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    Not a mouse gun post but it may be helpful. Something to try for arthritis pain is Tumeric and Ginger pills/gummies. My wife has severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, and she does take a lot of prescription medication, but she also found the gummies from Be Happy Be You helped. She has tried other brands but these are the most effective for her. She found them on one of our trips to TJ Maxx/Home Goods/Marshalls. Now she orders a few bottles at a time from their website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades View Post
    Not a mouse gun post but it may be helpful. Something to try for arthritis pain is Tumeric and Ginger pills/gummies. My wife has severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, and she does take a lot of prescription medication, but she also found the gummies from Be Happy Be You helped. She has tried other brands but these are the most effective for her. She found them on one of our trips to TJ Maxx/Home Goods/Marshalls. Now she orders a few bottles at a time from their website.
    Thanks Jason, I'll check into that.
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    If your main issue with the P365 you tried was that it was too small for your hand, see if you can try one with a Wilson Combat grip module. Iíve found the Wilson grip just enough larger to make a positive difference in how it fit my hands and in controlling the gun.
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    Thereís nothing wrong with a fancy .32, especially a high capacity one. I settled in on the old Beretta for lighter shooting and when Iím not carrying a P32
    , and Iím glad I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMag View Post
    Thereís nothing wrong with a fancy .32, especially a high capacity one. I settled in on the old Beretta for lighter shooting and when Iím not carrying a P32
    , and Iím glad I did.
    That's noice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WobblyPossum View Post
    If your main issue with the P365 you tried was that it was too small for your hand, see if you can try one with a Wilson Combat grip module. Iíve found the Wilson grip just enough larger to make a positive difference in how it fit my hands and in controlling the gun.
    You can also put a P365-380 slide on a Macro grip too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCN View Post
    You can also put a P365-380 slide on a Macro grip too.
    Do the Macro mags reliably run .380 or is someone making .380 Macro mags? I know the 9mm mags should run .380 but I also know that's not always the case.

    I'm still new to the 365 family so this is intriguing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by awp_101 View Post
    Do the Macro mags reliably run .380 or is someone making .380 Macro mags? I know the 9mm mags should run .380 but I also know that's not always the case.

    I'm still new to the 365 family so this is intriguing...
    I can post up more later with links but briefly:

    There is an aftermarket 10 round mag extension to fit extended mags that I think works.

    I havenít had issues using 9mm P365 mags using 380 but I donít have a lot of experience.

    The 380 mag is just a 9mm mag with a removable rear spacer. If I were to carry it, I would cut a shim spacer and affix to rear of internal mag body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awp_101 View Post
    Do the Macro mags reliably run .380 or is someone making .380 Macro mags? I know the 9mm mags should run .380 but I also know that's not always the case.

    I'm still new to the 365 family so this is intriguing...
    Here. This one. Should work with 380 mags.

    https://tactical.dev/products/10-xm-...g-p365-x-macro

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCN View Post
    Here. This one. Should work with 380 mags.

    https://tactical.dev/products/10-xm-...g-p365-x-macro

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    Thanks, I was already looking at some of their XL basepads.
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