P320

Discussion in 'SIG Sauer Forum' started by Judge, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. Judge

    Judge New Member

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    Anyone own a p320 yet? If yes, I would appreciate your input.



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  2. grichardt

    grichardt New Member

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    Ive seen one person local to me buy a full size. Im on every lgs list to get one
     

  3. grichardt

    grichardt New Member

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    I just bought one on rockwellarms.com should be here this week
     
  4. Judge

    Judge New Member

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    Once you get a few rounds through it I would certainly appreciate your comments regarding pros and cons.


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  5. grichardt

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    Sorry no artsy photos but here it is.

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  6. Judge

    Judge New Member

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    Have you shot it yet?


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  7. grichardt

    grichardt New Member

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    Nope this weekend. The trigger is short and light though
     
  8. qwiksdraw

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  9. EASHER1968

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    I got my P320 in June and I think that it is the very finest poly/striker gun ever made. It has a fantastic trigger, standard night sights, and is every bit as accurate as any Sig I have ever owned. I got my P320 for $525.00 on Gun Broker. This is a game changing gun. Glock, XD, FN, HK had better be afraid of this gun.
     
  10. Mercator

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    Hickock never met a gun he didn't like or couldn't hit targets with. This new SIG does carry a lot of promise. [posted on 7/2]

    Update. Handled a 320 at a LGS. It is more bulky than the G17, including the grip. The grip angle is more obtuse (less sharp). The bore axis is higher, typically for a SIG, but why it has to be in a striker fired pistol, I don't know. The trigger breaks crisp, as advertised. The pull takes an effort though, like in a P238, which is fine considering its purpose. I was a little puzzled with the gun, because it had NO trigger safety, NO grip safety, NO thumb safety, AND a single action (in effect) trigger.

    The 320 was priced a bit lower than a 2022 next to it. It was not "flying off the shelf" when I was at the shop.

    Last thought. With all sincere respect for the SIG engineering, I think the "customizable" frame is no big deal for civilian shooters. For LEO, they will speak for themselves. So far the P250 has not made a big splash.

    Likewise, SIG makes a big deal of not needing to pull the trigger before disassembly. Not getting into an argument, just saying: MHO, it is NOT a big deal.

    Disclaimer: I took no measurements, went by the "feel" not data.
     
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  11. eborden1122

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    I am wanting the compact version but have not been able to find it anywhere. If someone gets a compact please post it. Thanks, Ed
     
  12. grichardt

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    Carry version available on palmetto state armory. Finally got to shoot my 320 this weekend. It has taken place of my all time favorite 1911 scorpion. It was the most comfortable shooting pistol and best trigger I have ever handled. I still love my scorpion but damn....
     
  13. CrazedJava

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    The customizable frame, much like the P250, is intended for European shooters who are often restricted to how many handguns they can own. I believe in Germany the number is 2. Other countries have similar laws.

    So if you have one "gun" that you can change between full-size and carry, or swap calibers easily, it fills an important market niche over there. In the US where people like their .45's in 1911 and 9mm's in Glock it is less of an issue.
     
  14. grichardt

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    Shot my first IDPA match yesterday with the p320. Was fantastic, loved hearing all the zeros called out!
     
  15. monteros

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    Had mine for about a month. Love it. I bought personally because of it modular design. Handles very nice. Looking forward to the grips and carry conversion in the fall!

    Biggest selling point for me was multi caliber and grip swap. I know you can do the same thing with glock too, but I like the sig feel more at this point.


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  16. sigmeister

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    Picked up my P320 Compact today and can't wait to get to the range to see how she performs. Will probably go the range on Thursday and will post a range report shortly thereafter.
     
  17. pat701

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    I like the fact it breaks down like a Sig P series pistol, to me that is a big plus. But i don't care for striker fired pistols.
     
  18. sigmeister

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    Did make it to the range today and fired 100 flawless rounds. Accuracy was good but not as good as my PPQ M2 Navy SD. PPQ trigger is the absolute best on a striker fire pistol. I need a little more time with the P320 to get use to the trigger pull and I am sure my accuracy will improve. Don't get me wrong I am not talking about not hitting the target its just that the PPQ is a nail driver. The P320 was purchased as my carry gun so its important that I shoot it well. Practice makes perfect as the say.
     
  19. sigmeister

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    Picked up my Sig P320 Compact last week. For Sig's first entry into the striker fire area I think they hit a home run. One of the best striker fine triggers on the market. Short take up, crisp break and short reset. IMO the only better striker fire trigger on the market today is the Walther PPQ M2. The Sig P320 Compact is now my EDC.
     
  20. sigmeister

    sigmeister New Member

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    After a few more visits to the range I decided to take my P320 compact to my gunsmith for an action job. He measured the trigger pull when I dropped it off at 7 pounds. Specs stated the trigger pull on this model is between 5.5 and 7.5 pounds. He will try to get it closer to the 5.5 pounds. Will let you know when I get it back.