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Old 05-08-2020, 07:03 PM   #1
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365 xl upgrades

What simple upgrades can i do to my 365 xl to make it shoot better and more smoothly and accurately?
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Old 05-09-2020, 12:02 AM   #2
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Ammo and lots of practice. Also take some classes.
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Have you added a Red Dot?
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I agree with ammo and practice. Maybe add a Hogue Handall to help with the grip if needed.
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I agree with ammo and practice. Maybe add a Hogue Handall to help with the grip if needed.
I second that.

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Although the X-Ray-3 sights are very good; for my 'ol eyes red dots have kept me in the game. I'm now more target focused and for me (after a learning curve) they're simply faster and more accurate than irons.

One of the advantages of a Red Dot is dry-fire practice with the dot will show you how your POA is moving as you pull the trigger; and how slight adjustments in grip or trigger could help improve.

The XL is optic-ready, and easy to change back and sell the optic if you don't like it.

Hey, Just a suggestion.

YMMV

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Old 05-09-2020, 08:31 AM   #8
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I do have the xl with the romeo zero on the gun
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Accuracy is in the eye of the beholder. The gun doesn't do it you do. Practice, practice, practice and then practice some more.
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If you have a place to shoot that's your or at a friends invest in ar 500 silhouettes and couple thousand rounds of 124gr. practice ammo and lots of trigger time .

The pistol needs nothing . Its all about your skills developing . Learn more about Flash Sight Picture as shooting fine little groups and seeing your sights clearly is not defensive shooting untill distance increases . Then work on your trigger finger movement , read up on sweeping the trigger not slapping it and save the follow the reset for the 1911 highly skilled open class guys and bulls eye shooters .

Red dots can be great when your eye sight sucks !!
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One of the best things you can do is polish the trigger bar and FCU anywhere the two rub. This will give you a smooth trigger pull and you will shoot more accurately.
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One of the best things you can do is polish the trigger bar and FCU anywhere the two rub. This will give you a smooth trigger pull and you will shoot more accurately.
+1. Made a huge difference in accuracy, and my happiness, with the XL. There are some pinned threads in here that can get you there.
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I feel like every upgrade I’ve made so far has improved the handling and accuracy of the XL.



The GrayGuns laser-sculpted grip module stippling is a big improvement over the standard module. It locks into your hand better but without being so aggressive that it’s uncomfortable to carry or shoot for long periods.

I’ve added Tactical Development Pro Ledge base pads to each of my 12-round magazines, which allow me to get a full grip on the gun. That helps with accuracy and gun handling.

And I’ve added the Romeo Zero red dot. This is my first handgun with a RDS. I’m still getting used to acquiring the dot on the draw but I have noticed that my groups have gotten tighter since I’ve been using it. Especially on longer shots.

I’d still like to add the Armory Craft extended magazine release button (coming soon but no release date yet) and I’ll be replacing the Romeo Zero sight with the Holosun 507k when mine comes in.
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One of the best things you can do is polish the trigger bar and FCU anywhere the two rub.
Shooting it will do the same thing.

All of mine and friends added the Talon grip tape. I did replace the front sight with a Ameriglo Big Dot version because of my eyesight.
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Hey RDS40,

I was wondering what size front sight you replaced your stock sight with.
Recently bought a 365XL, gun shoots awesome but the stock front sight is very hard to acquire with my vision. Was hoping to only change out front sight and leaving the rear stock.
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