Last month, Sig Sauer stealthy revealed the Sig Sauer P365 SAS (Sig Anti-Snag). It was a surprise when it started making the rounds on Sig Sauer social media platforms. 

What was different about this new P365 SAS was that it removed the front sight. Instead adopting an integrated flush mounted-bullseye sight. It also comes with a ported slide and barrel to help reduce muzzle flip. Double stack magazines to allow for higher capacity magazines. The slide stop and takedown lever are flush to also help avoid snagging. 

Here is what Sig Sauer has to say about the P365 SAS.

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. 

Features and Specs

• Flush-Mounted FT Bullseye Fiber-Tritium Night Sight

• Ported Slide and Barrel for Less Muzzle Flip

• Flat Controls for Completely Smooth Sides to Reduce Snag Points

• SIG Anti-Snag Slide Treatment

• Striker Fired Design with a Clean, Crisp Trigger Pull

• (1) 10rd Flush and (1) 10rd Extended Mag Included


• Total length: 5.8”

• Barrel length: 3.1”

• Weight (incl. magazine): 17.8 oz.

• Height: 4.1”

• Width: 1”

• Sight Radius: n/a

The new Sig Sauer P365 SAS is priced to sell at $579. 

What do you think of the P365 SAS? Is it a subcompact you would be interested in for conceal carry? Let me know in the comments below. 

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