I'm a few hours east of you. Sig P365 as well. But I also bought an XL housing and some mags for those days when I head down the mountain to the land of chewable air on the Front.I recently renewed my concealed carry license in the state of Utah. I was considering getting new concealed carry handguns for my fiancée and myself. I personally have a Sig p365, but I'm open to hearing about what suggestions you all may have.
Good choice but I like the green lasers as you can see and follow them much easier than the red ones.Glock 19, with a laser and red dot optic. If you are going to carry, carry enough gun. And carry one that has been proven through countless thousands of gunfights. That's Colt 1911's, Glock and maybe a couple of six guns.
The new Sig 365 also seems to be a good gun. I am not very familiar with them. I've heard of some growing pains. And the 320 is good enough for the military, so I'd say if it works for you and you can operate it fast and accurately, use it.
I carried a 1911 for a long time. Then carried a variety for awhile, switching guns to the "mission." Now 95% of my carry is my Glock. Once in a blue moon I carry a 1911, or a .44 mag (in grizzly country). Or a pocket pistol like an LC9, or LCP.
Nothing wrong with green. I have a couple on long guns. But my pistols run Trijicon optics or I use Crimsom Trace and they only came in red, at least when I bought mine.Good choice but I like the green lasers as you can see and follow them much easier than the red ones.