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13 Best P365 Upgrades & Holsters We Use Daily [Hands-On]

What does it take to make the most successful carry gun currently on the market? 

Well, it appears you need to make a compact gun, chambered in 9mm, give it a 10-round capacity and make it the same size as a single stack 9mm.

P365 Upgrades The Whole Lot
The Whole Lot

That’s exactly what Sig did, and they produced one of the more revolutionary carry weapons to date. 

And yes…we have a full review with YouTube video too.

The Sig P365 has been a home run for them in the carry gun market. The gun has been wildly successful in terms of the civilian market and has even been adopted as a back-up gun with a few different police forces. 

I’ve gotten my hands on plenty of different accessories and add-ons for the gun so today I want to talk about the best upgrades and accessories for the P365. 

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My Personal Carry Gear & Build Goal

I’ve been carrying and using the Sig Sauer P365 for over a year now. I’ve explored it inside and out. I’ve gotten close to 1,700 rounds through the gun.

The early Sig P365s had some notable problems, but this seemed to be corrected quickly. 

Small gun, but large enough to get a full grip on
Small gun, but large enough to get a full grip on

It’s been a top-selling gun since then, and Sig and the firearms industry seem to be happy to throw their weight behind it. 

I’ve also had the chance to try several pieces of gear out while carrying the Sig P365. Over time how I carried the Sig P365 has changed slightly.

With that in mind, I upgraded the pistol to make it a better defensive gun.

This means recognizing and addressing the flaws the P365 has.

As a small gun, it tends to be snappy with good self-defense ammo. The sight radius is rather short, and it can be tough to use beyond 15-yards with speed.

I wanted to tame the gun a bit, make it easier to shoot at various ranges, increase my follow-up shot time, and of course, make the gun look cool!

Looking cool is half the battle, right?

Best Sig Sauer 365 Upgrades & Parts

1. Sig Sauer FCU + XL Slide

Sig invented a modular fire control unit for the original P250, which later went to the P320, and now the same idea lies within the P365.

The legal “firearm” portion of the gun is a removable chassis system that can insert into various frames known as the Fire Control Unit.

The FCU is compatible between various frame sizes and P365 models. I’ve taken full advantage of that with my P365.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Trigger
Sig’s FCU

The modular design appeals to me, and I like having one firearm morph into multiple uses depending on the level of concealment or control I require.

The FCU is the core of the build, and it allows me to swap between various configurations.

My main configuration is a standard P365 frame with the XL slide. I find this an awesome combination that allows for an easy shooting gun that’s highly concealable.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades
It’s like Legos…but for adults.

The shorter frame disappears in an AIWB or IWB carry holster.

The longer slide and barrel increase sight radius, velocity, and control. With the two combined, I have a very effective but concealable gun.

Should I want to emphasize concealability above all else, all I need to do is swap the XL slide for a standard slide, remove some accessories and go with the shortest magazine.

350
at Sig Sauer Parts

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

2. True Precision Threaded Barrel

I knew I wanted to add a muzzle device to my P365; to do so, I needed a threaded barrel.

True Precision produced the best-threaded barrel on the market.  The ½ x 28 threads make it easy to attach a suppressor or muzzle device, so it was an instant sell for me.

Beyond just being a threaded barrel, the True Precision design accommodated a proprietary broach cut that enhances accuracy, and it is quite noticeable.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades
Threaded barrels mean fun accessories!

My groups tightened slightly after adding the True Precision barrel.

Beyond the broach cut, the barrel fits a good bit tighter, and that also helps in the accuracy department.

Another selling point was that the barrel could use the cheapest, crappiest ammo on the market and function perfectly fine, which is great in the current ammo drought.

3. Sig Sauer P365 Flat Trigger

Do you want to be frustrated? Like really frustrated? Try buying a Sig Sauer OEM produced P365 flat trigger. 

It’s always sold out. Sig is restocking them and making them as fast as they seemingly can but the P365 is a popular gun and this trigger is extremely well regarded.

Chuck Norris Approved

The Sig OEM flat trigger is a direct, drop-in replacement system that delivers a smoother, more consistent trigger pull. 

