- Apr 7, 2012
- Reaction score
Crossbreed makes very good holsters. I have an IWB for my 19.
Yeah, I’ve never seen/heard of a nylon holster getting bunched up in a trigger guard. They’re generally way too stiff to flex that way.Or, a Serpa Blackhawk.
FYI, you can now buy just the P365 SAS slide assembly, which includes the above sights, directly from Sig (although temporarily sold out). It will fit on any of the 365 models, including the standard, XL and MS models. I ordered one, myself, earlier today to try on my MS model. Here's a link: https://www.sigsauer.com/store/p365-sas-slide-assembly.htmlI want one......can't decide if I like the SAS version, though?
I can bet that ALL ND's are considered "operator error" except in the eyes of the operator trying to find someone other than themselves to blame.so I still don’t see how it’s anything but user-error.
The FNX Tactical in 45 is a huge honkin' beast but it fits my hand, is reliable, and for open carry as a "service" pistol option. That's a combo that's hard to dismiss. It's not one of my 1911s but as much as I like the engineering and reliability of the 3 different Sigs (in 2 different calibers) that I have had, they always felt like holding a 2x4.Have the M&P 9mm 17+1, had to put in an Apex trigger right away. Looking at the .45 not sure maybe, HK . 15+1 double action
And here's another toy I just picked up...a Sig P210A model. I wasn't crazy about the target grips that it came with, though, and swapped them out for more traditional grips. I absolutely love how this gun shoots. It's probably my new favorite.
I understand your point but still disagree.Of course. That’s what the ‘N’ stands for.
What annoys me are the self-superior people who say things like “there’s no such thing as an ‘accidental discharge’, they are all ND”. Those people don’t seem to understand that these are machines, and machines can fail to work as expected.
That’s why the rules of gun handling are so important. An AD hurts no one if we follow the rules.
Understand but let me play with the verbiage and such for a momentBut an example of an “accident” could be... driving at night, you hit unseen ice, slide off the road. Preventable? Yup? Negligent? A matter of opinion. But it is still “accidental” (as opposed to “intentional”).
Which is to say, I sort of agree with you. But I realize we are dealing with humans, and their contraptions.
50 YO scotch?You didn't accidentally knock the rocks glass with 50yr old Scotch out of my hand.
You intentionally weren't watching where the hell you were walking. If you were, your head would be aimed in that direction and would have noticed the glass of scotch in my hand and my big ass standing there...
It was 50yr old scotch. Prepare to accidentally die!