Strike Industries Launches Strike Magazine Release for SIG P365

Nic L
by Nic L
Strike Industries Launches Strike Magazine Release for SIG P365

In an effort to keep your carry gun from snagging on your clothes, most modern micro-compacts are smooth. Corners rounded, edges smooth, these firearms are built for a specific purpose. However, in this process, some feel that these pistols are too smooth. Shooters understand the need for texture in strategic places, one being the magazine release. Strike Industries has just released their version of a textured magazine release for the SIG Sauer P365 series. This is the Strike Magazine Release for P365 from Strike Industries.

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The Strike Magazine Release for SIG SAUER P365 is an excellent upgrade for your firearm. With its SI styled button face, you’ll enjoy improved grip for quick and easy magazine changes. The extended design offers improved ergonomics, making it more comfortable to use and it can be easily installed with its drop-in OEM design.

Strike Industries Launches Strike Magazine Release for SIG P365

Strike Industries Launches Strike Magazine Release for SIG P365

The magazine release is made from SUS630 hardened stainless steel. They are compatible with most of the P365 family of pistols but do not fit the XMacro or P322. For the mentally unstable and the left-handed among us, this release is reversible. The textured portion has familiar lines and mixes functionality with design.

Strike Industries Launches Strike Magazine Release for SIG P365

SPECS

  • Length: 1.06″
  • Width: 0.37″
  • Height: 0.34″
  • Weight: 0.10 oz
  • Price: $24.95
Strike Industries Launches Strike Magazine Release for SIG P365

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If this new mag release from SI looks like something you need for your carry piece, check these out on the Strike Industries website. Be sure to follow along on social media for more. Strike Industries can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Be safe, carry often, and keep your head up!



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Nic L
Nic L

Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic's passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19. @the_brutal_rooster

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  • Patent K Patent K on Apr 28, 2023

    The original one is too small. This looks taller.

  • Cal.Bar Cal.Bar on Apr 29, 2023

    As a carry gun the P365 is quite good (near perfect). Given the fact that you will almost certainly never have time in a gunfight to drop and reload a mag, I see no need to increase the risk that you will accidentally hit the mag release in a gunfight (or just day to day carrying and handling).

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