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Old 06-21-2014, 03:06 AM   #1
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I was at the LGS today and they had just gotten their first P320 in stock. I have been reading about them for a while and once I held it, I was sold. I will be heading to the range tomorrow and I will let you all know how it goes.


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Old 06-21-2014, 03:08 AM   #2
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Thanks! Does anyone have one? I would be interested to know your thoughts on accuracy, recoil, etc.
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Does it have that squishy dragging your finger through oatmeal feel that m&p and glocks have??

I would like to see how it stacks up to an xdm. Its got almost all the same features except for being single action and a grip safety(one of my favorite features)
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The trigger actually feels pretty crisp. Granted, I have only been dry firing it, but it feels like a better break than glock or m&p imo. I will let you know after tomorrow's trip to the range how it feels with live ammunition.
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Interesting. Don't know much about this gun...what caliber?

Looks like a big-boy sized P250. To this point I've been unimpressed with all P250 variants, but plenty of good shooters like them. They do seem to be reliable enough. But count me among those who generally defer to alloy when it comes to Sigs...and no, that's not to say I'm anti-tupperware. I just prefer what XDm, and even Glock, FN, and S&W have to offer. The P250's I've shot just don't fit me great. Really don't like the trigger.

But I do think the P250 design has tremendous potential. Maybe it'll be realized with the P320, or perhaps it'll require further development. Regardless, if it's 100% reliable and fits you right...then my take should be worth exactly what you're paying for it.

Looks good. Hope it performs like a champ for you!
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Interesting. Don't know much about this gun...what caliber?

Looks like a big-boy sized P250. To this point I've been unimpressed with all P250 variants, but plenty of good shooters like them. They do seem to be reliable enough. But count me among those who generally defer to alloy when it comes to Sigs...and no, that's not to say I'm anti-tupperware. I just prefer what XDm, and even Glock, FN, and S&W have to offer. The P250's I've shot just don't fit me great. Really don't like the trigger.

But I do think the P250 design has tremendous potential. Maybe it'll be realized with the P320, or perhaps it'll require further development. Regardless, if it's 100% reliable and fits you right...then my take should be worth exactly what you're paying for it.

Looks good. Hope it performs like a champ for you!
I too have been unimpressed by the p250 but we shall see how well this model performs. The striker fire setup my work well if it has a decent reset.
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I was at the LGS today and they had just gotten their first P320 in stock. I have been reading about them for a while and once I held it, I was sold. I will be heading to the range tomorrow and I will let you all know how it goes.

Can't wait to hear about it. To date, I love anything Sig!! I've had, and have, at least 5 different models. Absolutely love every one!!
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I think the P320 has the best trigger of any poly/striker gun bar none. I have a friend who was in love with his new PPQ and when my P320 came in, he wanted to go to the range and compare them. After a couple of hours of shooting, my friend sold his PPQ and got a P320. I have had many glock and xd fans tell me that they will be ditching their guns for the P320 after they have shot mine. The trigger breaks so much cleaner than any other poly gun and the sights are much better than all the other guns too. The best part about the P320 is that it has the tack driving accuracy that Sig is known for.
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That's good? How well does it handle recoil n such compared to say the 250?


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