New Sig P365XL Spectre Comp

Michael R Crites

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P365 XL Spectre Comp

Sig Sauer has cranked out several Spectre-series pistols including two different P320 variants and a P365XL, but now they have added what seems to be an interesting concept for a carry micro-gun, an integrally compensated model.

The new Sig P365XL Spectre Comp has all the Spectre “stuff” including a laser-stippled X-SERIES (LXG) grip module, an optics-ready slide with custom serrations, a titanium nitride gold barrel, X-SERIES gold flat trigger, and X-RAY 3 day/night sights.

Added to this is an integrated compensator that Sig contends reduces muzzle flip and felt recoil by up to 30 percent, and because of the design “will never come loose or cause function issues.”

Beauty shots below.

P365XL SPECTRE COMP - HERO RIGHT
P365XL SPECTRE COMP - HERO LEFT
P365XL SPECTRE COMP - DOWN RIGHT
4.6/5 - (44 votes)

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