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Sig P365-XMACRO COMP Review Comments Off on Sig P365-XMACRO COMP Review

In August 2022, Sig Sauer introduced their P365-XMACRO line of compact, 9mm semi-automatic, striker-fired pistols. The XMACRO is based on their very popular P365 series.

There are three variations, the XMACRO; the XMACRO TACOPS and the XMACRO COMP.

In this article, I’ll review the Sig P365-XMACRO COMP that I was able to rent at my local shooting range.

Features of the Sig P365-XMACRO COMP

  • New Macro-Compact Grip Module with 1913 Rail
  • Integrated compensator for reduced muzzle flip
  • Slim, 1” wide design for better concealment
  • Optic Ready Slide
  • Flat Trigger
  • X-RAY3 Day/Night Sights
  • Polymer Frame
  • Nitron Finish, Stainless Steel Slide
  • Interchangeable Backstrap (small, medium, large)
  • 3.1” Carbon Steel Barrel
  • Compatible with SIG SAUER ROMEOZero
  • Stainless Steel Fire Control Unit (FCU)
  • Includes two, 17-round steel magazines

Dimensions of the Sig P365-XMACRO COMP

  • Overall Length: 6.6″
  • Width: 1.1″
  • Height: 5.2″
  • Barrel Length: 3.1″
  • Weight: 21.5 oz


MSRP is $799.99 which is pretty much what I found most retailers selling it for online.

Sig P365-XMACRO COMP in 9mm
Sig P365-XMACRO COMP in 9mm at the range

At the Range

Having put roughly 200 rounds of Magtech 9mm 115 Grain FMJ down range, I experienced no malfunctions with the P365-XMACRO COMP.

That said, it took me some time to adjust to the thinner frame and longer trigger reset (I normally shoot my favorite home defense and carry pistols, an M&P 2.0 full size and M&P Compact 3.6” with Apex Flat, Forward Set triggers).

The Trigger

While the trigger on the P365-XMACRO COMP is pretty good compared to many other OEM triggers I have tried, I find the reset to be a little too long. That is probably because I am accustomed to the very short reset of the Apex triggers in my M&Ps.

Otherwise, the P365-XMACRO COMP’s trigger is crisp, with a moderate amount of take up, clean break and “quick”, albeit long, reset.

Final Thoughts

I think the major appeal of the P365-XMACRO COMP is the fact that it is so slim and lightweight, yet offers a 17+1 round capacity and is optics ready.

At $800, the P365-XMACRO COMP is definitely not a budget-priced, concealed carry option. But, for those who appreciate Sig’s quality and product innovation embodied in this high capacity, compact, optics ready 9mm pistol, this may be an option worth considering.

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