Yesterday at the range my EDC, a Sig P365, failed after one round. found our the trigger bar spring failed and Sig is sending a new one. Apparently this is not a uncommon problem with the 365 and I have shot thousands of rounds (7000?) with it. I am glad it failed on the range, not when I needed it. My backup is the Springfield Hellcat and now to the range for some practice with it.
Great example of two is one, and one is none.
In an ideal world I would have two identical copies of my EDC. One for practice/backup and one for carry and occasional practice just to confirm it is functioning properly.
I really like my P365 but would like to try some other options when time and funds allow to confirm it will continue to be my long term option before buying the practice/backup copy. I do have my home defense pistol, pocket carry pistol and an old EDC option for backup.
I do change many of the springs after 5k rounds or so on my defensive firearms in order to avoid surprises. But now most of my practice is dry fire and I don’t do a great job of tracking dryfire trigger pulls so need to take that into account.
Just got back from the range and got use to the Hellcat again, Also found that Sig had problems with the early trigger springs.
My opinion: Don’t rely on sig. Don’t buy, don’t own, don’t carry.
Buy a Glock, keep it stock, use factory ammo, and you’ll stop worrying about needing a backup gun.
Yes, I previously owned a 365. Two, actually. Sold them.
Or grab a Shield Plus
Sig is planning to be at 2nd Amendment McHenry,Il on the 29th and 30th this month and I plan to be there.