There’s no denying that the SIG Sauer P365 changed the game. It has found its way into the waistbands of thousands of concealed carriers across the United States. While the P365 is a great pistol, that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. Now, Strike Industries is looking to do just that. Adding their usual style and added functionality, Strike has just released the Strike Slide for the SIG Sauer P365.
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The SIG SAUER® P365 redefined what a concealed carry handgun should be. At the time of the P365 release, it had the best size to capacity ratio and quickly became one of the most popular daily Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) on the market. The Strike Slide for SIG SAUER® P365 was created with function and form in mind, a perfect upgrade or new custom build.
The NEW Strike Slide For Sig Sauer P365
Made from 17-4 stainless steel, this slide is lighter than the stock slide. This was done to reduce felt recoil, since less mass would be moving above the shooter’s hand. Forward and rear serrations are exaggerated to add ease to manipulations. The rear serrations are punctuated with what Strike calls charging handles. There are two large port relief cuts that work with the P365 SAS, or any standard P365 if you want to add some flare. There is also an optional Strike Slide for P365 MRDS Adapter Plate, which expands the list of usable red dots by providing you with an RMR-compatible base. These are available i black and FDE.
- Length: 5.66″
- Width: 0.90″
- Height: 1.28″
- Weight: 7.70 oz
- Optic cut compatibility: Shield Standard and Docter/Noblex
- MSRP: $259.95 (black) or $269.95 (FDE)
If you want to add a Strike slide to your SIG Sauer P365, pick one up by heading to the Strike Industries website. For more updates and product announcements, make sure you follow Strike on their social media pages. They can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Stay safe!