There are other high-quality flat-faced triggers for the P365 out there, but they are often double the price of the Sig OEM model.

This flat-faced trigger positions your finger lower on the trigger and this gives you more control and leverage. This results in a smoother, more consistent trigger pull. 

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Trigger
Gotta upgrade that trigger if you can…

The Sig Sauer flat-faced trigger gives you a smoother trigger pull without having to change the factory weight. People with smaller hands and smaller fingers often find it easier to reach flat-faced triggers. Although, the thin grip of the P365 is likely thin enough for even the smallest of hands. 

50
at Sig Sauer

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

4. Griffin Arms Micro Carry Compensator

Comps on carry guns are a fun subject to discuss. I like them, and since this is my build, a compensator was a piece of it.

Since this is a small carry gun, I went with a small compensator.

But which one?

The Griffin Arms Micro Carry Comp — the perfect choice.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Comp
Look at that comp…work of beauty.

It’s hardly any bigger than a thread protector but offers ports to dissuade recoil and tame your gun.

“You don’t need a comp on a 9mm!” Naysayers shout.

Need is a strong word. But I agree, I don’t need it. However, I won’t deny its effectiveness.

The Griffin Arms Micro Carry Comp reduces muzzle rise and makes my subcompact pistol quite controllable and much easier to handle.

Seeing my red dot barely move between shots is a satisfying feeling. Best of all, it makes my follow-up shots faster and with greater precision.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Disassembled
Sig Sauer P365 disassembled

The real work is done when you fire the gun one-handed. That was the moment I realized how handy a compensator could be.

Shooting one-handed could be a very real situation in which I could find myself.

So, being able to do so with greater effectiveness makes the Griffin Micro Carry Comp a worthwhile addition to my P365.

The Griffin Armament comp works with most P365 holsters with an open bottom design.

Most compensators are on the large side and require holsters specifically made for compensated guns. So it’s nice that the Griffin Armament doesn’t require that.

60
at Optics Planet

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

5. Holosun 507K

I’ve played with optics here and there but only recently dived in feet first into serious carry optics.

The P365 XL slide comes cut for a particular footprint, often called the Shield footprint, in honor of the fact the Shield was the first micro red dot.

The Holosun 507K fits this footprint and seems to be the most durable option on the market.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Holosun 507K
Holosun 507K on the P365.

I turned to the internet and saw some failures with various other micro-optics. That said, the Holosun seemed to hold up the best.

I can now verify that the 507K is a well-made optic capable of withstanding a good deal of abuse. (Full review coming soon.)

Another reason I like the 507K is the built-in rear iron sight.

The P365 XL requires you to remove a rear plate that contains the rear Sight. The 507K’s built-in rear sight nub and the optic’s height allow it to naturally co-witness.

The multiple reticle options give you a big 32 MOA circle that’s absolutely huge and easy to get on target at self-defense ranges.

Holosun 507K rear
Holosun 507K

Look through the optic, put the dot on the target and go.

If you need more precision, the 2 MOA plain red dot is better at moderate and long ranges.

With the 507K, I’m faster and much more accurate. Red dots are wonderful additions to self-defense firearms and truly increase your capabilities. They blow iron sights out of the water.

Plus, you get a side-loading battery, and I love that. I hate removing an optic just to swap batteries.

6. Truglo Fiber Optic Front and Rear

If you’re not a huge fan of red dots, no worries, you can still upgrade the P365 sights.

I’ve been a big fan of the Sig XRAY3 sights and have had no complaints.

Sig P365
Some people gotta complain…

This opinion isn’t shared by all though. I’ve seen complaints pop up here and there, as well as some who don’t like night sights on their guns. 

For those looking for something different the TruGlo fiber optic front and rear are an excellent choice. Sig produces similar sights for most weapons and they utilize numbers to differentiate their front and rear sights. 

The P365 uses a Sig #6 front sight and a #8 rear sight. The TruGlo Fiber optic sights meet those designations and are conveniently packaged together.

