[SHOT 2020] Icarus Precision’s Aluminium-Frames for SIG’s P365 & P320

    Icarus Precision's P320 ACE (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    One of the manufacturers attending this year’s SHOT Show Pop-Up Preview (held for one day only) was Washington state-based Icarus Precision LLC. They specialise in quality machine products not just in the firearms sector but also in the auto industry too.

    Some of Icarus Precision’s ACE range of grip frames (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Icarus Precision were attending SHOT with their¬†Accuracy, Control, enhanced (ACE) – a range of aluminium grip frames for the SIG Sauer P320 and the P365. The frames are billet machined from high strength 7075 aluminium with Icarus’ own proprietary design and dimensions. The frames a machined on 5 axis milling machines and take around 3-hours of machining to complete before they are custom cerakoted with standard colours including Flat Dark Earth, black, grey and bronze.

    Icarus Precision’s P365 ACE V.1 grip with palm swell (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Icarus Precision’s P365 ACE V.1 grip with palm swell (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Icarus Precision’s P365 ACE V.1 & V.2 grips with and without the palm swell (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    The ACE 365 is available in two versions, the first features palm swells on both sides of the grip to offer more contact and comfort. While the V2.0 does not have the swells for a more aesthetically pleasing look. Both of the frames feature exaggerated finger notches designed to help you lock in your grip, extra square grip texture on both sides, a square grip texture to reduce excessive bite and an extended beaver tail to help reduce muzzle flip and make rapid shooting more controllable. A frame for the P320 is also now available and is compatible with all models of the P320.

    Icarus Precision’s P320 ACE V.1 grip (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    Icarus Precision’s P320 ACE (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    A close up of the Icarus Precision’s P320 ACE (Matthew Moss/TFB)

    MSRP for the P365 ACE grip is $270, $325 for the P365 XL and $379 for the P320. All of the frames appeared to be nicely machined and well finished, certainly another option in the expanding SIG P320/P365 after-market. Find out more at www.icarusprecision.com.

    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.

    Reach Matt at: [email protected]


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