Sig sauer p365
The Sig P365XL has a 12-round magazine, a flat trigger, and a longer slide than the Sig P365. The magazines themselves are also available in a 15-round extended capacity there are a variety of aftermarket extensions as well for the Sig P365xl spectre comp. From a capacity standpoint, the Sig P365XL even though it only holds two more rounds is quite a bit larger than the Sig P365xl comp.
It’s not as size efficient as the Sig P365 and is less size efficient than the Glock 43x or Glock 48 if they’re using the 15 round shield arms mags. But it’s much more size efficient than the Glock 48 and Glock 43x if they’re using the Glock factory OEM 10 round magazine.209 Primers Glock
The Sig P365XL is a continuation of the Sig P365 family. Sig Sauer is famous for its double action single action Sig P226. But in the mid-2000s they wanted to offer something that would be more advantageous for the US market so they introduced the Sig P250
- Sight: XRAY3 Day/Night Sight(3-dot)
- Action: Striker Fired
- Metal finish: Nitron
- Grip: Polymer
- Product weight: 17.8 ounces
- Manual Safety: No
- Product length (in.): 5.8
- Style: Pistol
- Magazine capacity: 10+1
- Barrel length (in.): 3.1
- Caliber: 9mm Luger
- Rifle Ammo Type: Centerfire
- Weight: w/empty magazine
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Sig has seemingly done the impossible here; squeezing 11 rounds into a super-tiny striker-fired pistol that is both comfortable and accurate. It’s the kind of thing that most concealed carriers always wish for. I have to believe that this P365 will eventually become a concealed-carry staple for lots of folks.
I’m a Glock guy because I’m a 100%-reliability guy and it’s hard to contemplate replacing my G43 with something other than a Glock, but this little pistol has me seriously considering it. I’m not quite ready to jump yet, as there seem to be some function issues that Sig Sauer needs to address, but once done I am likely on board. I think this little pistol is a gem.