Firearms|Firearm Accessories

Last year, Icarus Precision released their first SIG pistol grip modules under the ACE family name of products. The acronym ACE stands for Accuracy, Control, Enhance. The ACE family of aluminum gripes where designed for different models of SIG SAUER pistols. Now, Icarus Precision has added to the ACE lineup with the SIG 365 XL Hybrid Pro.

The SIG 365 XL Hybrid Pro by Icarus Precision is machined out of T-7075 aluminum and is available unfinished or finished in a Cerakote. The Cerakote colors available are: Black, Grey, OD Green or Midnight bronze. The grip module also features 1913 Picatinny rail slots for mounting accessories. You can also choose the SIG 365 XL Hybrid Pro with or without a safety cut in the aluminum frame.

Below is product description from Icarus Precision on the SIG 365 XL Hybrid Pro.

Product Description

Our new Hybrid grip texture is designed to be agressive but also comfortable. The diamond grip texture is elongated to disperse the pressure while still offering excellent grip.

Exaggerated finger notch designed to help you lock in and improve ergonomic feel.

Area surrounding the magazine switch has been reduced to improve operation.

Extended Beaver Tail to reduce muzzle flip making repeated/rapid shooting exceptionally controllable.

The new SIG 365 XL Hybrid Pro is available for preorder on their website for $199.99. Head over to Icarus Precision to learn more

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