Aluminum grip modules that replace the stock polymer grip modules of many striker-fired pistols are becoming increasingly popular. SIG Sauer and Icarus Precision have come together to give users a factory aluminum-framed option for both the SIG P320 and the P365 handguns from the SIG Sauer store. These SIG Limited Edition Icarus Precision grip module options from SIG are available now and will be available in their respective FCU-ready (fire control unit) configurations meaning you can simply drop in your FCU and slap on your favorite slide and you’ll be good to go.
More from SIG Sauer @ TFB:
- SIG Sauer Releases the Long-Awaited P365-380 Pistol
- SIG Sauer Now Offering Safariland M17 Holster As Used By US Military
- SILENCER SATURDAY #215: SIG Sauer SLH300TI & SLH762 Suppressors
SIG Limited Edition P320 and P365 Grip Modules from Icarus Precision
Build your P320 or P365 Using These Limited Edition Icarus Precision Aluminum Grip Modules
Featuring shark-gray or black anodizing, these custom-created aluminum grip modules are designed to look good and perform even better. Just drop in your P320 or P365 fire control unit and your favorite slide and you’re ready to go. These limited editions are available while supplies last.
Please Note: Items are available only in their respective FCU Configurators.
Icarus precision has been the go-to aluminum grip module for many P320 and P365 owners who want a nice quality upgrade for their SIG pistols without fundamentally changing the behavior of their guns. Icarus Precision grip modules are made from 7075 aluminum, are direct replacements for OEM P365 grip modules, are fully compatible with all OEM magazines and baseplates and have upgraded features including an aggressive “Elite” grip texture, ambidextrous textured indexing points along the side of the dust cover, a 1913 Picatinny rail, elevated finger notch for a better grip.
If you’re interested in picking up one of these limited-edition aluminum grip modules from SIG Sauer they can be picked up for $319.99 in Black anodized for the P365, and $399.99 for the “Shark Gray” Limited edition Xcompact frame for the P320. What are your thoughts on these? Would you replace your polymer grip module with an aluminum one?