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Sig Sauer P365 XL vs Sig Sauer P365 XMACRO

Sig Sauer P365 XL

Striker-Fired Subcompact Pistol Chambered in 9mm Luger

Sig Sauer P365 XMACRO

Striker-Fired Compact Pistol Chambered in 9mm Luger

What is the difference between a Sig Sauer P365 XL and Sig Sauer P365 XMACRO?

The two pistols being compared here are the P365 XMACRO and the P365 XL, both manufactured by Sig Sauer. Both firearms are striker-fired pistols. They both are also chambered in 9mm Luger. The P365 XMACRO is considered a compact-sized pistol, standing slightly larger than the P365 XL which is a subcompact variant. Despite their size difference, their width remains the same at 1.1 inches. This slim profile allows them to be easier to carry in a concealed manner. In terms of capacity, the P365 XMACRO has an edge due to its ability to hold 17+1 rounds of 9mm Luger. On the other hand, the P365 XL offers a choice between two magazine capacities, one with a capacity of 12+1 rounds and another with a capacity of 15+1 rounds. The P365 XMACRO has a more distinguished list of features such as an Optic Ready Slide and a Compensator, whereas the P365 XL has standard features and is recognized for its lightweight design and ease of concealment. Both firearms feature the XRAY3 Day/Night sights as part of their standard setup.


  Length L Height H Width W Weight W
P365 XL 6.6 in 4.8 in 1.1 in 20.7 oz
P365 XMACRO 6.6 in 5.2 in 1.1 in 21.5 oz


  Barrel BBL Trigger Website
P365 XL 3.7 in Striker-Fired sigsauer.com
P365 XMACRO 3.7 in Striker-Fired sigsauer.com


  9mm Luger 9mm Luger
P365 XL 12 , 15 (+1) 12 , 15 (+1)
P365 XMACRO 17 (+1) 17 (+1)

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