The rear sight rocks two tritium vials and besides that are blacked out. The rear sight is serrated to reduce glare in bright environments.
ADS on a stock Sig P365

The front sight is a bright red and the rear sights are green. This contrast of colors makes it easy to pick up the front sight and quick to get on target. 

The TruGlo Fiber Optic front and rear sights are made from CNC-machined steel, so they are well made and will last. The TruGlo sights are designed for daylight use but are high visibility and easy to see in low light as well. 

They are a great alternative if you aren’t a big fan of the stock XRAY3 sights. 

50
at Amazon

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

7. Streamlight TLR-6 

Lights for tiny guns are rather rare at the moment, especially when your tiny gun has a proprietary rail system.

I don’t like the Olight, and the Surefire is tough to find. I have a TLR 7 SUB on the way, but the TLR 6 is my light of choice until then.

TLR-6 with Push-Button
TLR-6

I’ve had one for well over a year now, and it’s yet to let me down.

It’s been abused, used, and present for daily carry for quite some time. The slim build means hardly any bulk added to the gun.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Light On
We like lights!

On top of that, the TLR 6 has been popular enough to warrant the holster manufacturer’s attention. You can find a holster that fits with the light rather easily.

Dual buttons form ambidextrous controls that sit in a position that makes them easy to reach with a trigger finger or your off-hand thumb.

The TLR 6 is a combination of laser and light, and you can use the buttons to alternate between three different modes. Modes include light and laser, light only, and laser only.

My only issue is that the light is only 100 lumens. That’s not a ton of power for the light to have, and it only works at extremely close ranges.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Light

I treat it as more of a backup light called upon when my handheld light is down or inaccessible.

The laser is a handy aiming option should I be unable to use my optic or sights. It’s also fun to fire accurately from the hip, ringing steel and punching paper.

The brighter, more powerful TLR 7 SUB may replace the TLR 6, but that won’t be until I properly test it…and I can find a holster.

98
at Amazon

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

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8. Sig Foxtrot365 White Light 

If you’re not a fan of the Streamlight, check out the Sig Foxtrot 365 White Light, instead.

The Foxtrot365 is designed solely for the Sig P365 and its unique proprietary rail system featuring a 100-lumen white light system powered by a CR123 battery. 

The LED-based light attaches over the rail system and runs a switch under the trigger guard. This switch is pressure activated when the weapon is gripped. The light is very small and very lightweight. It sits flush with the P365’s frame and matches the gun’s lines perfectly. 

The switch is instant and ambidextrous. It’s well designed backed by Sig’s warranty. 

I mentioned I carry the TLR-6 and there are a few reasons for that. It casts a light further, I prefer the button-based controls, and of course, the included laser is nice. The main benefits of the Foxtrot365 is how small it is.

If you want to minimize your space then the Foxtrot is a better option, plus holsters are easy to find for it. 

144
at Amazon

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

9. Crossbreed DropSlide OWB Holster 

When I got the light on my P365 I started looking for a holster. Crossbreed was more than happy to send me one when they found out I was looking.

P365 in holster
P365 in Crossbreed DropSlide Holster

They produce both OWB and IWB models and I’m more of an OWB type of guy. I went with the DropSlide OWB for the P365 with the TLR-6 equipped. 

The Crossbreed bends to my body and this allows it to hold tight to my body. The overall design stresses concealment and this makes it easy to keep the gun hidden under just a t-shirt.

Perfect for IWB CC
The P365 fits great IWB CC

When it comes to the draw, the DropSlide design allows me to get my big hands around the gun. 

A lot of OWB holsters that are designed to be concealed make it hard to get your full hand, including thumb, around the gun when drawing. This lower cut leather allows for an easy and complete draw. 

65
at CrossBreed

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

The holster is comfortable, and it has no issues hiding the gun and the light. It’s very comfortable and it’s one of those holsters you can forget you’re wearing. The holster is available in nonlight bearing designs as well. 

10. MagGuts +2

Sig’s success was built on the magazine design and its ability to hold a multitude of rounds.

The P365 originally held 10 rounds, but Sig released a 12-, then a 15-round magazine in short order.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Mags
All the mags.

