True Precision Produces First Ever P365 Match Grade Barrels

P365’s Just Got Better!
ACWORTH, GA – True precision, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of P365 Barrels, a first ever product that will give consumers the ability to customize one of the most popular pistols of the year. The official launch date for P365 Barrels, threaded and non-threaded, is 01-15-2019. Available on True Precision’s website as well as Rainier Arms, Brownells, Aim Surplus, Optics Planet and Wing Tactical. The Sig Sauer P365 Pistol is lacking aftermarket accessories. Being able to introduce fresh new products into the gun world is what True Precision prides themselves on.

True Precision, Inc. believes the P365 Barrel will make a large impact on the sub-compact market. With improvements to the barrels functionality and design, every P365 owner will find this product to be a must have upgrade for 2019. Each barrel will keep True Precision’s proprietary broach cut rifling process, 1:10 twist rate and an array of performance coatings. Staying consistent with every product True Precision offers, one can expect to get this barrel in almost any color desired. With a wide variety of PVD Coatings, buyers get the luxury of having multiple upgrade options.

On their site, colors vary from Black Nitride, Black DLC, Grey, Stainless, Rose, Gold, Copper, Rainbow and even Blue.

“We couldn’t be happier with how this barrel turned out. This will be a game changer for P365 shooters” – Jimmy Allen, an owner of True Precision.  Focusing on customer driven demands, True Precision has deemed the P365 as a worthy candidate to invest their time and resources into. Not only is the finished product a work of art, but it is better than ever in functionality, fit and aesthetics. True Precision researched possible flaws with stock P365 barrels and improved the overall design. This type of product gives the consumer a new sense of pride in his or her firearm.

True Precision has independently grown an honorable dealer network. Their current online partnerships include names such as Rainier Arms, Brownells, Aim Surplus, Optics Planet and Wing Tactical. All of these locations are stocking True Precisions P365 Barrels this year. With the excitement of the P365 Barrel release, dealers are getting their shelves ready with inventory. Being one of the most popular barrels True Precision offers, they intend to expand the P365 aftermarket product offerings.

True Precision, Inc. is a family-owned and operated business that commits to providing the highest quality firearm products made entirely in the USA. True Precision’s current platform – Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig Sauer and CZ – allows a broad availability for many types of customers. True Precision makes some of the world’s best pistol barrels in 9mm as well as innovative magazine extensions, slides and triggers. True Precision focuses on reliability of the everyday carry lifestyle while having the quality and accuracy for the competition shooter.

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7 Responses to “True Precision Produces First Ever P365 Match Grade Barrels”

  1. MB says:

    Why would anyone need a match grade barrel on a concealed carry gun???

    • Gregory A Reed says:

      I see (with the threaded barrel) a longer, just as concealable, better ballistics capable barrel. Hope they do this for the XDM 10mm. I’m in Alaska and “faster is better” in the woods!

    • BillC says:

      Because some people shoot better and more than you?

    • Mak says:

      The left often asks questions like, why would anyone even need a gun? This kind of question implies you know what is necessary for the people in respect to firearms. I hope you take a few minutes to reconsider the similarities in said logic and perhaps reconsider your outlook on owning firearm accessories, however pointless they may seem to you.

  2. Larry's Carry says:

    I don’t know but it would be worth buying another one and finding out. This gun is a game changer and with some practice is easy to get really use and the 12 round mag gives it plenty of storage.

  3. Steve Doris says:

    you imply that there is something inherently wrong with the stock gun. what “possible flaws with stock P365 barrels” are you referring to? is Sig aware of them? are they addressing them? should i be concerned?

    • KNC says:

      The early Sig barrels penned the top of the barrel badly due to not fitting correctly. This is a known issue and looked like someone has hacked the barrels with a hammer. The current barrels also peen the inside of the locking area under the barrel …still due to not being adequately fitted. That would be an issue that was eliminated with this redesign that would be considered a flaw.