Tyrant Designs Announces New Sig Sauer P365 Compensator

Tyrant Designs Announces New Sig Sauer P365 Compensator
Tyrant Designs Announces New Sig Sauer P365 Compensator

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- Tyrant Designs CNC introduces a new chapter in compensator history with the addition to their first series production for the Sig Sauer P365, the SIG P365 T-Comp Compensator. Images and details of their P365 compensator can be seen on their website www.tyrantcnc.com. This new model is extreme on every level as it represents a new direction for compensator design. Utilizing a two-piece design Tyrant has eliminated the need for set screws or loctite, instead of using a housing & stem concept that is self-containing.

SIG SAUER P365 T-COMP

During an up-close look of the compensator, one can tell the use of dual chambers that run .250” in depth. Overall dimensions line up perfectly to the profile of the P365, adding about .750 of an inch past the end of the slide.

The Tyrant Designs P365 T-Comp is also the first compensator made specifically for the Sig P365, promising unparalleled performance against the more traditional & one size fits most comps. Their product description reads as below;

The Tyrant Designs CNC Sig Sauer P365 Compensator, known as the P365 T-Comp, dramatically reduces muzzle rise and sensed recoil, allowing much quicker target re-acquisition. Compatible with ½-28 threaded barrels our compensator requires no modification to your Sig P365, and once assembled fits most open-ended holsters. The T-Comp works on all Sig P365 configurations and will function using almost any grain ammunition.

The real ingenuity is in how the T-Comp is installed. Utilizing a two-piece design our Sig comp installs securely in seconds WITHOUT the need for set screws or any other faulty attachment methods. Working on a concept focused on uncompromised innovation allowed considerable engineering freedom in developing significant solutions. Once attached, the Tyrant Compensator will not come loose while operating your firearm, or while holstering/unholstering it. Whether you are a range day goer or competitive shooter we are confident our Sig Sauer compensator not only outperforms the competition but sets a new standard for compensator innovation.

Tyrant Designs offers their new Sig Sauer P365 compensator in 3 different, two-tone colors: Black on Black, Black on Nickel, Black on Gold. They have stated that their first production run is limited and that all dealer allocations have been filled. To see more head to www.tyrantcnc.com


About Tyrant Designs CNC:Tyrant Designs CNC

Tyrant Designs CNC has 30 years of machining experience in Defense, Aerospace, and Medical fields. After three decades of perfecting our methods, we decided to branch out to gun accessories. Our mission statement is simple; To design and manufacture only the highest of quality rifle accessories . Why? Because your rifle deserves a better quality accessory, and so do you.

For more information, visit: https://www.tyrantcnc.com/

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Greg goes pewpew
Greg goes pewpew
2 years ago

I have their one for the Glock 19, it works very well.

Spider Jerusalem
Spider Jerusalem
2 years ago

In my not so humble opinion… I think there is nothing terribly wrong with getting the threaded barrel. It adds a small amount of barrel length which can improve down range results a bit. However, adding 3/5″ AND the extra mass/dimension does provoke a pause in my thinking. The p365 has a 3″ barrel. It is low mass, low profile. It is not intended that you should be shooting distances with it. It is an up close and personal response to serious threat. So I guess the whole idea of spending an additional $180.00 for the threaded barrel and a… Read more »

Brice H Dyal
Brice H Dyal
2 years ago

I think if your bitching about adding 3/4″ to a sig 365 your insane! I have carried 4″ 686 s&w, 5″ 1911 and 4.5″ g20 iwb going on 26 years now…. If you cant figure out how to carry a full size pistol under shorts and a tank top, your being too picky. If you need a muzzle break on a 9mm, put down the kale shake, pick up some weight and a protein shake. I love the idea of a muzzle break for fun, however, a flash of flames in front of my eyes in a gunfight, ESPECIALLY CONSIDERING… Read more »

Paul
Paul
2 years ago

What does this thingy do?

Gunnar Matthew Mang
Gunnar Matthew Mang
2 years ago
Reply to  Paul

A compensator vents gasses out the side and top of the device which generates force in the opposite direction of the guns recoil, resulting in less muzzle rise and kickback. For a nine millimeter handgun it is almost pointless, these devices are more suitable for long guns with larger calibers.

DANO
DANO
2 years ago

As perfect an out of the box weapon I’ve ever seen and some genius wants to hang crap off of it.
Comps have no business on defense pistols in any case.

Capt. W.G. Stimac
Capt. W.G. Stimac
2 years ago
Reply to  DANO

You are correct, sir.

Heed the Call-up
Heed the Call-up
2 years ago
Reply to  DANO

Dano, why not have a compensator on a defensive pistol? The only drawback I see is that if you are CC, the added length might make it more difficult to CC.

Randy Hudson
Randy Hudson
2 years ago

A good fix for a nonexistent problem.

MB
MB
2 years ago

Great idea, turn an affordable, light, concealable self defense gun into a bling fest brick that cost more than a P210 and longer than a G34..I think this is a great addition to the P365XL, the question nobody asked… The P365 was almost perfect for the role it was designed for, anything Sig or anyone else does to alter that does a real injustice to it’s design.

Rude374
Rude374
2 years ago

What’s the purpose of this on a self-defense gun?

Jeremy B.
Jeremy B.
2 years ago
Reply to  Rude374

Same as any other pistol, faster follow up shots with increase accuracy due to less firearm upset.

Useful in a formal competition and in a competition for your life.

Northern_Michigan
Northern_Michigan
2 years ago

I hate when they can’t actually publish a pic of the comp on the actual pistol it’s meant for….

Alfonzo Griffin
Alfonzo Griffin
2 years ago

My thoughts exactly!

Spider Jerusalem
Spider Jerusalem
2 years ago

+1 to that.

Eli Chavez
Eli Chavez
2 years ago

Now if they would make one for a more popular competition gun, like the canik tp-9 sfx, their business would really expand!

Tim wately
Tim wately
2 years ago

Finally a company that gives the Sig some love. It looks great and no set screws.

james simspon
james simspon
2 years ago

If it works like it looks then you can count me in for one!