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Recover Tactical – ZR65 Rail For SIG Sauer P365

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Recover Tactical, perhaps best known for their railed grip panels for the 1911 and Beretta 92, will soon be releasing the ZR65 rail for the SIG Sauer P365. The ZR65 is an over rail adapter designed to interface with the P365’s proprietary SIG Rail, adding an industry-standard M1913/Picatinny rail to the pistol’s dust cover. The ZR65 is made of glass-reinforced polymer, and will be made available in Black.

www.recovertactical.com/collections/compact-rails-and-over-rails/products/zr65-sig-sauer-p365-picatinny-over-rail-adapter

In addition to the P365, Recover is also releasing attachable rails for the M&P Shield 9/40, Glock 26, Glock 43, Glock 19 Gen 1/2, and Glock 17/19 Gen 3-5.

www.recovertactical.com/collections/compact-rails-and-over-rails

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12 Responses to “Recover Tactical – ZR65 Rail For SIG Sauer P365”

  1. EOD Fish says:

    I am curious if this is as much of a moo point as the polymer80 26 frame with the rail. Having the rail is great but you still have to find a light that fits.

    • Spend $27.50 on a rail or $180 for a new frame + money to have it built. To me the ReCover Rails rail seems like a much more inexpensive and practical retrofit to existing pistols.

      • EOD Fish says:

        You took my question the wrong way. I wish I had seen this option a few weeks ago as it is a no brainer but the issue is that the frame is so short that most normal and respected weapon lights wont seat on the rail before they hit the trigger guard. What have you guys found that will fit? I’ll gladly ditch this 80% if your product opens up more options.

  2. minn-kota says:

    Because apparently Sig learned nothing from the H&K USP or S&W Sigma.

    Industry will quickly outpace their intent to make/brand the accessory that they want the consumer to buy. And they’ll will leave a legacy of frustrated customers that need an “adapter” to use a desired accessory.

    It gets worse about a generation from now (who am I kidding, its Sig, so 2.5 generations from now) when they change to the configuration they should’ve started with, and echoes of “oh crap, you have one of those early ones” will be heard in gun stores throughout the land.

    • some other joe says:

      To be fair, the USP is a pre- or transitional-phase to Picatinny. Having a proprietary rail, like the XM8 and early G36, is an artifact f the time, not a design FUBAR. The Sigma is probably in the same boat. This is a VHS vs. Betamax situation.

      As others have pointed out, SIG made a deliberate design choice away from Picatinny in the age of standardization to make a smaller gun. Their assessment, their gamble.

  3. minn-kota says:

    To be clear, I applaud and appreciate the efforts of Recover Tactical. And all other companies that will profit from the shortsightedness of others with solid solutions.

  4. JR says:

    Sig makes a light & a laser for the P365. Other manufacturers of lights & lasers are free to make adapters for their lights or dedicated lights as well.
    For those who do not want a bunch of stuff hanging off the front of a tiny pistol, the Sig slots are a good compromise as they take up no space and weigh nothing.

    • PPGMD says:

      I agree with a gun this small you are better off with more elegant purpose built lights/lasers (like Crimson Trace’s Laser Guards) than a bodge to put a larger pistol lights that will have virtually no holster support.

  5. defensor fortismo says:

    The question of what light will fit leads to the obvious question of whether a light that small is really worth carrying. most of the lights small enough to fit are going to have an inherently low output. I went through this with a TLR3 and my edc for a year before I decided that there wasn’t much point carrying a 400 lumen, (now a 1000,) handheld and a 120 lumen wml.

    • minn-kota says:

      It would seem to have room for the TLR 7 or 8 from Streamlight, their first field worthy entrant into the compact weaponlight game (500 alleged Lumens) .

      Now holsters, that’s a whole different issue / problem.

      • Mike D says:

        The TLR7/8 is hardly “field worthy” for most people. The controls are horrible, you have to have banana fingers to even reach them. There are so many negative comments on these lights that holster makers don’t WANT to make holsters for them. I’d rather see Streamlight make a different backplate with paddles on it similar to that of their TLR1. If they did that, I think you’d see more people willing to make holsters for the light.

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