NEW SIG P365 SAS: TFB Goes Hands-On With A Slick Setup

A few months ago TFB was allowed an exclusive sneak peek at SIG Sauer’s newest iteration of the P365 subcompact pistol. Like the rest of the snag-free versions of SIG’s popular carry guns, the new P365 SAS features rounded edges, recessed controls, and an overall slick profile. However, this new CCW-focused gun goes several steps beyond just buffing out the rough edges. The most notable feature is the lack of a traditional front/rear sight system. Instead, the P365 SAS includes an embedded holographic tritium/fiber optic sight that aligns the target with a dot inside a dot. The result is a slick slide without any protruding sights to get in the way of a smooth draw from a concealed location.

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Concealed Carry Corner: Carrying Appendix and Concealability Using Pelvic Contact

Appendix holster position carrying is a really sensitive subject for a lot of people. It’s tough to grasp the idea that carrying a firearm pointed at your weiner is safe. The only time that ever becomes unsafe is when the end-user is unsafe. Complacency kills, or in this case, kills your weiner. That is why practice repetition, repetition, repetition is what makes you a better concealed carry person. I have seen people carry at the 4 o’clock position and had a round enter their butt cheek or hip. The round then went through their thigh and missed their weiner getting lodged in their calf. I’ve seen people carry at the four o’clock position and have the bullet shatter their pelvis, and come out the front. So the argument that you’re going to shoot your dick off is pretty much null and void. You could shoot it off every other way as well. Now that we have gotten through all that banter, let’s get onto the most important part; how to carry at the appendix position most effectively depending on firearm and firearm type.

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SIG Faceoff – SIG P365 vs X-Compact vs P365 XL

So, I’ve had a fair bit of questions about what firearm I would carry if given the chance between the regular P365 and the P365 XL. Don’t worry you’ll get a definitive answer on that question later on, but I had to include the X-Compact as a twist because not many people see how capable the gun is for the size. If you haven’t watched TFB TV’s review of the P365 XL, I highly suggest you check that out. I was expecting to have the same conclusion James thought he would have and I was wrong just like he was. Keep in mind, this is not a guide to go out and buy a gun based on what I write. I always encourage people to get out and try guns to build their own thoughts rather than trust what some random dude on the internet says is cool.

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New Aim Surplus AIM S3 Slide for SIG P365 Pistols

Aim Surplus has introduced a new slide for one of the most popular carry pistols currently available on the market – the SIG Sauer P365. This new product is called AIM S3 SIG P365 Slide. Due to the cuts on the front portion of this slide, it weighs 7.3 oz which is lighter than the factory SIG slide.

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You Asked, They Listened! Icarus Precision ACE 365 V2.0 Aluminum Frames w/o Palm Swells

A couple of weeks ago, we talked about the Icarus Precision ACE 365 aluminum grip modules for SIG Sauer P365 pistols. Recently, the company came up with the second version of this frame that lacks the palm swells on the grip. The new grip module is called ACE 365 V2.0.

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Full Review of the SIG P365XL with RomeoZERO Optic and P365 Comparison
In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves gives a full review and comparison of the SIG P365XL against its predecessor from last year, the SIG P365. To make things interesting, SIG sent along a prototype RomeoZERO optic for James to run on the new optics-ready P365XL.
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SIG Updates The Small Parts Picker For P365 And P226 Pistols

Two months ago, SIG Sauer rolled out the Small Parts Picker for their popular lineup of MCX rifles and P320 pistols. The concept is beautifully simple: all those small, hard to find parts can now be found in one place as a searchable exploded diagram with part numbers and one-click ordering. Many manufacturers could follow SIG’s lead and make our shade tree gunsmithing lives easier.

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TFB Review: SIG Sauer P365 18 Months Later

When I first picked up my P365 in January of 2018, I was one of the lucky few to actually find one. I drove down in one of the worst snowstorms I’ve ever seen, but I was determined to pick up this elusive gun right after returning from the SHOT Show. Right after filling out the paperwork, I jumped in my truck and drove through a foot of snow to shoot the gun. Fast forward 18 months, and not much has changed for me with this gun.

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NEW: SIG Sauer P365 Micro Compact Magazines – 15 Rounds!

Along with the release of the P365XL last week, SIG Sauer is officially announcing the availability of 15 Round P365 Micro Compact Magazines. The new mags have the same comparative footprint as the previous P365 versions, with a bit more extra space for 15 rounds of 9mm. The flush fit basepad brings the new feeding device and the P365/P365XL into the territory of a full sized duty pistol.

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NEW SIG Sauer Pistol: The P365XL Set To Ship In June

Earlier this evening, the internet was a flutter with images of a rumored new pistol from SIG Sauer. Well, TFB is here to let you know that the rumblings are true: the SIG Sauer P365XL will be available to consumers in just a few short weeks.

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Featured Deals of the Week – 5/17/19

Welcome back to another Featured Deals of The Week. I’m your host Benjamin, and as always please leave a comment if you want to see more or less of any certain type of deals.

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[NRA 2019] Gray Guns New P365 Compensator

I had some time to stop by and check out Gray Guns booth this weekend at NRA. Gray Guns has been making aftermarket upgrades for different handguns and recently they started making upgrades for the SIG P320 and P365 pistols. This has been increasingly popular with the John Wick movies showcasing their upgraded P365 ran by Halle Berry. I got to check out the P365 that was used in the film. It was an upgraded version with a straight trigger and Gray Guns signature laser stippling.

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Sumter PD Adopt SIG P320 and P365

Sumter, South Carolina’s police department is set to transition completely to SIG Sauer pistols. The department will move away from its current Glock duty pistols, including the Glock 43 currently carried as an department-issued backup pistol.

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Six Axis Development SIG P365 Tactical Application Rail

The Tactical Application Rail for SIG P365 pistols is an accessory made by a company called  Six Axis Development. It is designed to convert the proprietary SIG P365 rail into a standard 1913 Picatinny rail section. The conversion makes this handgun compatible with a wide variety of accessories (lights, lasers etc.) that are designed for the Picatinny rail.

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GeePlate Introduces Baseplates for Glock 29/30/30s, SIG P365 and SA XD-S Pistols

About a month ago we talked about the GeePlate handgun magazine baseplate. Back then there were only two models compatible with the G43 or G26/27/33/39 pistols. When that article was published the company was still designing a similar baseplate for the SIG P365. And recently, GeePlate published a press release announcing that not only the SIG P365 baseplate is now available for purchase but also identical products for the G29, G30, G30s as well as Springfield Armory XD-S pistols chambered in 9x19mm or .40S&W.

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