I have a P99c and like it. The Sig P365 and apparently the SA Hellcat are a different breed of animal. They are a out as small as a 10 round gun could possibly be. Now if Walther came out with a similar sized gun with the P99' AS trigger system I'd be all over that.Now where is Walther's entry?
Apparently, with typical Walther timing, discontinued from what people here are saying:
It may well be a game changer considering it's competing with the 365. These guns can dramatically change the whole EDC landscape.Sig set the bar. SA responded. If the gun is reliable and doesnt fall apart, it will do well in the marketplace.
Same here. After the bad reviews and the many problems that the SIG Sauer P365 was plagued with, I am still reluctant to trust the gun. As it is fall and should be getting cooler (even in Texas), I will wait until next spring.Interesting....I'll wait for the reviews just as I did with the 365....and I still do not have one of those.
Made in Croatia?
Absolutely this is about capitalizing on current trends. I'm ok with that though. There are very few true innovations in the pistol world. Most products that come out are mostly about capitalizing on trends.I don’t put SA in the same league as Walther Germany and see this more as capitalizing on current trends and marketing than innovation.