy my Kahr P380, it's the perfect pocket pistol.

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I'll own a P365 in .380 someday as well... ;)
i prefer the MK9/40 Elite w the butter smooth (long) trigger.. also wish the trigger travel/ reset was shorter.
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Still haven't given up on a G42 for a .380 that is just a little smaller than the SIG, but the 9mm version has become my go-to for about everything.
Just too fond of the little Glock to be rid of it.
Still hoping for someone to make a quality .380, nearly as small as an LCP, but sturdier. Had the Kahr, liked it, but the ferocious recoil spring was a deal breaker. It always had to be charged from slide lock, and I'm doubtful I could rack it hard enough to clear a stoppage.
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Still haven't given up on a G42 for a .380 that is just a little smaller than the SIG, but the 9mm version has become my go-to for about everything.
Just too fond of the little Glock to be rid of it.
Still hoping for someone to make a quality .380, nearly as small as an LCP, but sturdier. Had the Kahr, liked it, but the ferocious recoil spring was a deal breaker. It always had to be charged from slide lock, and I'm doubtful I could rack it hard enough to clear a stoppage.
Moon
Sold my Kimber .380acp for Sig-P380
No regret ..

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Scarrier, sure it's a fine pistol; just prefer staying with the only-control-is-a-bang-switch approach (don't use the manual safety on the 365 for actual carry).
Love 1911-type pistols as range queens only.
But that is just me. YMMV.
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Sure Moon .. nothing wrong with that ..
Happy shooting :)
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