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    Sig P365 Firing Pins Breaking and Dead triggers.

    A Sig Employee has acknowledged that firing pins are breaking on a small number of P365 pistols due to a defective batch.
    Send your broken P365 FP to Sig and they will replace it.

    05/13/2018
    Several reports of dead triggers on new P365 pistols.
    Last edited by JBP55; May 13th, 2018 at 07:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBP55 View Post
    A Sig Employee has acknowledged that firing pins are breaking on a small number of P365 pistols due to a defective batch.
    Send your broken P365 FP to Sig and they will replace it.
    Do you have a link with any idiot proof info, just in case I need to send customers their way? Lol.
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    Phil Strader with Sig posted this 05/12/2018


    Hello all,

    The P365 has been getting great attention since its release, as well as some helpful feedback from our customers. It has been this feedback that led Sig Sauer engineers to fine-tune the platform with outstanding results.

    One matter that recently surfaced was on striker tips fracturing. Over the last 6 weeks, we have calculated that the number of fractured striker tip returns account for 0.08% (0.0008) of the P365s shipped to date. Although this number is extremely low, we ALWAYS strive for continuous improvement. After a detailed parts analysis by our vendor, it was found that an extremely small percentage of strikers were out of spec due to start-up issues. This issue has been resolved.

    Some P365 customers have also noticed *primer drag*. This is a result of the fast slide speed and unlocking time of this platform. It is completely normal and has absolutely no effect on striker endurance.

    We are extremely pleased with the performance of the tens of thousands of P365s that have been delivered to date. As tens of thousands more are built and shipped, we will continue to improve our product line and never settle for anything less than complete customer satisfaction.

    For consumers that have any questions about the P365 or any other Sig Sauer product, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service department at (603) 610-3000.

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    Thanks!
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    Also several reports of dead triggers on new P365 pistols.
    Last edited by JBP55; May 13th, 2018 at 07:37 PM.

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    Im not a huge sig fan but I want one of these. I have sold guns long enough at this point to know that the new designs need to get out in the wild and let the bugs out before personally buying one.
    Free men are not equal. Equal men are not free.

    I like guns because they're f*cking awesome.


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    Tats unlike Sig! Usually they’re on point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin.rainey View Post
    Tats unlike Sig! Usually they’re on point
    Twenty years ago Sig was making great pistols but in recent years Sig QA/QC has been very low.

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    550 rds thru mine and zero problems

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    300rds and no issues here with the one I have.


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