SIG Sauer Introduce P365 with Manual Safety

    SIG Sauer have announced that not only are extended capacity 15 round magazines for the P365 now available but that the P365 with an ambidextrous frame-mounted manual safety is also now shipping.

    Yesterday SIG shared a photo on social media of the manual safety P365 and announced the model was now shipping and quickly followed it up with an official announcement.

    Here’s what SIG Sauer have to say about the new P365 with a manual safety:

    SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to announce the award-winning everyday carry, high capacity, P365 pistol with Manual Safety (P365-MS) is now shipping and available in retail stores.

    Left side view of SIG Sauer P356-MS (SIG Sauer)

    This P365 micro-compact, concealed carry pistol is smaller and lighter than other pistols in its class and features a high-capacity, patented modified double-stack magazine for a 10+1 full-size capacity, with 12-round magazine for a 12+1 capacity. The P365-MS variant includes all the features of the original award-winning P365 with the addition of an ambidextrous manual safety. The Massachusetts compliant variant of the P365-MS will be available and shipping to retailers in June.

    The P365 Manual Safety Specs:

    • Total length: 5.8”
    • Barrel length: 3.1”
    • Weight (incl. magazine): 18 oz.
    • Height: 4.3”
    • Width:1.1”
    • Sight radius: 4.9”

    Right side view of SIG Sauer P356-MS (SIG Sauer)

    The manual safety P365 has an MSRP of $599. Find out more about the new pistol here.

    The new extended mags should pair nicely with the P365XL which surfaced a couple of weeks ago, check out our coverage of the P365XL here.

    Have you been waiting for a P365 with a manual safety? Are you going to wait for the P365XL and are you hoping for a P365XL with a manual safety? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

    Matthew Moss

    Matthew Moss – Assistant Editor.

    Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written for a variety of publications in both the US and UK he also runs www.historicalfirearms.info, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of www.armourersbench.com, a new video series on historically significant small arms.

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