June 30, 2021
When I started the .380 ACP Death Watch series, I wrote:
... the fate of .380 hangs upon an introduction of a small gun with 10 or 11 round capacity. It must be well designed and be of high quality. And it likely needs to be made by a top-tier brand, and be striker fired (until the LCP II appeared, this last point was a must, but I'm not as sure anymore).
The promise of P365 380 by SIG only that, a promise thus far: the gun is not yet on the market. In addition, a re-chambering of a 9mm gun is a poor palliative, not enough to arrest the decline of the cartridge.
I'm most happy to see decent sights on it. After the poor capacity, the milled-in sights were the second biggest show-stopper for me.
Glock, where is my G42X? Late to the party as usual?
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