The 12-round magazine is my personal favorite and offers substantial ammunition with a slight extension that gives me a better grip on the gun.

The 10- rounder with the flush baseplate is the most concealable magazine, and I think it serves a purpose if you ankle or pocket carry.

That doesn’t mean the 15-rounder doesn’t have a place in the grand scheme of things. To me, it’s the perfect option to carry a reload with.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Mags
All the rounds…

It fits in my pocket, and there are tons of magazine holders out there that fit it. This includes Neomag, which makes the best pocket reload option.

Why not carry a reload with a few extra rounds?

It’s not hard to conceal and gives you a ton more ammo should you need to reload.

MagGuts recently released +2 MagGuts for the P365’s 10-, 12-, and 15-round magazines.

To be clear, these are not magazine extensions. Nope, they are literally magazine guts that replace your internal spring, follower, and magazine base plate.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Mag Guts
MagGuts +2

They add no extra length to your magazines but allow you to add two extra rounds to each magazine. My short 10-round magazine now holds 12-rounds. My favorite 12-round magazine now houses 14-rounds.

This allows my subcompact P365 to now have near the same capacity as a Glock 19.

Installation took no time at all, and my magazines were actually easier to load.

After installation, I dumped rounds out of these things to ensure reliability before I carried it.

After 300 rounds without issue, I felt confident enough to carry them.

Those two extra rounds are a big deal to me. Honestly, I think every P365 magazine should have MagGuts in them.

34
at MagGuts

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

11. Promag Drum

Promag has recently released a magazine to conquer all!

The P365 now has a drum, a 50-round drum, to be specific. It’s as ridiculous as you think it is.

Is it useful? No, not really.

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades
This just looks cool.

Will it replace my spare mag I keep for emergency reloads? No.

Is it practical in any way? Nah, of course not.

It’s just fun and silly, making the gun look ridiculous!

Sig Sauer P365 Upgrades Drum Mag
Tell me this isn’t rad…you can’t!

But, upside, it’s also reliable. I put two full drums through this bad boy, and it worked without a hitch.

A hundred rounds aren’t much, admittedly, but stressing testing a range toy is silly.

It’s frustration-free so far, but I wouldn’t put it through a mud, sand, and ice test.

90
at GunMag Warehouse

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

12. HSGI Polymer TACO 

One little challenge I had was finding a good mag pouch for the P365. The magazines are too wide to be single stacks and too thin to be a traditional double stack.

That left me searching for a mag pouch that would meet the dimensions and simultaneously not be a piece of crap. 

HSGI TACO Magazine Holder
HSGI TACO Magazine Holder

Way back when I was a cool guy I was issued a pistol and used old school TACOs to carry my spare mags on my plate carrier.

I remembered they adjusted for the size of the magazines so decided to go that route. I snagged a Polymer TACO with the Universal Mounting Clip. 

This allowed me to just toss in my belt and go. The Taco uses polymer panels held together with a flexible shock cord that allows the mag pouch to grow or shrink while retaining retention.

HSGI Taco and P365
They look made for each other, really

The mag pouch holds the magazines well and retention is top-notch. 

The HSGI TACO polymer pistol pouches fit on my 1.75-inch belts with the U Mount and they are easily transferable to additional platforms. The polymer pistol pouches come in tons of different colors and are cut low enough to accommodate any of the P365 magazines. 

28
at Amazon

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

The 15-round magazine is the easiest and quickest to draw when reloading. 

13. Sig 365 Ammunition 

Not to be a Sig fanboy but I respect the idea behind the 365 ammo and how it coincides with the design of the P365. The 365 ammo comes in both 115-grain JHPs and FMJs.

Sig Sauer Ammo and mag
We’ve used a lot of Sig ammo and have always been impressed!

The idea is simple, the FMJs are for training and the JHPs are for self-defense. 

The FMJ loads are designed to be identical to the JHP loads. This comes down to the recoil, as well as the flight of the rounds. In practice, the rounds handle and fire identically.

You can load a magazine randomly with FMJs and JHPs and you’ll never notice a difference. 

