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First Look: Tyrant Designs SIG P365 T-Comp

First Look: Tyrant Designs SIG P365 T-Comp

New for the SIG Sauer P365 from Tyrant Designs is the SIG P365 T-Comp compensator, giving owners of this popular subcompact pistol increased control, faster follow-up shots and better recoil management. The SIG P365 T-Comp uses a two-piece design to quickly attach to the threaded barrel of a P365, eliminating the the need for set screws or Loctite to hold it in place.

The P365 T-Comp uses dual chambers that are .250-inch deep. Overall dimensions line up perfectly to the profile of the P365, adding around .750 inch to the end of the slide.

The Tyrant Designs P365 T-Comp is the first compensator made specifically for the SIG Sauer P365, promising improved performance for your pistol. It dramatically reduces muzzle rise and perceived recoil, allowing much quicker target re-acquisition. Compatible with 1/2-28 TPI threaded barrels, the compensator requires no permanent modification to your P365. Once assembled, The T-Comp works on all SIG P365 configurations and will function using almost any grain ammunition. Because the profile of the compensator is the same as the slide of the P365, your gun will fit into most open-ended holsters with the comp attached.

The T-Comp uses an ingenious installation method: The two-piece design installs securely on your pistol in seconds without the need for set screws or any other  attachment methods. Once attached, the Tyrant Compensator stay put as you operate your firearm or while holstering/unholstering your gun. Suitable for range use or for competition, the Tyrant Designs SIG P365 T-Comp is an innovative, new entry into the compensator market.

Tyrant Designs offers its new SIG Sauer P365 compensator in three different two-tone colors: Black on Black, Black on Nickel and Black on Gold. MSRP on the compensator starts at $79.99 and varies depending on the model selected. For more information, please visit tyrantcnc.com.

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