Meh. Honestly, a lot of guns take far more than 3 magazines to get orientated to. A lot of guns the rest of us have bought would fail your 3 mag test, but not a 100-200 round accuracy test.I picked up a Sig P365 at the start of the pandemic. I was tempted to trade my Ruger LC9s Pro for it. I'm glad I didn't as I couldn't get the P365 on target. All my shots were going low. 3 mags into it I gave up. I've been shooting pistols since 1997 if I cant hit get on paper or on a steel gong in a couple magazines, that gun is going away. I had no problems selling it for what I had into it.
A few months later a friend of mine brought his Sig P365XL with RDS over to the house. Oddly enough, I had no problems hitting my target with that gun. However, I wasn't all that impressed with a Red Dot on the pistol. The dot kept getting washed out in the sunlight.
I pocket carry my Ruger LC9s in the summertime in cargo shorts. 90% of the time I OWB a Glock 43X with Shield Arms 15rd mags.
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