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  1. #11
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    I have to say the market has a ton out there.
    I grabbed a new in box from a dealer HK VpP9 with nights andc3 mags for $625.00 and $25 FLL Fee.
    I liked that it fit well with the changeable panels .
    And has a great trigger out the box
    I wonder if I should have gotten the mid size instead. As I got mine before they made them As they were brand new then.
    oh and Welcame to the Board .

  2. #12
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    The Glock 26 is the standard bearer for good reason ... it has been around forever and it goes bang every time. Of the options discussed I'd go with that hands-down.

    The P365 is the new kid on the block, and while it appears to be a good gun it doesn't have the longevity and "road hardening" that the G26 does. I haven't torn a P365 apart yet, but if the fire control group is as complex as the P320 then I'd also be wary of its additional complexity.

    Mike
    ΦΒΚ. Honi soit qui mal y pense.

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    I have the Sig p320 M17. In no way is this an easily concealable firearm but they have compact and carry models that are excellent. You could even step down to the P365 or 365XL. I have the 365 and love it for aiwb or throwing it in my pocket. Holds 12+1 and the XL can go as many as 15+1

  4. #14
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    Welcome aboard from NOLA!
    i have had a Glock 23, and a Glock 27, both gen 3, both felt like a 2x4, never really liked the 40 cal. Mine was the 23, sons was the 27, we got them to try the 40.

    i got the 9mm conversion, liked them better, but still 2x4 feel. The gen 4 was better, the gen 5 better still G19, G26, havenít owned either.

    Love the the idea of the P365, wantto love the gun, just feels too small in my hand. My Kahr CM9 feels much better. Thinking front to back of the grip is why.

    Traded my G23 for a Sig P320C, with safety. I really, really like this pistol. It conceals very well in AIWB, and I shoot it very well, itís a keeper for sure. 15 + 1 night sites are awesome, standard setup is perfect. I did swap the grip for the small grip frame. Still compact size tho. Donít like the SC.

    said all that to say, I actually like the Glock 43x just as much, and feel better with a Glock, worried about the drop issues the P320 had, and the quality issues and feel in my hand of the P365.

    You just have to get what is what is right for you, feel in the hand, shootability for you, and peace of mind it will work when you need it to. 😎

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martman300 View Post
    Welcome aboard from NOLA!


    Traded my G23 for a Sig P320C, with safety. I really, really like this pistol. It conceals very well in AIWB, and I shoot it very well, it’s a keeper for sure. 15 + 1 night sites are awesome, standard setup is perfect. I did swap the grip for the small grip frame. Still compact size tho. Don’t like the SC.

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    You are brave to carry a Sig P320 AIWB over your manhood.

  6. #16
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    I'm partial to Glock 29
    David

  7. #17
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    Not a glock fan but that's what I prefer. As butt ugly as they are my G27 just plain shoots amazing for me. It fits my hand well and naturally points where I'm looking.
    I went through 5 different pistols trying to find the ccw that works best for me and the 27 is it.

    All thatto tell you this. The best handgun is the one that you have the most confidence with. Glock has a very well deserved reputation.

  8. #18
    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBP55 View Post
    You are brave to carry a Sig P320 AIWB over your manhood.
    LOL - or anything else if you don't draw properly!
    "When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are safe." Luke 11:21
    "But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don't have a sword [weapon], sell your cloak and buy one." Luke 22:36

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdfinder47 View Post
    LOL - or anything else if you don't draw properly!
    I see some that try to see how fast they can holster.
    Draw Fast, Holster Slow.

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaleighReloader View Post
    The Glock 26 is the standard bearer for good reason ... it has been around forever and it goes bang every time. Of the options discussed I'd go with that hands-down.

    The P365 is the new kid on the block, and while it appears to be a good gun it doesn't have the longevity and "road hardening" that the G26 does. I haven't torn a P365 apart yet, but if the fire control group is as complex as the P320 then I'd also be wary of its additional complexity.

    Mike
    This is well said. I have another vote for a Glock 26. It has never failed me.
    "Let us speak courteously, deal fairly, and keep ourselves armed and ready." T. Roosevelt

    The Boy Scouts told me to "Be Prepared" and I swore an oath "On My Honor..."
    I also swore an oath for the Army to "Support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies..." .
    Neither one told me when to stop.

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