The Advantages of Owning a Sig Sauer P365 Tacpac

It would be fair to say that since the launch of the Sig Sauer P365 Tacpac, there’s been quite a bit of hype surrounding the weapon. In a market that’s largely dominated by the Austrian giant that is Glock, this relatively new entrant has been talked up. The question is, is it justified?

Coming in with a slimmer profile than the Glock 43, it’s a handgun with a great trigger that compares to the very best in its class of defensive weapons. That’s just scratching the surface, however, so let’s dig down a little further to see if there are any more winning USPs. 

The Sig Sauer P365 Tacpac Is Read Made For Action

As owners of this nifty little package get to see when opening the box, the P365 Tacpac comes with everything you need to get up and running. For instance, the 11-round magazine (which incidentally is 4 more than the Glock 43) sets it off to a great start, as does the extremely-well-made holster that sets you up perfectly for concealed carry. 

Let’s examine the specs… 

  • Caliber – 9mm
  • Length – 5.8 inches
  • Weight – 17.8 ounces
  • Trigger weight – 6 lbs
  • Cost – $599

When taking this beauty in hand, you’ll see that it’s a cut above the rest, particularly as the grip is great – just like many others from Sig Sauer. The stippling in particular is a lovely touch, with the undercut of the trigger guard offering an even higher grip than normal. 

You’ll notice above that the stated trigger weight is 6 lbs, but we don’t think that’s accurate. In fact, we think that tops out lower than that because when we fired it at the range, it felt much smoother and lighter. Perhaps it’s just down to how good it feels in hand.

We Loved the Shootability of the Sig Sauer P365 Tacpac 

Another aspect of the P365 that we loved was the lack of recoil – something that makes it super easy to shoot. A number of our team are experienced with larger handguns than the P365, but even they said that the feel when firing was like that offered by bigger weapons. 

What also helps the firing experience are the lovely green dot front sights that allow the aimer to actually stand a great chance of hitting what they’re firing at.

The recoil offered was surprisingly light too, feeling much less snappy than others in its class. We put it down to the magic in the hands of the Sig Sauer engineers, as the lack of kick doesn’t seem to be for any reason other than how it was designed. 

Firing the Sig Sauer P365 Tacpac Leaves You With a Nice Feeling

If there’s one characteristic that tells you everything you need to know about the P365 is that it’s fun to fire. It’s one of those handguns that draws you back for more and soon…you don’t want to shoot anything else! 

Everything about is classy and fares very well when compared to much more expensive options. Here Sig Sauer is showing everything that’s good about what they do. For that reason, it’s a handgun we’d recommend buying every day of the week. 

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