SIG SAUER Continues to Redefine Everyday Carry with P365 XL Pistol

SIG SAUER P365 XL Pistol
SIG SAUER P365 XL Pistol

NEWINGTON, N.H.-(Ammoland.com)- SIG SAUER, Inc., is continuing to redefine the expectations for Everyday Carry with the introduction of the P365 XL pistol by combining the capacity, control, and shootability of a full-size pistol, with the concealability of a micro-compact. The P365 XL, much like its predecessor, is set to redefine Everyday Carry. Again.

“When the P365 was introduced it hit the market by storm, and was a game-changer when it comes to Everyday Carry, by delivering unprecedented capacity in a micro-compact size. The P365 instantaneously became the top-selling pistol, and one of the most award-winning pistols in history,” began Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “With the P365 XL we have once again redefined Everyday Carry by delivering 12+1 capacity, or 15+1 capacity, in a highly concealable, compact profile while bringing many of the XSERIES features to the P365 that are extremely popular and sought after by consumers.”

The SIG SAUER P365 XL is a 9mm striker-fired pistol, featuring the XSERIES P365 grip module with an integrated carry magwell and extended beavertail, a flat trigger with a 90-degree break, and a 3.7” barrel for increased accuracy while retaining concealability. The P365 XL features an optics-ready slide, compatible with the new SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEOZero and RMSc Optics, comes equipped with X-RAY3 Day/Night sights, and ships with two 12-round magazines (15-round magazines available separately.)

The P365XL Pistol Specs:

  • Total length: 6.6”
  • Barrel length: 3.7”
  • Weight (Incl. magazine): 20.7 oz.
  • Height: 4.8”
  • Width: 1.1”
  • Sight Radius: 5.6”

The SIG SAUER P365 XL pistol is now shipping.


About SIG SAUER, Inc.SIG SAUER Logo

SIG SAUER, Inc. is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms, electro-optics, ammunition, airguns, suppressors, and training. For over 100 years SIG SAUER, Inc. has evolved, and thrived, by blending American ingenuity, German engineering, and Swiss precision. Today, SIG SAUER is synonymous with industry-leading quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens. Additionally, SIG SAUER is the premier provider of elite firearms instruction and tactical training at the SIG SAUER Academy – a world class, state-of-the-art, 140-acre training facility. SIG SAUER is headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire, and has more than 1,700 employees across eight locations, and is the largest member of a worldwide business group that includes SIG SAUER GmbH & Co. KG in Germany. For more information about the company and product line visit: sigsauer.com.

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JIAZ
JIAZ
1 year ago
Joe
Joe
1 year ago

I own a P365 and am pleased with the gun. However, reported, and experienced, concerns continue to make me wonder if the gun is, and will continue to be, reliable. Those concerns, and how they will be addressed by Sig, is another topic. This comment addresses how these guns are set up to shoot. This is a direct quote from Sig’s FAQS page and states that “All SIG SAUER production duty/combat pistols are set up to use a “combat” sight picture. This is where the front sight completely covers the bullseye of the target.” I have heard of a “6… Read more »

John A Bird
John A Bird
1 year ago
Reply to  Joe

I’ve never relied on a sight pattern at 10 yes, how much for a used Sig?

och will
och will
1 year ago

Fits in your pocket or hidden in your waist band. Whats not to like? Concealed Carry shooters have only shot and killed maybe a dozen or two policemen in the past ten years in America while deterring an unknown number of criminals estimated as somewhere between zero and “thousands” depending on whether or not the estimate is provided by a gun safety group or , in the latter case, ANY gun industry sales and marketing source. Such as the NRA, a gun industry sales and lobbying group dedicated to “guns everywhere for everyone” in America. What could possibly go wrong… Read more »

Mark
Mark
1 year ago
Reply to  och will

Violent crime today is far lower than the 1980/90s. There are more guns and gun owners now in America than anytime in history. As guns and gun ownership increase, violent crime continues to drop. Guns save 2.5 million lives per year via defensive use. We don’t even rank in the top 10 in terms of violence per capita, which is what really matters. Gun violence is not a valid stat. Saying someone was stabbed or beaten to death (instead of shot) doesn’t give solace to the victim. All that matters is murders. As guns increase, murders decrease.

Jim
Jim
1 year ago
Reply to  och will

you cant just pull numbers out of your a ss and try to pass them off as facts, go read something other than the NYT or bloombergs trash and you will find violent crime is down in states that dont crap on the 2A and your NRA gibberish is right out of the dem talking points hand book for idiots

Get Out
Get Out
1 year ago
Reply to  och will

Can you post a link to your outrageous claims? It should look similar to this where CDC basically says you’re wrong as usual.

CDC Study: Use of Firearms for Self-Defense is ‘Important Crime Deterrent’
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/cdc-study-use-firearms-self-defense-important-crime-deterrent

Jack
Jack
1 year ago

Glock 26 is better. Somewhat larger, but 100X more reliable.

Ed Perrott
Ed Perrott
1 year ago
Reply to  Jack

Who are you kidding? You’ll look foolish if you keep saying that.

Thomas R Smith
Thomas R Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  Jack

LOL, says the Glock Fan Boy that never shot the P365. Great gun and way more accurate than the ugly and bulky Glock 26.

Jack
Jack
1 year ago

They break at 2,000 rounds. Firiing pin breaks and trigger spring snaps. Search YouTube.

George Woodruf
George Woodruf
1 year ago

It’s bigger, it’s heavier, and how many rounds do you really need? The p365 has 10 +1, the XL has 12+1 or 15+1. Quite a “lump” for a concealed carry. At 9mm, and 10 rounds, if that’s not enough, spend more time at the range!

Eric
Eric
1 year ago
Reply to  George Woodruf

George must buy based on budget or he has never shot quality

Mike
Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  George Woodruf

Love that answer, “Because that’s all we had”
Excellent

Charles
Charles
1 year ago
Reply to  George Woodruf

I love the “if you need more rounds go to the range” comment that always comes up.

Sometimes one may be defending him/herself against multiple assailants. Although it’s not common, it does happen. 12 or 15 rounds is better than 10 in that scenario.

Evin Herzberg
Evin Herzberg
1 year ago

That’s nice… Just getting a Glock anyways.

Charles H
Charles H
1 year ago

What caliber? It is not mentioned anywhere in the promotion
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Deansomean
Deansomean
1 year ago
Reply to  Charles H

R u dumb? Its in the second paragraph of the of the story 9mm…..

Darrell
Darrell
1 year ago
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Jennifer Russell
Jennifer Russell
1 year ago
Reply to  Deansomean

You’re a rude douchebag, Dude.

Ralph Fiscus Jr
Ralph Fiscus Jr
1 year ago
Reply to  Charles H

From the article lol

SIG SAUER P365 XL is a 9mm striker-fired pistol, featuring the XSERIES P365 grip module with an integrated carry magwell and extended beavertail, a flat trigger with a 90-degree break, and a 3.7” barrel for increased accuracy while retaining concealability.

Scott
Scott
1 year ago
Reply to  Charles H

It says, “The SIG SAUER P365 XL is a 9mm striker-fired pistol…”

Mian sheraz
Mian sheraz
1 year ago

What price

Thomas R Smith
Thomas R Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  Mian sheraz

$579 if you can find them. Not widely available yet.

Wayne Freeman
Wayne Freeman
1 year ago
Reply to  Thomas R Smith

I have the P365 and qualified in 300 round tactical training. I have Glocks too.