SIG Sauer Releases Special-Edition NRA P365

posted on April 23, 2019
SIG Sauer has partnered with Lipsey's to create the special-edition NRA P365 micro-compact pistol, released just ahead of the National Rifle Association Annual Meeting, held April 26–28, 2019 in Indianapolis, Ind.

"SIG Sauer has a long history of supporting the NRA through programs and products,” began Tom Taylor, chief marketing officer and executive vice president, of commercial sales for SIG Sauer. “We expect this unique collaboration with one of our leading business partners on one of the best-selling guns in the market will drive substantial awareness and support for the NRA, and be very popular amongst consumers.”

The NRA P365 features a coyote-tan grip and slide, with all the same features of the standard SIG Sauer P365 striker-fired pistol. This micro-compact pistol features a modified double-stack magazine for a capacity of 10+1 rounds of 9 mm Luger. In addition to two standard magazines, this unique package also includes the popular 12-round extended magazine, giving the P365 a 13-round capacity, and XRAY3 Day/Night sights. The pistol package comes with a SIG Sauer/NRA-branded P365 challenge coin, and boasts a unique NRA serial number.

The NRA P365 Pistol will be distributed exclusively through Lipsey’s to SIG Sauer retailers beginning in May, and on display at the SIG Sauer Booth (#3912) at National Rifle Association Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Ind. For more information on the pistol, please visit

Total length: 5.8”

Barrel length: 3.1”

Weight (incl. magazine):18 oz.

Height: 4.3”


Sight radius: 4.9”



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