Reviewed By: Earl H on 09/02/2020
My favorite carry gun, and also a pleasure to shoot at the range. Have not had a problem with it. Has light recoil and very accurate. The high volume magazine means I can leave the bigger and heavier guns in the safe.
Reviewed By: Bobby B on 11/15/2019
This is my go to concealed carry pistol. The weapon has not failed me on the range and I was totally surprised as to how accurate it is out to 25 yards. I like the magazine capacity of this very small pistol which is easy to conceal. I recently purchased the Hellcat and I enjoy shooting it also but my choice, however minor, is the P365.
Reviewed By: Christian L on 10/25/2019
Awful! Do not buy. Gun went off in the holster!
Reviewed By: John M on 09/07/2019
Very nice. Great customer service.
Reviewed By: James F on 09/04/2019
First time purchase from Buds Guns. I am very happy and pleased with the product, the price and Buds customer service and performance. I looked forward to purchasing with Buds in the future. I give Buds FIVE stars and highly recommend them. Fast, safe, great price; couldn't ask for more.
Reviewed By: Frank C on 08/20/2019
Excellent CCW pistol. Good size, sights and accurate.
Reviewed By: Kenneth H on 08/14/2019
Arrived looking as expected. Everything looked good in the box. Fit, finish, and function all seem good.
This is a relatively compact 9mm. Its grip is more "single stack" than "double stack", because it is kinda a hybrid. That's how they fit 10 rounds in what most makers only get 6-8. If you look at the dimensions of the Glock 43, the M&P Shield, or the SD compared to their bigger magazine models, you can see that Sig went right in between.
From a balance stand point, all the weight is on top. And the grip is short and, fortunately, very "grippy". (You'll need that with that heaver slide on top and such a short handle.)
They do make a 12-round magazine, which, honestly, I would use at the range. My hands are a size 7-1/2, maybe 8, (Foot size around 10-1/2. My weight is around 200#. Point is I am a fairly average shaped and sized guy.) And, if your hands are about this size, you'll see the pinky grip helps a bit. But not as much as a longer magazine. The flush bottom magazine would definitely help concealment, so I do understand why Sig did what they did.
My biggest gripe is the magazines. I have NEVER had more difficulty with loading a magazine more difficult than these. I seriously thought they were factory defects until I read about similar complaints on the internet. I've never bothered with a magazine loader before, but I might be getting one now. (Others on the internet have said to just leave the magazines stored fully loaded and the spring softens up and gets much better.)
As for shooting, well, it's a shorter barrel and slide and handle grip, so it isn't the easiest to shoot and handle. It's definitely not a "first timer" gun. I experienced zero feed/function issues with 115 grain Blazer brass. I would trust this gun to do exactly what it is supposed to do.
Reviewed By: Pete L on 08/07/2019
Great trigger and ergonomics. I’ve owned a 938 and the p365 for better and feels better in large hands. Excellent CCW
Reviewed By: Brad W on 08/06/2019
This thing twists and it is not user friendly. The magazines only allow you to load 6 rounds in a 10 round magazine on all three mags I have. Unfortunately not impressed.
Reviewed By: David A on 08/02/2019
I haven’t had a chance to fire this baby yet, but as always the transition with Buds was very easy and everyone was very courteous. I like the feel of this smaller Sig P365. I put a rail adapter on it for a rail flashlight, also purchased Pierce mag extensions on the mags. I always like to put on Talon grips too. Overall, I am very happy with my purchase. This baby is easy to conceal and with a 10 round mags, I am going to use this as my carry gun. I also purchased before, the Sig P320 compact which shoots like a dream. It is a nail tracker, so what I have seen on You Tube, I’m expecting the same from the baby Sig P365.