First Look: Lone Wolf Barrels for the P365

Known for their Glock accessories, Lone Wolf is trying something new.

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posted on August 11, 2023
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Lone Wolf Distributors is now selling aftermarket handgun barrels for the popular Sig Sauer P365 family of slimline carry pistols. The company’s new drop-in friendly “Dawn 365” barrels fit both the regular P365 and the slightly larger P365 XL pistols. Dawn 365 barrels are machined from 416 stainless steel and finished with a QPQ coating. These new barrels have also been profiled to reduce the bearing surface between the slide and barrel allowing smoother cycling without needless wear and friction points. Lone Wolf also offers Dawn 365 aftermarket barrels with threaded muzzles as well.

Lone Wolf Dawn 365 Aftermarket Drop-in Barrel Features:

  • 416SS barrel with new DAWN 365XL profile design finished in PVD or QPQ, depending on finish color
  • Hood pocket and profile facets to reduce bearing surface for faster cycling and coating wear resistance
  • Factory slide drop-in ready
  • Threaded barrels available
  • Colors available: Black, Graphite Gray, FDE (Flat Dark Earth), Oil Rubbed Bronze

SIG Sauer’s P365 pistol family is a market leader in the hugely popular category of small, easy to conceal defensive pistol. The efficient design and profile of the P365 allows people to carry a pistol with a relatively small footprint while still having a full load of ammo onboard relative to their size. Virtually all major holster companies have holster options for the P365 line, as well as other boutique holster makers. The popularity of these P365 means that Lone Wolf, a company once focused solely on Glock parts, has begun to sell P365 accessories and replacement parts.

Pricing for the new Lone Wolf Dawn 365 aftermarket drop in barrels for the Sig P365 starts at $160 and ranges through $175. To learn more about these barrels or other accessories sold by Lone Wolf Distributing, please visit their website at lonewolfdist.com.

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