GRIP MODULE, WCP365 XL, MANUAL SAFETY, BLACK


GRIP MODULE, WCP365 XL, MANUAL SAFETY, BLACK
Rated 5/5 based on 9 customer reviews
$64.9500
Item Number: 365XL-MB
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Wilson Combat has reengineered the SIG-SAUER P365/P365XL grip frame to optimize its practical shooting and concealed carry potential.  These all-new molded polymer grip modules will enhance your grip and improve recoil control.  Our significant improvements in shape, texture, and overall ergonomics will give your P365 the superb feel of an expertly hand sculpted custom gun with a simple grip change. These six new models cover standard and XL P365 frames, with or without a manual safety in black and tan color.

Our fresh look at the P365 grip module incorporates the suggestions of tactical trainers, champion shooters, and firearms experts into the final product that has a look that is unmistakably “Wilson”.  We believe it is the most practical, comfortable, and stylish P365 grip available and the ideal choice for concealed carry and defensive handgun use.

These are non-serialized, newly manufactured grip modules and are not serial numbered firearms.

The Wilson Combat SIG-SAUER P365 Polymer Grip Module features:

  • Upgraded, high-cut 1911-style beavertail grip tang for smooth draws
  • Modified backstrap shape for more natural pointing and enhanced grip and recoil control
  • Undercut front-strap and reshaped, radiused trigger guard for the highest grip possible
  • Improved grip traction and increased grip pattern coverage with Wilson Combat’s exclusive Starburst grip pattern on the sides and aggressive texturing on the front and backstrap
  • Internal Slots for Rod-style Tungsten Weights** (Click Here for WC Tungsten Weight Kit)
  • Factory SIG-SAUER magazine release, spring, and lock included
  • Compatible with all standard holsters
  • 1.6 oz
  • 6 1/8" long
  • 3 1/2" tall
  • 2" grip (front to back)
  • 1 1/8" grip (side to side)
  • Compatable with P365-380

 

**Not compatible with X-Five Tungsten Weights

Light Compatability:

  • Streamlight - TLR-6 Tactical Gun Light
  • Streamlight - TLR-7 Sub Ultra-Compact Tactical Gun Light
  • Crimson Trace LTG 772 Lightguard
  • Crimson Trace LTG 422
  • Sig Sauer Foxtrot365
  • Surefire XSC Micro-Compact Handgun Light
  • Any light compatible with Sig Factory 365 Modules

 

DISCLAIMER: "SIG" is a federally registered trademark of SIG SAUER Inc. and is one of many trademarks owned by SIG SAUER Inc.

Neither Wilson Combat nor this website is affiliated in any manner with or otherwise endorsed by SIG SAUER Inc.  The use of "SIG" or "SIG SAUER'' on this page is merely to advertise the sale of SIG pistols, parts, or components.  For genuine SIG SAUER Inc. products and parts, visit www.sigsauer.com.

P365 Grip Removal/Replacement:

  • Unload and clear your pistol.
  • Remove the slide assembly and set it aside.  Keep your takedown lever in the down position.
  • Remove the rear frame pin from left to right with a small punch.
  • Lift the chassis straight up from the rear at a forward angle out of the stock frame.
  • Install supplied magazine catch, spring, and lock into the WCP365 Grip Module
  • Reverse the process to install the chassis in to the new grip frame.
  • After installation, ensure that the takedown lever is under spring tension and the slide safety lever isn’t blocking the slide, reinstall the slide assembly and move the takedown lever into the locked position.  Ensure that the slide lock and takedown lever have spring tension.
  • Ensure that your pistol functions properly and your magazine drops cleanly after installation of the new grip frame prior to use.

 



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5
Game Changer
I was ready to let my P365XL go. It wasn't my go to because of grip ergonomics. I typically would grab my PDP or P365 micro. Bought this grip and now the XL is my EDC. Retrieves and points better and is a natural fit in my hand.
 
5
Grip module + Talon
Although I love the improvement in ergonomic design of this grip module, I felt it needed something more. I wasn't sure what that was until I saw that Talon now has a product made specifically for the WC grip! What could I lose? The grip tape contours to the WC design to add a little fatness with the ergonomic feel still there. Perfect!
 
5
Awesome
I put this XL grip module paired with the tungsten weights on my p365 and it has made the firearm significantly more pleasant to shoot. I can't recommend enough.
 