Sig Sauer 365 HP
Their V-Crown is solid defensive ammo, take a look at the Lucky Gunner test!

The idea of ammo that is identical between training and defensive ammo isn’t new, but I respect the fact that SIG has made a brand of ammo designed for training and defense for short-barreled guns. 

The Sig 365 ammo has very little recoil and muzzle flash is almost eliminated. Defensive ammo in small guns can lead to some mighty muzzle flash as you fire the gun.

This muzzle flash can be incredibly bright and cause some discomfort when you fire in dark environments. 

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at Cabelas

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

In terms of carry ammo, I appreciate the ammo being nickel-plated, which will prevent corrosion when carried for extended periods of time.

I live in Florida and I’m a big guy who sweats a lot. It only takes a little bit of salty sweat will start causing corrosion issues with ammunition. 

Conclusion

You can normally judge the success of a gun by its aftermarket. The more popular a weapon is the larger the aftermarket for it will be. And the Sig Sauer P365 is one popular gun!

The benefit, of course, is a lot of cool extras you can toss onto the gun. The above is my favorite gear, but there is no reason to stop there. You can go quite far when it comes to going Gucci with the Sig P365 though. 

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at Brownells

Prices accurate at time of writing

Prices accurate at time of writing

I’m willing to bet several of our readers have their own P365s. If so, what upgrades have you made? Let us know below. If you want to see some other badass CCW pistols, take a look at the Best Concealed Carry Guns!

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45 Leave a Reply

  • Jon

    Does the p365xl fit the holosun 507k perfectly without purchasing any additional plates?

    July 30, 2021 6:01 pm
  • Peter Cohen

    Great listing of great options. Just what I was looking for. Thank you.

    July 12, 2021 7:32 am
  • RD

    Hogue grip sleeve
    Sig flat trigger
    DPM recoil springs & guide
    Truglo tritium rear sight with white circle
    Don Hume H715M IWB w/ Bodyshield
    Crossbreed Reckoning OWB & I/OWB mag carrier
    NeoMag mag carrier - dual magnet version
    Tactical.dev 15rd mag plate to fix the awful factory looks/ergonomics
    And my favorite, NDZ metal mag plate with pinky lip, only for 10rd mag and adds no capacity but feels great, improves grip & control and drops cleaner.

    April 6, 2021 10:55 pm
  • Robert Chappelear

    After all of the upgrades, would you rather start with a P365 Xl?

    March 22, 2021 1:16 pm
  • Whit Fell

    I have a P365SAS which Wilson Combat tuned and installed a straight trigger. I save my loe for my family. I now have the perfect Carry weapon.

    March 8, 2021 1:00 pm
  • Gummy

    I literally went on Sig"s website and bought the trigger. I mean like right after reading how difficult.

    February 15, 2021 11:03 pm
  • JDAZGuy

    When it comes to everyday carry I try to keep it minimal to avoid any potential legal hang-ups. So here is my shortlist. Hogue slip-on grip just to give me a little palm swell to fill out my hand (faster acquistion and recoil recovery). SnagMag pocket magazine holster for my spare mag (if you havent looked them up, do. they are my go to for carrying spare mags, very discreet, and I like consistency when I am carrying different autos). A Crossbreed IWB for very low, discreet carry, and SIG or Hornady defense ammo. This is my primary gun and I can shoot it as well as my Sig P320 X-Five. Never feel under-armed with this little jewel.

    February 1, 2021 9:06 pm
  • Krush

    Another of my favorite upgrades is a recoil reducing spring system. My choice comes from DPM Systems. I have one in each of my pistols and I think they are the cat's meow. They're pricey at about $100. But, when you fire your pistol and the reacquisition time is significantly less and you accuracy improves, you'll know where the money went.

    November 16, 2020 1:07 pm
  • Ben Miller

    My P365 NRA Model is a Valuable Prize! Without reservation, it has my strongest endorsement!

    The P365 is my First and Only Striker Fired (SF) handgun. I have fired many SF handguns. Both "Stock' and "Custom". Until the P365, I was disappointed by the Trigger/ Action Performance of all others.

