New Strike Industries Barrel for the Sig P365

Strike Industries is riding the waves made by the Sig Sauer P365. After releasing the Strike Slide back in October, the company just released their new (patent pending) Strike Barrel for the Sig P365. And now that the company has released both the barrel and the slide, Strike Industries is offering a deal when the two are bought as a combo.

Bodhi (Patrick Swayze) surfing in the most excellent movie, Point Break.

This 416R stainless steel barrel is fluted, has a reverse target crown and black nitride coating. Strike Industries says that the new Strike Barrel brings superior properties in terms of being extremely smooth, uniform, and wear-resistance without changing the dimensions.

Srike Industries Strike barrel for Sig P365
The added black nitride should increase the steel’s ability to stave off corrosion and give it better protection from abrasions.

Strike Industries thinks the new barrel is perfect for old and new Sig Sauer P365 builds with easy drop-in installation. The company also says that their Strike Barrel is up to SAAMI chamber specs, a standard that Sig Sauer itself stands by.

Strike Industries new barrel for Sig P365
The 416R stainless steel should provide your Sig P365 with a barrel that will last and maintain its precision.

Barrel Specifications

  • Barrel Length: 78.54mm (3.1″)
  • Chambering: 9mm
  • Material: 416R Stainless Steel
  • Finishing: Black Nitride
  • Rifling: 1:10 6-Groove rifling w/ reverse target crown
  • Weight: 2.1 oz
  • Weight w/pkg: 3.6 oz
Point Break GIF
If Point Break was made today, Johnny Utah (Keanu Reeves) might have been shooting a Strike Industries modified Sig P365 instead of the Sig P226.


  • Fluted to reduce weight and increase cooling
  • Reverse target crown to protect rifling at end of the barrel
  • Drop-in installation
  • Black Nitride coating finish
  • SAAMI spec chamber
  • Made in the USA

The Strike Barrel’s MSRP is $197.95 or $437.90 when bought in a combo with the Strike Slide.