Sig P365 is good to go and balls-on accurate. No grouping photos as I shot steel. The mags were super stiff and need a loading tool. The gun can be a little snappy as its small size doesn't absorb much recoil, but I see this as an issue for the elderly and women more than dudes. One of the larger models (XL, Macro) will do better as they have more mass.
Remember to try any carry ammo before carrying. Make sure it feeds. I also liked the pink Hornady Critical Defense Lite (100gr "low recoil") though the 115 American Gunner XTP wasn't much snappier. The Winchester 115gr FMJ was definitely stronger. Lighter weight bullets develop more velocity as a matter of basic physics.
I will also be looking into non-deformation rounds, like the Underwood Xtreme Defense or Leigh Defense XD Phillips-nosed bullets. I don't want velocity-dependent hollow points coming out of a 3" barrel. Shorter barrel guns need higher velocity (think +P) rounds to go faster more quickly as less barrel = less time to speed up. Some cartridges are "formulated" for ultra-compact guns. Traditional hollow points will perform less favorably in shorter barrels, but it's kinda a small difference and accuracy is ultimately what matters. Even so, isn't polishing the cannonball what gun enthusiasts do anyway?
I'm happy with it so far. Now I'll begin carrying it and we'll see how that goes before I feel I can truly endorse it
Clayton E. Cramer
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