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I've had a few of them.  My current EDC is a Sig P-365 XL with a Sig P-365 SAS ported slide and barrel on it.  The XL frame gives me a better grip for my big hands and higher capacity, while the SAS slide/barrel assembly is shorter with no snags by front sight, plus the ported barel/slide helps with felt recoil.  Probably not for everyone, but it works well for me.

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On 1/24/2021 at 5:51 PM, grasshoppa said:

Going to start a collection like people do with glocks really after an xl now to put a red dot on . Wish they made an optic plate for the regular 365

That is what I was hoping for as well.  Ended up getting an XL and then putting the guts into a standard grip module.  Longer optics ready slide with a smaller grip for concealability.  

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39 minutes ago, FrankD said:

That is what I was hoping for as well.  Ended up getting an XL and then putting the guts into a standard grip module.  Longer optics ready slide with a smaller grip for concealability.  

Dang I wish I would’ve known we could’ve traded frames cause I like the xl frame . You would want to sell your frame would you?

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On 1/26/2021 at 2:10 PM, grasshoppa said:

Dang I wish I would’ve known we could’ve traded frames cause I like the xl frame . You would want to sell your frame would you?

Not likely.  I am actually trying to avoid selling any gun stuff these days.  At the current rates I could empty my parts tubs in a couple years and retire early!

You can actually buy the grip frames direct from Sig

https://www.sigsauer.com/grip-module-365xl-standard-blk-1.html

 

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