    The following "performance" hardware is installed on my P365:
    > M*Carbo's P365 Trigger Spring Kit.
    > Lightning Striker Products' LS7365 Sig P365 Steel Striker.
    > SIGSAUER's Kit-365-FLAT-TRIGGER.

    Additionally, the following "performance" work was done on Fire Control Unit, FCU, components to reduce/eliminate friction and/or mechanical binding.

    NOTE: Dimensions and/or Geometry of components were NOT altered. Sear components were NOT polished.

    1) Minor polishing of FCU "contacting surfaces" (linear and rotational components).
    > 800, 4000, 8000 grit Polishing Boards or Paper; Ultra Fine Polishing Rouge with Dremel Felt Point.
    > Areas to be polished were identified by visual inspection.
    > Sliding Flat Contact: metal-on-metal, coating-on-coating, coating-on-steel.
    > Pins/Pin-Holes: lightly polished to reduce contact rotating friction.
    2) Post-Polish Cleaning and Lubrication:
    > Use degreaser, soft brush and lint-free cloth or shop towel, to thoroughly clean all FCU components prior to reassembly.
    During reassembly of FCU components:
    > Apply very sparse amount of high-quality Action Grease to rotating surfaces (ie, pins and pin-holes)
    > Apply small amounts of high-quality Gun Oil to areas of sliding contact.

    When FCU assembly is complete, examine areas that were lubricated.
    > As needed, apply additional lube.
    > As needed, using a clean lint-free cloth or shop towel, gently remove excess lube.

    Trigger Pull and Action Performance has improved dramatically from NIB values.

    ACTION
    > NIB: "Take-up" and ""Sear Break" were "gritty"
    > AFTER WORK: "Take-up" was clean and smooth; "Sear Break" improved, with light "gritty" feel.

    TRIGGER PULL (Using Wheeler Trigger Pull Scale - spring)
    > NIB: varied between 7-1/2 to 8-1/2 lbf.
    > AFTER WORK: Consistently 4-1/4 lbf.

    PROLOGUE: Sear and interfaces need to be "squared" and polished

    September 3, 2020 9:25 am
  • Baratta_run_n_gun

    Check out Parker Mountain Machine for a barrel and micro comp and tactical.dev for some great P365 accessories. I currently run a 365 slide, with the aforementioned barrel and comp on a 365XL grip module and it's by far my favorite carry gun with 12+1 rounds loaded and a spare 15 on a NeoMag in my pocket.

    August 6, 2020 7:16 pm
  • Bryan

    I was excited about the HSGI Pistol TACO Mag for $28...and then I got over to Amazon and now they're $37.94!!! Ouch! That's almost a full 1/3 increase I cost! What happened? Does Pew Pew Tactical have a discount that I missed? If not, do you think you can get us one? Looks like a great little mag pouch! Thanks for all the ideas! I love my P365!!!

    July 6, 2020 3:31 pm
    • David, PPT Editor

      Prices on everything have been going up :( No discounts that I know of, but you can keep an eye on Daily Deals if one comes up!

      July 6, 2020 5:11 pm
  • Jay

    I have put about 800 rds through my during magazine change out no matter if I drop the slide with slide lock or pulling slide back all the way and letting go 8-12 times does not go fully into battery position to fire, needed to push slide forward with off hand to fire pistol.
    Anyone else having this problem?

    January 2, 2020 11:35 am
    • Bobby Martin

      I found this when I first started putting rounds through mine. First, I was told to use a couple small drops of oil on the bottom of the slide...no more hang ups. Second, I stopped using cheap/old ammo, switched to the Sig FMJ and it made a noticeable difference. Hope this helps.

      January 17, 2020 10:22 am
      • Zak

        Same here....took my P365XL out for the first time yesterday and had the same experience. A little oil and different ammo (more a result of the former than the latter) and I was smooth sailing after that.

