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    Default Article: "Sig Sauer Quietly Launches the P365 SAS Pistol"

    Recently Sig Sauer added a new variant of their popular P365 line on their webpage: The P365 SAS. No, they’re not referring to the British Special Air Service, but instead “Sig Anti Snag.”
    The first and most obvious difference between the SAS and the traditional P365 is the lack of traditional iron sights. Instead of the typical system, the P365 SAS has what they’re calling a Flush-Mounted FT Bullseye Fiber-Tritium Night Sight. It appears to be the same concept as a guttersnipe sight, but modernized like the Israeli TAS fiber optic sight.

    The second main difference, one that may be a deal-breaker for some, is that the barrel is ported to help control muzzle rise. Lastly, the controls are shortened and flattened to maximize concealability.

    Here’s what they have to say about it:
    The P365SAS 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. With the incorporation of the FT Bullseye sight embedded into the slide, the P365SAS does away with the need of a primary snag hazard of all pistols…the front sight. With the assistance of fiber optics during the day and tritium in low light, the user can now obtain a crystal clear high-visibility bullseye sight picture at real-word engagement distances faster than ever before. The ported barrel and slide results in up to 30% less muzzle flip and zero front sight fouling, since there isn’t one. The flush slide catch and takedown levers ensure absolute smoothness and zero snag risk. After shooting the P365SAS, sights will never look the same.

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    Join Date
    Dec 2010

    Default Re: Article: "Sig Sauer Quietly Launches the P365 SAS Pistol"

    Bliksem, the Timmys are gonna be queuing for this one...

    SIG should've brought it out in a bundle with a packet of RIP ammo included.

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