Today we’re doing the thousand round challenge on the p365. The first thing we’re going to do is go over all the problems that had been going around the Internet with the p365.
The most common problems are a failure to go into battery, primer drag, and the night sights not working. We’re going to go over all that. We’re going to put a thousand rounds through this bad boy and see what this thing can handle.
All right everyone, we’re going to give you the down and dirty of the p365 here real quick before we jump into the thousand round challenge. Lets hit up some specs on this real quick, and then we’ll get right into it. In the box, you get the p365, 2 10 round mags, one’s flush fitting, and one that has a little bit of space for your pinky. With that being said this thing can hold 11 round, which is crazy for the size of this thing is. This thing is tiny.
It’s a micro pistol, one of sigs first tiny nine millimeters. We love it so far. We’re just about to shoot for the first time. So it’s going to be pretty cool. What you guys get out of the box on this gun is it’s a nine millimeter. It’s a semiautomatic with striker fired.
If you guys did not know, it’s a micro compact made out of polymer. It has a nitrogen frame finish, and it is stainless steel for the frame material as well. Slide finishes are also the same as well.
It also has a sig rail so that you can put some sig accessories on. The trigger on this thing is super crisp. Probably one of the best trigger that I felt for how small this gun is. I like it. It does hold 10 plus 1 when it comes in. You can also buy extra mags that are 12 plus ones, then its holding 13 rounds. That’s a lot of rounds for how small this thing is. It’s pretty freaking awesome.
The barrel length is 3.1 inches. The overall length is 5.8 inches. The width is about 1in, and the height is 4.3 inches. It weighs in at 17 ounces. Enough with the specs, let’s jump right into shooting this thousand round challenge. Let’s do it.
Alright everyone, you ready to start this thousand round challenge because we are. So what we got, we got 2 10 round mags and 2 12 round mags. So let’s start out shooting our first 100 rounds of these bad boys. After just one clip we had a failure to feed. Could have been me or it could’ve been the ammo. That’s malfunction one. We did our first hundred rounds. Everything went smoothly besides the one failure the feed. The gun is getting super hot, so I’m going to switch to some gloves. We’re just going to go straight on. No breaks, no in between cleanings, nothing. Straight thousand round challenge. So let’s keep going.
Alright everyone, that’s 200 rounds. So far we haven’t had any more problems with the gun getting super hot, which is fun. Loving the gun so far. Nothing to complain about. 200 rounds down and nothing too crazy yet. Let’s keep going.
As of now, we’ve just put 300 rounds down the pipe. We’ve had little to zero errors so far. I did grab some cases off the ground. We are getting striker drag. I do want to tell you guys, because I forgot to say to you earlier that the sig that we have is made on May 24, 2018, it has the new case, and everything they were supposed to fix on the upgrades.
All right guys, we’re about 350 in right now. I just pulled the trigger on the gun and nothing happen. I think it was a light strike. We’ll go ahead and rack this back and see if it fires. That’s what that was! We had a light primer strike 350 rounds in.
We just hit 400 rounds into the Sig p365. Nothing to run home about. Nothing to complain about. I think the very first thing we had was a failure to feed. We’ve had a few light primer strikes, but that could be the ammo as well. We are also getting primer drag. That’s 100 percent private drag. Other than that, nothing crazy big yet. Let’s keep going. We’re not even halfway there yet.
We just hit 500 rounds. We’re halfway there. We’re going straight on to 600.
600! We just hit 600 rounds through the Sig. We just had another light primary strike. As of right now, we’ve had three light primer strikes so far.
We are almost at 700 rounds. Just had a failure to eject the last round in the magazine. Still looks like getting those primary drags.
Recap! We’ve had primer drag, failure to feed, failure to eject, and we have had light primer strikes. The malfunctions could be from the ammo we are using. Would I trust this gun? I don’t know. Would you trust this gun based on the results you see from this video? Let us know in the comments. Would you still carry this? Would you send it back to sig? What would you do? So we’re at 700. We’re almost at a thousand rounds. Let’s shoot 300 more rounds, and we’re done.
We’re about two magazines away from 800 rounds. We just had another problem! What happened was I fired the sig, and it cycled I went to hit the reset and pull back, and there was nothing there in the trigger. So I’m not sure what happened yet. We’re going to take out the magazine and see what going on. It looks like it was a light primer strike again! Let ‘s make sure this thing dry fires. Everything checks out good so it might’ve just been a light primer strike, I’m not honestly sure.
Alright everyone that’s 800 rounds! We just had another light primer strike. Let ‘s keep on going we are almost to a thousand rounds getting close.
We are one mag away from 900 rounds, and we had a failure to go into battery. We have seen this problem on the Internet a bunch. So we’re at 900 rounds. 100 more to go. Let’s get after it.
1,000 rounds!!!! There we have it guys. The thousand round challenge with the Sig P365. We had a lot of flaws, failures, and errors. I don’t know about the p365. But. Let ‘s go summarize this up.
In the beginning, we had a failure to feed, towards the end we’ve had a primer drag, light primer strikes, and failure to go into battery. We’ve had just about every problem you’ve seen on the Internet and if you haven’t seen any of these things on the Internet, type in p365 on Google. You will see everyone complaining about the problems that they’ve had. Sig says it’s fixed. Obviously, they need to still work on a few things.