For SIG Sauer, small is beautiful – their new P365 may be a micro-compact pistol, but it still manages to offer a high-capacity mag with 12 rounds of BB-blasting fun.
O2 guns based on powder-burning originals are often used as training tools for the bullet-firing originals – at least in the countries that allow their ownership. One such gun is SIG Sauer’s new offering, the P365.
Modelled after its award-winning 9mm counterpart, this tiny air pistol is the perfect way for US shooters to practise their concealed carry firearm techniques.
That’s not quite so useful for shooters over here in the UK, but what we can do is unleash 12 BBs from a package that weighs just 360 grams (0.8 lb) and measures less than 15cm in length (5.75”).
This little BB gun has a lot to live up to, because over in the States its powder-burning namesake was named by the NRA’s Shooting Illustrated Magazine as its Golden Bullseye winner for 2019 Handgun of the Year.
Luckily, the CO2 variant looks set to do just that, as its weight and dimensions are comparable to the original, and it has a full blowback metal slide, the aforementioned 12-round magazine, green high-visibility three-dot fixed sights and a manual safety.
The SIG Sauer P365 has a suggested retail price of £135.99 and is available now.
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