Since its 2018 introduction, the SIG Sauer P365 has become one of the most popular subcompact self-defense pistols in America among both men and women. It was a game changer in terms of conceal-carry 9 mm pistols capable of holding 10 rounds.
Now Wilson Combat has taken the pistol and added proprietary custom modifications to improve handling, shooting and optics capability. The 16 new models of Wilson Combat Custom WCP365’s are produced in its Berryville, Arkansas, facility.
Wilson Combat says it has “reimagined” the pistol from top to bottom, offering a choice of a standard or XL Wilson Combat polymer grip module that was developed for superior ergonomics and improved recoil control. “Our significant improvements in shape, texture, and overall ergonomics will give your WCP365 the superb feel of an expertly hand sculpted custom gun,” says a Wilson Combat press release.
Here's what these changes look like: The WCP365 stainless steel slide and 3.1” chromoly barrel wear the most advanced black DLC (Diamond-like-Carbon) physical vapor deposition finish available. This ultra-hard finish has chromium and tungsten underlayers for long-lasting corrosion and abrasion resistance.
Wilson Combat engineers have changed the WCP365 slide’s shape and texture to make it more tactile under stress with an exclusive X-Tac pattern cocking serrations, side top serrations and heavy slide bevels all around. The WCP365’s action in combination with a Grayguns trigger and spring modifications we can make the excellent 365 trigger even better. Each new model will be offered standard or action-tuned.
The Wilson Combat WCP365 can also be ordered with an optic mounting solution or choice of direct milled option (with cover plate and rear Battlesight) for the Trijicon RMRcc, Holosun 407K or 507K, SIG Sauer Romeo Zero or Shield RMSc. Similar options are available on teh WCP365X model. To read all specifications on both the SIG/Wilson Combat P365 and P365X models, visit WilsonCombat.com