SIG Sauer Announces P365 SAS (SIG Anti-Snag)

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posted on October 3, 2019
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SIG Sauer has announced new innovation to its award-winning 9 mm P365 carry pistol, the P365 SAS (SIG Anti-Snag).

“With the P365 SAS, we have remained true to our core mission of innovation by once again raising the bar, and setting the standard, for concealed carry,” said Tom Taylor, chief marketing officer and executive vice president, commercial sales, SIG Sauer, Inc. “Our proprietary SAS technology removes all the snag points from the pistol by integrating the sights directly into the slide with a flush mounted FT Bullseye sight that’s intuitive, and easy for the untrained eye to pick-up for fast target acquisition whenever the need arises,” he said. 

The P365 SAS has no sights raised above the slide, and the takedown lever and slide stop are flush fit for ultimate smoothness and no snag risk. “Once you see this innovation, you simply will not look at handgun sighting systems the same,” said Taylor.

The polymer striker-fired P365 SAS is features a Nitron finish, the SIG Anti-Snag technology slide treatment with a flush-mounted FT bullseye fiber-tritium night sight, flat controls, a ported slide and barrel, a patented modified double-stack magazine for a 10+1 full-size capacity. It ships with one 10-round magazine, and one 10-round extended magazine (12-round and 15-round magazines available separately.)

Specifications:
Total length: 5.8”
Height: 4.1”
Barrel length: 3.1”
Width: 1”
Weight (w/ magazine): 17.8 oz.

To learn more about the P365 SAS, watch the product video with Phil Strader, Pistol Product Manager, visit sigsauer.com.

 

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