The Sig 365 is a handgun that I really want to like. Fell in love with it when I first put it in my hand. But lost some of the desire when I shot it. I think my issue with it is the grip. The grip feels so good when it sits in your hand, but she is a snappy mean little thing when you shoot her. I think because i have big hands the grip just tends to move around on me. While it’s true that all the micro 9’s can be snappy, the Sig 365 in my opinion is snappier than most.I just got my Sig spare stuff today. An XL frame, two mags (one 15, one 12) with XL or standard bases, and a Magguts 12 round mod for the 10 round mag.
So stupid easy to swap frames. Remove slide, push a pin, take out trigger/guts in one little package, pin it in the other frame, put pin in, replace slide. Takes like, 30 seconds or less if you push it.
The 1/2 inch longer grip on the XL frame makes it a completely different gun, especially with the 15 round mag that adds another inch.
Funny thing...the P365 is .3 inches shorter in length and in height, vs the CSX. And 1/10 inch narrower. They carry the exact same capacity in 9 mm, but the Sig has a MUCH smaller grip diameter. They are both SAO, but the Sig is striker fired. And has no blade on the trigger. And comes with or without a thumb safety. And gives you the option for bigger mags. Or even a bigger frame, for $50.
On Tom Gresham's Sunday show, he interviewed Cory from S&W and they talked about both the CSX the .30 Super Cary. He hinted that S&W might be releasing the CSX chambered in .30 SC but then mumbled something about SHOT.ALSO Love to see this Caliber in the new CSX pistol model!! That seems like a perfect match...