Sig Sauer p320 For Sale
Sig Sauer p320 For Sale.
Sig Sauer P320 M18
The P320–M18 chosen by the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S Military, now available to you for the first time. Shipping Dimensions: Approximately 12 x 12 x 3 inches.
The striker fired P320 is a rather handsome gun just like the double action only P250 that fell a bit short at launch several years ago thanks to a less than ideal trigger. The P320 that we have for review is the compact frame in 9mm and has the revised slide stop to prevent shooters that use a thumbs forward method from inadvertently depressing the slide stop. As for the rest of the controls, I found the take down lever to be sized just right even though it looks comically large, the extra leverage is welcome when breaking the pistol down. The magazine button couldn’t be more perfect, Sig located it in exactly the right place and made it the perfect size to allow the shooter to drop the magazine fast while not presenting a problem in a holster.
Field stripping the pistol is pretty easily accomplished when you twist the takedown lever down just like almost every Sig handgun ever. Once you turn the lever down it is as easy as removing the slide from the frame, then pulling the dual coil recoil spring assembly and barrel out of the slide.
If you pull the takedown lever out of the frame and push up on the trigger you find that the action is a self contained unit. The removable frame is the serialized part so that shooters can buy X-Change kits in other calibers and pistol sizes ranging from a sub-compact all the way to a full sized configuration. Sig also is offering several colors and sizes of grip shells that you can swap out without messing with another 4473.
Sig ships the P320 with a paddle holster, a standard option. I decided to spend some time drawing from a holster to see how well the P320 fell into my hands. Every time I drew the pistol the sights lined right up on target, the trigger fell exactly where you want a trigger to sit on my finger. When I pulled the trigger I was able to land shots on steel with some pretty good regularity making me look like I might know what I was doing.
I was a bit concerned with the chunky slide mass pronouncing the muzzle flip at first but was pleasantly surprised when I wound it to be very manageable. The pistol also does a wonderful job of keeping the recoil at a very manageable level thanks to the dual recoil spring arrangement. Dumping the 15 round mag into my steel target was easy as could be.
Sig Sauer P320 Compact, a Short Review: The Sig Sauer P320 Compact is a modular-framed, striker-fired pistol designed for versatility and customization. It’s got a lot of interesting features and supports the Sig Sauer reputation for reliable and quality firearms. But is it worth buying? The U.S. Army bought a ton of these for service in a full-sized capacity–of course, heavily modified for combat conditions. Here’s what we can tell you.
The Sig P320 is amazingly reliable. After over 500 rounds and a wide variety of ammo—including Hornady TAP, Winchester White Box, and Blazer Brass FMJ—there were no misfires or jams. Testing out all the frames with hollow and plink ammo has proven you can count on this gun to fire consistently and without issue.