This video will show you How to Disassemble and Reassemble a SIG P365. A Sig Sauer P365 XL is the model used in this video. It will disassemble and reassemble the same way a standard P365 will do. Sig Sauer is a very respectable brand that has begun in the last few years to really grab market share. They make quality reliable weapons. They are famous because of their full-size striker-fired pistol, the P320, which is now the US military’s official sidearm.
The P365 came out and created quite a buzz in 2018. The Sig P365 is famous because it holds 10 rounds of ammo in the magazine and 1 in the chamber, while the Glock 43, which only holds 6 + 1, is practically the same size. The P365 and P365 XL are very common concealed carry options and there are 12 round magazines and 15 round magazines for them as well. The P365xl is ready for optics and is perfectly matched with the Sig Romeo Nil.
In order to clean and maintain your gun, it is necessary to know how to disassemble and reassemble your Sig Sauer P365. However, you may want to recall the 4 Firearm Safety Laws before you uninstall your Sig Sauer P365.
1. Always make sure that before you begin taking it apart, the weapon is unloaded.
2. Make sure you are still able to keep the weapon pointed in a safe direction wherever you are cleaning.
3. Keep the trigger off your finger. Do not touch the trigger unless your weapon needs to be taken apart.
4. Know your goal and what lies beyond it.
1. Ensure that the weapon is discharged
You’ll want to lobby for the release of the magazine and remove the magazine. Then you will want to pull and secure the slide back by pulling up on the slide lock. You’re not expected to see rounds in the chamber.
2. Push back the takedown lever
On the left side of the weapon, this lever is mounted. In a clockwise direction, it will rotate downward.
3. Push the slide back slightly and let the slide go forward slowly.
The slide is just going to slide off the front of the frame now.
4. Step forward the recoil spring and lift it out
This will allow you to remove the spring and barrel of recoil.
To ensure optimum service, be sure to follow the factory’s recommended cleaning procedures for your weapon.
Our associates are more than happy to help if you have any concerns about removing your weapon.