        February 2, 2020 1:37 pm
  • diver

    I've had my 365 about 18 mos. It is my primary carry , and fitted with the Crossbreed IWB I can get very low in the belt line even with the 12 rd mag for ultimate concealment without sacrificing access. I wouldn't change anything other than the larger mag. Highly accurate with the stock trigger. I have done trigger jobs on other Sigs and that added excellent value. I may consider the flat trigger if it were less expensive.

    November 28, 2019 3:43 pm
  • Jonathan

    I’m really happy with the XRay sights. I see no reason to change.

    November 23, 2019 8:47 am
  • Dana W Rutledge

    For those interested in the newest sights from Truglo for their P365... it's the TFX pro sights model # TG13SG4PC. This model is made specifically for the P365, according to Truglo. They say they're shipped to distributors but I haven't found any dealers showing this number popping up in their inventory. Maybe before Christmas, hopefully. Just a note of interest.

    October 25, 2019 4:37 pm
    • Alan

      I installed a set and found them too big and the front sight has very sharp back corners. They tore my Uncle Mike’s neoprene holster I occasionally wear.....they were bright and visible but not enough difference for me......switched back to stock for now...

      May 6, 2021 7:41 am
  • Francis

    Ive had my 365 for about 6 months now and really like it. I bought a hogue beavertail slip on grip cover, I havent shot the gun yet with it on there. I just ordered a straight trigger from Grayguns it should be here anyday now. I have a question for you or your viewers is there a heavier recoil spring rod available for the 365?

    October 7, 2019 10:05 pm
    • BRLaue

      I think Sig itself has one.

      March 6, 2020 8:51 pm
    • Eatme

      Why would you want heavier? A lighter spring can get follow up shots faster if you practice.

      May 18, 2020 3:09 am
  • DAVE

    I would call attention to the Talon Grips for these little jewels. Adhesive wrap around, precut for a perfect fit. They can be peeled and adjusted until the fit is exactly right. Heat 'em up with a blow dryer, press 'em on good, and go. Makes a world of difference in the way the pistol feels in your hand. I favor the rubber texture. Great add-on for less than 20 bucks.

    September 15, 2019 7:26 am
    • Daniel

      +1

      October 24, 2019 2:30 pm
  • Ben

    Just ordered the flat trigger for my 365. I adore the flat trigger on my Sig- MPX and I bet it’ll make me fall in love with my 365 again!

    September 14, 2019 8:29 am
  • James DeLap

    Does the TLR-6 have a green laser option?
    Also, it seems the TLR-6 defeats the ULTRA COMPACT purpose of the P365. . ?

    September 13, 2019 9:28 am
    • Mike

      I barely notice the tlr-6 on my 365. I pocket carry with a Blackhawk holster and it is perfect.

      October 8, 2019 6:06 pm
    • Myles Lancette

      Hey James, Check out Viridian laser lights. They have green laser and options. They also have the magnetic auto on feature which I think blows everything else out of the water as far as drawing and firing under duress goes!

      May 17, 2020 2:41 am
  • TX_M

    I have the Tier1 axis slim and just got the Sig Mitch Rosen leather owb holster. I like the 12 rd mags too but find myself carrying the 10rd flush fit mag for appendix.

    September 13, 2019 8:36 am
  • Brian Edwards

    I have a 365 with the Vedder light tuck and claw, love it, Vedder made the holster so that the foxtrot fits. 100%

    September 13, 2019 8:27 am
  • Jon Laferriere

    Not even an honorable mention for NDZ Performances magazine base plate.

    Thing was first of its kind and out way earlier than anyone elses.

    September 13, 2019 4:55 am
    • Steve

      Just put one of these with the finger extension on my flush mag. Feels great.

      March 8, 2021 1:00 pm
  • Jeff S.

    Really hoping that they redesign the spacer for the 15-rd magazines to provide the same slight hook as one gets on the 12-rd mags. Current space is just enough off to not feel quite right.

    September 13, 2019 3:39 am
    • Zak

      Completely agree. Seems like a rush to get it out when the 12 round was so well designed (including ergonomics).

