Hope its not true.
Here is another discussion about P365 barrel problems with lot of photos: http://sigtalk.com/p250-p320-p365-p320-x-5-pistols/270746-p365-range-report-good-bad-ugly.html To me very disappointing, as I had planned to buy one of these soon. Now it is definitely a wait and see what happens situation.Hope its not true.
Man...I don't know. I manage a team of product managers. If they rolled out product that had teething problems, they'd be looking for another job. Those issues cost companies significant revenue. The maximum failure rate I'll accept is 3%....and people aren't staking their life on the product we make.It's hardly a shock that a completely new gun design (and a really diminutive one, at that) might experience some teething problems with its first rollout.