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Took the P365 out again with new ammo. Better results, not flawless.

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by RustedBeef, Oct 7, 2018.

  1. RustedBeef

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    Last time I shot 300 rounds of that steel cased Winchester ammo and had a bunch of extraction problems, the kind where the spent casing doesn't get extracted out of the chamber and a new round bumps into it when trying to get chambered. Happened more than I wanted.

    This time I took it out with 400 rounds of brass Federal fmjs and Remington jhps/fmj ammo and was a whole lot better. However, it still had 3 or 4 extraction problems (way less than last time). The first time I didn't really focus on accuracy since I just wanted to see if it was broken, but happy to report that accuracy was very nice this time around.

    What do you think I should do about the extraction problem? Figure I could watch some videos to learn how to remove and give it a cleaning, though I'm not sure if that'll ruin the warranty. I'll have to check. I could send it back to Sig if it's needed, but that'll suck.
     
  2. JD8

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    I'd send it back to sig. Pretty easy process from my experience.
     
  3. tRidiot

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    I would absolutely send that gun back to Sig. They aren't cheap guns, and there are plenty of them out there that are FLAWLESS. Mine is. I expect them to make a fine firearm that does exactly what it is supposed to do - and my expectations have been met in my personal version.

    Send it back, they will make it right.
     
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  4. RustedBeef

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    Gonna have to wait until tomorrow when their customer service lines are open. Hope it doesn't take long.
     
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    I'm with @tRidiot on this one. Send it back and get what you paid good money for. I haven't had any problems with mine either and you should expect the same.
     
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    Yes, send it to Sig as they tend to upgrade other parts if necessary.
     
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    Agree with everyone here. Call Sig CS, they should provide a pre-paid label you use to send it back. They’ll fix it, and send it back to you pronto. I’ve sent guns in for factory repairs a few times and usually it’s been back in my hands in 7-10 days. You might check with them to be sure but I’d send the magazines back too.


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