      February 2, 2020 1:42 pm
  • Jim Cummens

    DPM also has 3 three spring recoil reduction system with their adjustable recoil spring system. There are also a number of replaceable grip modules that are customized or available to add your own custom idea with stippling and Ceracote. There are metal grip extensions for the 10 round mag too. Then there's a new extended mag release coming out next month.

    September 13, 2019 1:02 am
  • James DeLap

    Taurus G2C or 365XL for a novice conceal carry?
    I'm only doing this because our government isn't protecting US with IMMEDIATE execution of mass killers: DNA/BALLISTICS/VIDEO+confession!

    September 12, 2019 8:12 pm
    • Arron Greenfield

      Lay off the sauce.

      September 12, 2019 8:19 pm
  • Jim

    I believe the reason Sig does model numbers like they do (Foxtrot365) is that it makes it easier to find in a web search. For example searching for Foxtrot 365 will get you not only results for a Foxtrot 365 model, but also any other Foxtrot model as well. If the words Foxtrot and 365 are both on a webpage, that will return a result even if they don't have the 365 model Foxtrot. But by putting the two words together, as Foxtrot365, you're more likely to only get results for the 365 model.

    So while it may irritate you, it actually has a purpose.

    September 12, 2019 7:06 pm
  • Chucky

    Be careful with the True Precision P365 match grade barrel. I bought one and I have experienced failure to feed and double feeds while testing 115gr Speer Lawman TMJ. I also experienced the same with some standard 115gr Blazer Brass FMJ. No issues with these same
    Rounds when swapping back to the OEM factory barrel...YMMV, good luck.

    September 12, 2019 7:05 pm
  • Big Red

    Bone stock, have ran approx 1000 rounds through mine. Love my P365 as is! Good read, though!

    September 12, 2019 6:32 pm
  • Mutt

    Had the slide milled for a red dot...my old eyes appreciate it

    September 12, 2019 6:21 pm
  • E. B.

    Comment about the picture with the comment: Never argue with wisdom found on an A-10 Warthog’s main gun. Never.

    I was in the AF during the time the AF was forced to procure the A-10. I say forced because if not for the pressure of the Army the AF would not have procured the aircraft. The AF had long ignored their requirement(s) to provide close air support for ground troops. The Army after years of trying to force the AF to fulfill the mission, started development of an attack helicopter. When the AF failed to provide funding for a close air support aircraft the Army stepped up and said fund our attack helicopter. AF capitulated and started the what became the A-10 program. The AF did everything they could to cut costs. No ILS (Instrument landing system--precision landing system aid so the aircraft could land safely in poor weather. The aircraft was to have all weather capability.). The AF plan was to station the aircraft in the U.S. and deploy to Europe when needed and there was only a wing leveling system in the aircraft initially. Flight times (highly variable based on winds and departure/destination but figure 11+ hours as the minimum with multiple air-to-air refuelings. Arduous at best.

    None the less, the AF developed, in my opinion, the absolute best air-to-ground support aircraft ever. The equipment upgrades since the first models came off the production line made the aircraft even better.

    Yet, the AF did its best to remove the aircraft from service multiple times and failed.

    With the AF saying the F-35 can replace it, the A-10 is again on the chopping block or the blade has already fallen. The F-35 cannot replace the A-10 either in terms of the mission or survivability. The F-35 may be a great aircraft. But, has yet to demonstration (and in my opinion) never will demonstrate the kind of success the A-10 delivered from day one.

    The AF needs another air-to-mud aircraft like the A-10, but the AF does not want that mission....

    September 12, 2019 4:09 pm
  • Joshua Barker

    The sig 365 ammo has proven to not pass a denim gel test out of the 365's short barrel and be far worse than federal hst.

    The trigger is a nice upgrade. I also swapped out my grip module with a grayguns grip module which is nice but not groundbreaking.

    September 12, 2019 4:08 pm
    • JuJu

      147gr Federal Premium HST has been my carry load for the past 3 years and I would need a lot of convincing to switch to something different.

      September 12, 2019 7:09 pm
  • Scott C.

    I got the 365XL when it came out and absolutely love it. 12 rounds standard, night sights standard, fills my hand perfectly.

    September 12, 2019 3:29 pm
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