The SIG P365 took the industry by storm and continues to dominate in popularity.
SIG's latest compact semi-auto pistol with lightweight polymer-frame is a striker-fired pistol that is fun to shoot, easily concealed for everyday carry, and reasonably priced at $499.99.
We know it's a wildly popular firearm, but does it hold up to a 1,000 round torture test in the desert?
It stood up to our torture test, successfully firing 1,000 rounds of ammo with no malfunctions.
While we expected as much, even we were impressed with how it performed!
SIG SAUER is proud to announce that the P365 has been selected by the NRA’s Shooting Illustrated Magazine as their Golden Bullseye winner for 2019 Handgun of the Year. This award, along with all of the recent awards and accolades including: Guns and Ammo Magazine’s 2018 Handgun of the Year; the Industry Choice Award for Handgun of the Year; 2018 Ballistic Magazine’s Editor’s Choice for Compact Semi-Automatic Pistols; and the NASGW-POMA Caliber Award for Best Overall Product is further evidence of the P365’s unequaled innovation, unparalleled quality, and unmatched reliability.
We are honored to have this recognition from our peers as we work to continually bring the world’s best products to our customers.
If the awards and customer reviews weren't enough, after enduring a rigorous test period, the Indiana State Police adopted the SIG Sauer P365 as its back-up duty firearm in April 2019.
“The SIG Sauer P365 gives Indiana State Police Troopers primary carry capabilities in a sub-compact configuration,” said Assistant Chief of Staff Operations for the Indiana State Police Lt. Col. Matt Bilkey, “Its high level of accuracy, small size, and high round capacity make it a perfect firearm for our officers, both on and off duty, and is a great counterpart to our primary duty firearm the SIG Sauer P227.”
What do you think? Have you shot the P365? Do you own or carry one yourself?
We'd love to hear what you think of it!
Jenn Jacques, Editor-in-Chief
Jenn was born and raised in a big family in rural Northern Wisconsin — learning about firearm safety, hunting, and fishing from an early age.
Now a wife and mother of three, the proud daughter of a world-traveled hunter and Lifetime NRA Member is a Visiting Fellow with the Independent Women’s Forum, a former editor for Bearing Arms, and an “all-around good gal with a gun.” She frequently appears on NRA TV, Armed American Radio, and has been covered by Townhall, the Washington Post, Twitchy, and Women’s Outdoor News.
She has hundreds of hours of firearms training under her belt including street encounters, low light/no light training, and is a graduate of the prestigious Gunsite Academy. She was also named a Local Champion of Gun Safety by the NSSF in their fourth annual Project ChildSafe S.A.F.E. Summer campaign for her efforts to promote firearm education and safety within her community, especially for children.
Jacques continues to be an active and ardent supporter of the Second Amendment, an outspoken concealed carry advocate, and an avid outdoors woman.