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  1. Brian04rs

    P365 For CCW

    I usually run the front clip in the top hole(deepest the front can be) and the back clip one notch down( grip a tick higher). with about an hour of some dryfire it comes out right quick. Very minimal print on that setting(I’m a tad thinner so have printing issues with longer grips). Usually when I get one I’ll go to the garage and move it around a bunch and dryfire till I find something that feels right.
  2. Brian04rs

    P365 For CCW

    I switched from a shield to a p365xl. Have always used crossbreed mini tucks so I ordered another for the sig, and wasn’t disappointed.i carry at 4 o’clock. Friend of mine had a milt sparks for his shield and I can honestly say it’s the beez kneez. Might still order one at some point but not a darn thing wrong with the crossbreed. My 2 cents
  3. Has anyone tried one of their p365xl grips yet?! Also if they can make an aggressive texture similar to pt I’d sacrifice some weight to have a metal grip with great texture.
  4. Another vote for the grams guts. Think springer sells them if I recall correctly
  5. I struggled with it sticking when I first started using it if it got dirty at all. Added the thigh support(sub 10 bucks) and the muzzle support(10ish bucks) and have been trouble free since. I think it’s a solid holster with those two additions. A buddy has the Everglades and it is very smooth just not a fan of the way it looks and the lock method didn’t seem as secure(I didn’t mess with it much so the lock may very well be sufficient). Give the thigh pad and muzzle support a try. Shooters connection stocks both
  6. Targets USA rhinos are the best knock down design I’ve seen. Simple design and function very well for retaining the plate and resetting.
  7. Brake looks good! Any plans to go to production? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Tungsten grip is available from Sig and in stock right now for anyone interested Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Thanks to everyone on this thread for contributing information on this gun. Local gun shop had one out of the blue when I was killing time and it followed me home! Still need to get a buffer set up, stock/grip and a dot. Excited to give 3gun a go now that I don’t have to sacrifice my fingers trying to learn to quad load my versamax!!![emoji23] what’s the general consensus on a dot that will hold up? I know the 510c is awesome but saw one fail at a1 last weekend due to the lens popping out(frame mounted open gun)...any input would be welcomed again thanks to all involved in this thread! Sen
  10. @Ikunkel38, good to hear on the mounting pattern. Great idea on then cam lock as well. Put my order in yesterday for an x5 vise holster so now I patiently wait. Thanks for not settling and bringing innovative ideas to market.
  11. I’ve had good success with the Zeiss lens cleaning wipes.
  12. Many thank you’s for bringing this to my attention looks like a great design Is the mounting pattern on it standard bladetech pattern?
  13. +1 for the limcat magwell! Just put one on my chaos and I went the route of clearance on the magwell side, put it on sharpied where it needed clearance, little dremel action and it fit up rock solid. Just ordered another for my back up gun as well. Pt is said to be releasing a similar magwell to limcat that will require no fitting but not sure on eta of that one. Atlas is making one later this year and Akai offers one as well that is available now. I think Dawson would be smart to make a new insert with the convex radius as it does work very well on metal grips.
  14. Good point alma, and you buy base pads regardless
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