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This is a discussion on Hogue beavertail grip sleeve for SIG 365 within the Gun Gear forums, part of the Gunner Forum category; Hogue just came out with these beavertail sleeves. Thought a certain member might want to see the ones for SIG 365s - 6 colors https://www.hogueinc.com/grips/handa...rtail/sig-p365...


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Old 12-30-2018, 03:48 PM   #1
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Hogue beavertail grip sleeve for SIG 365

Hogue just came out with these beavertail sleeves. Thought a certain member might want to see the ones for SIG 365s - 6 colors

https://www.hogueinc.com/grips/handa...rtail/sig-p365
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Old 12-31-2018, 05:53 AM   #2
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If I were to get a P365 it would be for pocket carry so the rubber grips would be problematic. I wish they would bring the P365 out in .40 S&W then I would get it and carry in place of the P938.
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If I were to get a P365 it would be for pocket carry so the rubber grips would be problematic. I wish they would bring the P365 out in .40 S&W then I would get it and carry in place of the P938.
I thought you had a 365 along with the 938? I'm thinking a 238 somewhere, too? SIg has too many numbers to keep straight...

True, any rubber grips stick to pockets.
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No I've got a P250 (DAO) Compact in 45 ACP and a P320 (Striker Fired) sub-compact in .40 S&W in addition to the P938 SAO. Guess I can't make up my mind. I need a DA/SA.
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No I've got a P250 (DAO) Compact in 45 ACP and a P320 (Striker Fired) sub-compact in .40 S&W in addition to the P938 SAO. Guess I can't make up my mind. I need a DA/SA.
The SIG I'd like is the P230. It's DA/SA, and would give me another .32 to shoot. It's a great PPK clone. But, they quit importing it and any parts back in the 90's. Something about the U.S. selling SIGs to Colombia against German policy.
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The P230's are still out there but parts and mags are hard to find.

For me the P239 is a great looking pistol and available used as it's no longer made. Just tough to get a 7 round (in .40 S&W) 30 oz pistol when I have a 32 oz 11 rounder in the Ruger P94 in .40. Hasn't gotten past the logical phase to the emotional one.

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