Nothing to Snag on – the Sig Sauer P365 SAS
By Seth Rodgers
In September 2019 Sig Sauer offered an additional entry into its popular P365 series, debuting the P365 SAS. Donning the Sig Anti Snag moniker, the P365 SAS is designed to lessen common areas of trouble in concealment, but does it really measure up to such a lofty ideal?
Stick around as we put this handgun through its paces.
The Innovation from Sig
The most notable feature on the SAS is the lack of a traditional three-dot sight system. Sig instead opts for the FT Bullseye Fiber Tritium Night sights which are flush-mounted. Though these differ from standard three-dot sights, the same sighting principles still apply.
While the lack of traditional sights may be the most notable aspect of this firearm, the recessed slide lock and lack of a takedown lever don’t trail far behind. This all adds up to create a super smooth draw from concealment. An hour into draw practice, I realized the anti-snag treatment was no joke — I couldn’t get this gun to snag on a cover garment if I tried.
Practicing from both the appendix and 4 o’clock positions proved this gun was smooth in and out of the holster. The P365 SAS conceals with amazing ease in the CrossBreed Reckoning