NEW Icarus Precision ACE 365 ELITE Series Grip Modules

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Icarus Precision ACE 365 ELITE Grip Modules (1)

Icarus Precision has expanded their ACE line of aluminum grip modules for the SIG Sauer P365 family of pistols by introducing the new Elite series. The features added to the ACE 365 Elite grip modules include a new grip shape and texture, built-in thumb rest, updated magwell, reinforced internal geometry, double undercut trigger guard and front trigger guard serrations.

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Icarus Precision ACE 365X Elite grip module

Currently, there are two models in the Icarus Precision ACE Elite grip module line – ACE 365X Elite and ACE 365 Pro Elite. Both models have XL-size grips taking 12-round flush-fit magazines. The difference between the two is that the ACE 365X Elite is designed to match the P365/P365X slide length whereas the ACE 365 Pro Elite grip module features an extended dust cover portion to fit flush with the longer XL slides and has an extra Picatinny rail slot. The Pro Elite also fits flush with a standard length slide and a Gen 2 PMM 365 Micro Comp. The weights of these grip modules are 4.24 and 4.37 ounces.

Icarus Precision ACE 365 Pro Elite

Icarus Precision ACE 365 Elite grip modules are machined out of billet 7075-T6 aluminum and have a Type 3 black hard coat anodized finish. These grip modules are compatible with all OEM SIG parts. Optional features include the silver Cerakote finish, ambi thumb rest and manual safety cut. The Elite grip modules are not compatible with P365 holsters. The company has partnered with a number of holster manufacturers who will offer custom holsters for the Elite series of grip modules.

Icarus Precision ACE 365X Elite grip module has an MSRP of $299.99 and the ACE 365 Pro Elite is listed on the company’s website at $319.99.

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  • A Nony Mouse A Nony Mouse on Oct 16, 2021

    Weird that they would extend the slide serrations into the frame, wouldn't that potentially cause someone to grip the frame as they're trying to rack the slide with the thumb and forefinger technique?

    Also, notice how the trigger has horizontal scratches. Are those from contacting the frame, or are they too low for that?

  • DR.NUMBERS DR.NUMBERS on Oct 17, 2021

    I wish they'd make a minimalist or slick 'melted' frame for those who want to pocket carry. The extended beaver tail, knobbly trigger guard and bulky rail don't help that.