Wilson Combat WCP365, the SIG Sauer P365 pistol at the “next level”

What do you get when you combine one of the most popular and reliable ultra compact 9mm pistols and one of the most renowned U.S. custom firearms manufacturers? 

The answer is: the Wilson Combat Custom WCP365. Following the same development pattern that already produced the WCP320 model, in conjunction with SIG-Sauer Wilson Compact first introduced a polymer grip module for the SIG Sauer P365, and now drops a complete high-end carry gun featuring “a host of proprietary custom modifications to improve handling, shooting and optics capability” and offered in eight variants.

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Wilson Combat's improvements are in shape, texture, shootability and overall ergonomics, They include exclusive X-Tac pattern cocking serrations, side top serrations and heavy bevels all around the WCP365 stainless steel slide. Coating is a black DLC (Diamond-like-Carbon) physical vapor deposition finish that also protects the 3.1” chromoly barrel from wear, corrosion and abrasion. The Grayguns trigger and spring modifications improve the already excellent P365 trigger, and each new model will be offered standard or action-tuned  with straight trigger for those who want the best trigger pull possible in their defensive firearm.

The Wilson Combat battlesight system includes a red fiber optic front sight.

As for the different versions, you can have your Wilson Combat WCP365 with an optic mounting solution or your choice of direct milled option (with cover plate and rear Battlesight) for the Trijicon RMRcc, Holosun 407K or 507K, SIG Sauer Romeo Zero or Shield RMSc.  The Wilson Combat battlesight includes a wide, deep U-notch rear with concave serrated blade and a red fiber optic front sight.

The slide and 3.1” chromoly barrel of the WCP365 have a black DLC (Diamond-like-Carbon) physical vapor deposition finish.

The grip is the proprietary Wilson Combat polymer module, of course, featuring an upgraded, high-cut 1911-style beavertail grip tang, 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 thanks to Wilson Combat’s exclusive Starburst grip pattern on the sides and aggressive texturing on the front and backstrap. The grip module is available in black, green, gray and tan.

The Wilson Combat  WCP365 is offered in 9mm only, and comes with two 10-round magazines. Prices (MSRPs in the U.S.) are as follows: $1,105 for the standard model, $1,275 for the Action Tune model, $1,250 for the optics-ready version, and $1,425 for the Action-Tune and optics-ready models.

Wilson Combat WCP365 specs and prices



Magazine Capacity: 
Barrel Length:
3.1”/79 mm
Overall Length: 

6”/152 mm

4.3”/109 mm

U-notch rear and red fiber optic front

Sight Radius: 
4.9”/139 mm
1.1”/28 mm
Weight (Empty): 

18.6 oz/527 g

Price (MSRP in the U.S.): 
from $1,105 to $1,425