Just picked up a Sig Sauer P365
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    I shoot the Ruger 9mm. and .22 LR pretty good.....they both have a compact, but adequate grip, for a compact pistol. I don't like too small a grip, that's why I prefer a small Combat grip on my M-36.....rather than a Boot Grip. It's more important that you shoot well!

    I looked at a Ruger LCP .380 a few times, but it was just a little too small......plus I prefer a 9mm. cartridge. Then, Ruger came out with the LC9 w/ hammer, but it got bad reviews. When they changed it to striker fired, it dropped the trigger pull to 5#. Seemed better for me! Bob
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    When you want the BEST! Bob

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    That looks like a fine SIG!
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    Congrats and obtaining a great firearm. Enjoy!
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    Shooting the Ruger LC9s is pretty brutal using Winchester Personal Protection 147 Gr. JHP. As I said before, in the 17 oz. pistol, it really jumps in my hand. I shoot one handed now, but I used to use both hands. It feels like a .45 ACP going off. It jerks my hand around quite a bit. I bought another box of the ammo, to practice with. Hopefully, I will learn to control it better. Good thing I'm not recoil shy. I've shot .45 ACP and .44 mags, even a .45-70 rifle. (Which I shot better than the guy who owned it!)

    Dennis, Can you offer me any advice? You mentioned that you shot this load, before......plus a lot of .45ACP!!! I may need a little help. Maybe I will have to get some 124 Gr. Gold Dot JHP....or other expensive ammo! Bob
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    When you want the BEST! Bob

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    My wife liked mine so much I had to buy her her own
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    I shot one of these in 9mm that one of my co-instructors recently bought. It points well and shoots well.
    Cheers! Marc


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