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First Look: Rival Arms Slide Kits for SIG P320 & P365

First Look: Rival Arms Slide Kits for SIG P320 & P365

Rival Arms is known for making modular pistol components for do-it-yourself firearm enthusiasts. Now the company has announced a new line of match-grade barrels, optics-ready slides, guide rods and slide-completion kits for SIG Sauer P320 and P365 pistols.

The first offerings are standard and threaded barrels for the SIG Sauer P365, P365 XL, P320 Carry, P320 full size, and P320 X5 pistols. The barrels begin with a stainless-steel billet to deliver maximum durability and then are precisely milled using CNC machines to exacting tolerances to ensure the greatest possible accuracy. The barrels are then treated with a PVD coating in black or gold which provides exceptional wear and corrosion resistance. Threaded barrels also come with 1/2-28 threads for use with popular aftermarket suppressors and compensators, along with a color-matching thread protector for use without muzzle devices. 

The Rival Arms slides for the P365 and P320 Full Size and Carry are CNC-machined from 17-4PH stainless steel billet. The milled slides are then QPQ thermo-chemical case hardened to deliver maximum strength, corrosion resistance, and durability. The slides also feature robust serrations and window cuts to enhance operational performance and appearance.

As an added bonus, these new slides are shipped from Rival Arms with either an RMR cut or other cut suitable for a range of popular handgun optics such as Docter, Noblex, TruGlo, Vortex, Burris or similar optic.

Also available from Rival Arms is a slide completion kit for SIG Sauer P320 and P365 that includes every part needed to assemble the internal workings of your new slide. In addition to this, stainless steel and tungsten high-performance guide rod assemblies are also available for the P365 and P365 XL models.

For more information on SIG Sauer P365 and P320 upgrades and other precision-manufactured handgun components and accessories from Rival Arms, please visit rival-arms.com.

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