Sig P365 vs S&W Shield 2.0 Triggers!
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    Sig P365 vs S&W Shield 2.0 Triggers!

    First off I currently own both of these weapons the Shield 2.0 for about 3 months, the P365 (my second one) for about two weeks now.

    Here’s my anecdotal experiences and opinion.

    #1 Both are better then any of the four different Glocks I have owned.

    #2. Neither one of them have as nice a trigger action as my now departed Ruger LC9s pro, which can only be beaten by my Walther PPQ M2. Caveat to the Ruger is the thin trigger it does have, ended up giving me “trigger bite” sometimes to the point where I had a blood blister on the tip of my trigger finger after about 30 rounds., that’s why it’s gone!

    #. The Shield wins! The Shield has about the same amount of take up till the wall as the P365, but it feels easier to get there because the P365 has more pressure to push the trigger back.

    The Shield, once you have gotten to the wall, takes only a tiny amount of rearward press you to hit the break, which is very crisp. The P365 has more of a slightly gritty feeling drag , quite a bit longer before you finally hit the break. Both reset at about the same forward travel.

    Maybe Sig designed it this way because there is no trigger safety as there is on the Shield.

    Bottom line, both are great, one just has a trigger that is just a little bit more Great!

    Both beat a Glock!

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    I love my p365, hate my glocks compared to it. I am looking to pickup the sheild 2.0 as well
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    Gray guns makes a drop in straight trigger for the 365, I have one on back order ,they sold out black Friday . I love the no safety being that's what I carry everyday.

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    I never shot an M&P but I shoot a 365. It is a great little gun and my trigger is surprizing light. I agree it is better than any Glock I own.

    I did put a Gray Guns stright trigger in a 220 and I do like it but my 365 is so nice I don't want to mess with it. BTW it is accurate especially for a gun that size.

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    My 365 has a one of the best triggers of any of my 9mm

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