Sig P365 SAS 9MM
Sig P365 SAS 9MM designed to be the ultimate CCW pistol, the P365 SAS is designed for perfect concealment with the smoothest draw possible.
The first thing you’ll notice is the flat slide; the P365 SAS incorporates the FT Bullseye sight directly into the slide, reducing the biggest potential snag hazard on the gun.
Fiber optic and tritium inserts ensure the sight is visible and day or low light, perfect for almost any defensive situation.
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Sig Sauer W365-9-SAS P365 SAS 9MM Handgun
The P365 SAS was designed for the serious CCW user who truly understands the value of smoother draws, faster sight acquisition, and more effective engagements at realistic distances. This pistol does just that by taking the concept of the SIG Anti Snag (SAS) treatment to a whole new level.
- Brand: Sig Sauer
- Model: P365 SAS
- Type: Pistol: Semi-Auto
- Caliber: 9MM
- Finish: Nitron Stainless Steel Slide
- Stock: Fully Textured Polymer Grip Module
- Sight: FT Bullseye Fiber-Tritium
- Barrel Length: 3.1
- Overall Length: 5.8
- Weight: 17.8 oz
- Capacity: 10+1
- # of Mags: 2 (1 10+1 Flush & 1 10+1 Extended)
- Receiver: Polymer
- Packaging: Plastic Case
- Features: Striker Fire, Sig Anti-Snag Treatment
Great pistol bought it for its sight system mostly as I purchased a 365 last month with x-ray sight system. My only disappointment was the pistol is not as pictured. I was very interested in having this little pistol being ported which it was not. I went to Sig s website to learn that to be ported it had to have a “c” in the model description. Lesson learned so off to Mag Na Port and I await its return.
The information on my purchase of my Sig Sauer P365 SAS led me to believe that the gun had a ported barrel. This was not the case. Other than that my expectations were met.
Nice pistol as the P365 is a fantastic platform. Mine did not have the ported slide and barrel like pictured which was a surprise but I’m fine with it since I wasn’t sure if I’d like that feature or not.
The bullseye sights are very different than traditional irons and do take getting use to. I haven’t been able to shoot consistent groups with it even at 5 yards. I’m not an expert marksman but I’m not a bad shot, either. Realistically, this pistol is designed for CCW and if you were ever in the terrible situation of having to use you pistol in that capacity, I don’t know if you would have the time to ideally line up a shot anyways.
The SAS is a neat idea but I don’t think it is all that necessary unless you have a very specific need for it. In hindsight, I think I’d prefer the non SAS model but I still like it.