SIG Sauer P365 Pistol Now in .380 AUTO

The popular concealed-carry pistol previously has been available only in 9 mm.

by posted on February 18, 2022
Sig Sauer P365 380

SIG Sauer has announced that its micro-compact P365 pistol is now also chambered in 380. Up until now, the popular concealed-carry pistol has been available only in 9 mm.

“The P365-380 uses the same grip module and fire control unit as the legacy P365 with a lightened slide, a 380 barrel, and a lighter recoil spring, making it easier to rack for an overall exceptionally smooth handling experience,” said Tom Taylor, SIG Sauer's chief marketing officer and executive vice president, commercial sales. “This pistol was designed for everyone but is an ideal option for shooters with smaller hands, as well as those who find the manipulation and recoil management of larger caliber pistols challenging.”

The SIG Sauer P365-380 is a striker-fired pistol chambered in 380 with a 10+1 capacity. This micro-compact pistol features a modular polymer grip module, optic-ready stainless-steel slide with Nitron finish, a curved striker trigger, and dovetail SIGLITE night sights. The P365-380 is also available with a manual safety and ships with (2) 10-round magazines.

Specifications:

Caliber: 380 Auto
Overall length: 5.8”
Overall height: 4.2”
Overall width: 1.0” (1.1” w/manual safety)
Barrel length: 3.1”
Sight Radius: 4.9”
Weight (w/magazine): 15.7 oz.

For more, visit sigsauer.com.

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