First P365 EDC Championship Coming To SIG Sauer Academy This July

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posted on March 16, 2021
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Coming this summer from SIG Sauer is the inaugural P365 EDC Championship. The match will be conducted July 21-24 at the SIG Sauer Academy in Epping, N.H.

As you may have guessed, a SIG Sauer P365 pistol is required for competitors at this match. Boasting 13 action-packed stages, SIG says that the first-ever P365 EDC Championship will challenge shooters with a scenario-based course-of-fire.

Shooters will be divided into four divisions: Stock P365, Stock P365XL, Carry Optics and Open.

The entry fee is $155 per competitor and online registration is slated to begin on Saturday, March 27. Squads will be limited to 12 participants each. Scores will be tallied using Time-Plus scoring method. For determining match awards, officials will employ the Lewis class system. Additionally, there will be special category awards for the following:

  • Law enforcement
  • Military
  • Veteran
  • Media
  • Junior
  • Industry
  • Lady
  • Senior


For P365 fans, the new SIG Sauer P365 EDC Championship will act as a true test of competition, marksmanship and concealed carry skills with this micro-compact pistol.

For additional match information, please visit sigsauer.com.


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