5
Money Well Spent
I was thinking about selling my P365. Then I seen these on Wilson website. What a nice upgrade it feels much better than stock also added the Vickers sights front and rear. If you have larger hands this is for you. Everything went in very smooth no problems at all. Thanks Wilson for a great product
 
5
Incredible Module. Not sure what some people are thinking.
I have used a large number of different modules and custom stippling, etc. I have tried icarus as well. This module is amazing. it fills the hand much better and fits all the curves of the hand. Gives you the option of adding weight to it which i highly recommend. It has a more flared magwell for easier reloading. the texture is incredible unless you have soft girl hands. the price is outstanding as far as im concerned. they could easily have charged 100 for this considering what people are paying for inferior modules. and it even comes with the mag catch, which many others do not.
 
4
Nice but has an issue
I purchased the WC P365 because I have a WC P320 grip module and really like it. I saw that the P365 module had the same aggressive texture and undercut trigger guard, both are features that I really like. Fast forward to receiving it... the texture is aggressive and I really like it. Being retired LEO, I prefer a more aggressive grip because I know what happens when SHTF or when it rains... all things possible for an everyday carry gun. I like the undercut trigger guard, which allows a little better purchase on the grip for my hands. Now, for the issue. The magazine well is smaller than the Sig grip module. It does not accept my magazines with Sig factory flat base plates. The squared off rear of the base plates hit the beveled rear of the mag well and stops before it can connect with the magazine catch... that is a problem! I'm glad I tried all of my magazines because three out of five did not work. It would have been bad if I really needed them. I tried three aftermarket "pinky extension" base plates and the only one that worked was the Armory Craft. I can modify the Sig polymer base plates but not the Obsidian Arms or NZ anodized aluminum base plates.... but I shouldn't have to modify any. All of my magazines work with my Sig grip module and they should work with the Wilson. Somebody dropped the ball. I like the grip module enough to replace magazine base plates but I shouldn't have to and, unless the one I received is an anomaly, it could be an issue for others.
 
3
Nice module aesthetically but not necessary.
I have large hands and I ordered this in hopes it would be a better grip module than the stock one with the hogue grip attached but I was wrong. It's definitely a nice module and I will probably run it for a while but maybe not necessary considering it's price and what you get for it. The aggressive texture is nice for grip but it's a tad much, especially for a sub compact conceal carry weapon, this aggressive of a texture seems to be more suited for a duty weapon. It doesn't add much more of utility to it as it's essentially the same module as the stock one with sig's proprietary rail. It has a smaller circumference than the stock module with a hogue grip accessory and as a man with large hands, this WC module doesn't fill my hands and allow for good trigger finger placement like the hogue grip gives. This isn't important but I would like to add that many other people's orders came with Wilson Combat stickers and mine did not. Overall this is a nice grip module but doesn't add much utility to what is already available with the stock module.
 
5
Converting my P365 to a 365X
While my P365 has proven to be very reliable and accurate, the factory grip was too slim and a bit too small in length for my hands. Most of the time I use a 12 round mag with the extended grip which was good, but it wasn't great. Instead of ordering a Wilson P365 grip replacement, I decided to order a Wilson P365XL grip module instead seeing I already had 12 round mags laying around. Installation was as easy as depicted in the Wilson video and once complete, the Wilson grip module is damn near perfect for my hands as I now have the added length and a better profile to grip. Without question, this has been the best investment I have made in this gun. Yes, my grip is now slightly longer than a 365, but the trade off is so worth it. That said, I would strongly recommend this grip module to anyone who wishes their 365 had just a little more grip to work with. Thank you Wilson for creating this option!
 
5
Also what I've been waiting for
Stock X grips there was not enough distance between trigger guard to backstrap, resulting in me struggling with a confident grip. The WC grip adds enough mass in that area that I feel like I have it in a vice, and I had an easier time establishing strong hand from the holster, followed up by more room for my support hand. The only other thing I could've asked for was a little but more magwell flare on the sides so my hand doesn't catch the corner of the flush mag on release from grip. However, if I loosen my grip a bit as I reach for the mag release it will fall out and as I re-establish the grip, I've been managing to stay high on it and get right back to sights on. Smaller hands than mine might like the stock grips.. for everybody else, the WC grips feel great. I haven't been to the range yet, but I'm really looking forward to it and think I'm probably going to make a lot of progress with my P365 platforms when I do. I feel way more confident in my grip on this thing right now.