For those who thought the problems would go away here's an update on a another brand new P365 failing... Again!
That's nine to two in Sig's favor. The Sig P320 supposedly had drop fire issues. However the US Army adopted it as their official sidearm. I don't think that they even considered a Taurus?Taurus Agrees To $39 Million Settlement In Defective Pistol ...
Taurus Agrees To $39 Million Settlement In Defective Pistol ... of the Taurus problems has ... the precious Taurus PT111 G2 would last more than 15 ...
"Simply stated, the Class Pistols are defective and inherently dangerous, and Taurus has known about the Defects for years, but has allowed the Class Pistols to remain in the hands of unsuspecting gun owners to the imminent risk of harm to the owners of the Class Pistols and the public," the court documents allege.
The settlement agreement covers nine Taurus models, including the PT-111 Millennium; PT-132 Millennium; PT-138 Millennium; PT-140 Millennium; PT-145 Millennium; PT-745 Millennium; PT-609; PT-640 and PT-24/7, Taurus says.
Since there were two of Sig's products that I know of that they had issues with, if I had said nine to one in Sig's favor, I would be wrong. It really shouldn't be that difficult for you to figure out?Desertman Why are talking about the 320 not once was it mentioned? Were talking about the P365 and its problems.
Well evidently Sig has addressed the issues with that pistol, otherwise they wouldn't have called them back or halted the shipping of them? I don't know, but I think you've got to do a little bit of research before posting?True but they took care of the 320 so far nothing by silence on the problems with the P365.
Readers may remember that the first run of P365s were quickly called back and refined after some user reported issues, which seemed to vanish once the "Gen 2" (as SIG fans have been calling it) P365 hit the market. But lately, there's been social media discussion of SIG P365 "primer drag" (i.e., the face of the firing pin dragging across the primer when the barrel unlocks during the firing sequence) and speculation as to whether or not primer drag has caused or will cause firing pin tips to break. The trouble with internet rumor is it's hard to find out what the issue is, or even if there's an issue at all: Will primer drag cause the P365's MIM firing pin to break? Are P365 pins breaking and, if so, how common is it? Is it relegated to guns that didn't receive the first run fix?--https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2018/06/06/p365-strikers/
NO! Please! I don't think I can stand to wait to hear your judgement on the P365.............yeah,,,, I guess I can wait.......and wait...............................................................well, you know.:smt078As these guns that have been reworked and are now in use we'll see if in fact the fix has cured the issues the P365 was having. Till then I'll reserve judgement on the Sig P365.
There are thousands of P320 owners who have shot literally millions of rounds of FMJ ammunition through their pistols with no issues whatsoever. The "information" you referred to came from this government report on the early performance of the Army's XM17 and XM18 pistols:I'm interested in whether the double feed issue and not feeding ball ammo issues has been taken care of in the P 320? A video i saw said the only reliable ammo the armys p320 would fire was hollow point ammo. Also my local gun shop says some of the trigger mechanisms have been cracking after the mods are done? I'm a Sig lover guys so don't flame me. I'm also sure Sig didn't plan a launch like these two weapons have had.