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SIG SAUER P320 Polymer-Frame Service Pistol

SIG SAUER P320 Polymer-Frame Service Pistol

SIG SAUER

SIG SAUER

EXETER, NH --(Ammoland.com)- SIG SAUERintroduces the P320, a polymer-framed service pistol designed in conjunction with law enforcement to meet the needs of today’s armed professionals.

Taking into account the concerns of military and police training officers, the P320 provides an enhanced level of safety not found on most modern service pistols. Unlike its competitors, the P320 does not require the operator to pull the trigger nor use a special tool to take down the firearm for cleaning or routine maintenance.

“One of the main points that kept coming up with trainers was the risk of accidental discharge inherent in today’s striker fired service pistols,” said Jeff Creamer, SIG SAUER Director of Product Management. “Unless they require a special takedown tool, other pistols require the operator to pull the trigger before disassembly. Classic SIG SAUER pistols have never needed this, and we made sure the P320 didn’t either.”

Featuring a modular grip frame and removable fire control assembly pioneered by SIG SAUER, the P320 is customizable to any hand size or duty requirement. The P320 can quickly be converted from a full-size to a carry pistol. Slide and barrel conversions allow the P320 to change calibers and barrel lengths as well. The P320 will be immediately available in 9mm, .40 and .357SIG, with .45ACP coming later in 2014

With a partially pretensioned striker, the P320 has a short, crisp trigger pull with a quick, pronounced reset right out of the box. The P320 comes in two trigger variants: a standard trigger and a tabbed safety trigger for specific law enforcement clients. Featuring SIG SAUER’s internal safety system, the P320 has no external safety or decocking lever to snag or hang up on the draw. A thumb safety version will be available for law enforcement needs. SIGLITE night sights come standard, and the reversible magazine release makes the P320 completely ambidextrous.

Whatever the requirement,  patrol duty, competition, time at the shooting range or concealed carry, the P320 brings SIG SAUER’s legendary reliability, durability and quality to this polymer-framed, striker-fired duty pistol.

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About SIG SAUER, Inc.

SIG SAUER, Inc. is the largest member of a worldwide business group of firearms manufacturers that includes SIG SAUER GmbH & Co. KG in Germany and Swiss Arms AG in Switzerland.  This global network of companies gives SIG SAUER a world-class firearms knowledge base, unparalleled design expertise, and extensive manufacturing capacity, enabling the company to respond quickly and effectively to changing market conditions and the needs of its military, law enforcement, and commercial markets worldwide. SIG SAUER is an ISO 9001: 2008 certified company with more than 900 employees.  For more information on SIG SAUER, any of its products, or the SIG SAUER Academy, log on to www.sigsauer.com.

P320 Full-Size
Caliber 9mm, .357SIG, .40S&W
Action Type Striker
Trigger Pull 5.5 – 7.5 lbs
Overall Length 8.0 in
Overall Height 5.5 in
Overall Width 1.4 in
Barrel Length 4.7 in
Sight Radius 6.6 in
Weight w/Mag 29.4 oz
Mag Capacity (9mm) 17 Rounds, (.357SIG,.40S&W) 14 Rounds
Sights  SIGLITE® Night Sights
Grips Interchangeable Polymer Grip Modules
Frame Finish One-piece Stainless Steel
Slide Finish Nitron®
Accessory Rail M1913 Rail
Features Interchangeable grip modules, sizes and calibers
MSRP $713.00
P320 Carry
Caliber 9mm, .357SIG, .40S&W
Action Type Striker
Trigger Pull 5.5 – 7.5 lbs
Overall Length 7.2 in
Overall Height 5.1 in
Overall Width 1.3 in (Std. Grip)
Barrel Length 3.9 in
Sight Radius 5.8 in
Weight w/Mag 26.9 oz
Mag Capacity  (9mm) 15 Rounds (.357SIG,.40S&W)
Sights  SIGLITE® Night Sights
Grips Interchangeable Polymer Grip Modules
Frame Finish One-piece Stainless Steel
Slide Finish Nitron®
Accessory Rail M1913 Rail
Features Interchangeable modules, grip sizes and calibers
MSRP $713.00
SIG SAUER P320 Polymer-Frame Service Pistol

SIG SAUER P320 Polymer-Frame Service Pistol

  • 4 User comments to “SIG SAUER P320 Revolutionizes the Polymer-Frame Service Pistol”

    1. sig has done it and done it right, this new striker fire from sig will most likely be in the holsters of a lot of police departments.
      to get the pistol out there in a big way sig needs to go after new departments and agencys that already use their products.

    2. 1.4 inches wide, that is pretty wide, does that mean that if you get a 45 you won’t need a new slide, just the barrel?

      Also, can you get a two tone, silver slide black frame?

      The gun isn’t that good looking, I hope H&K and Baretta come out now with Striker fired pistols.
      A Beretta PX4 carry with breech twist motion barrel
      recoil and striker firing would be ideal. The PX4 Inox is one good looking pistol.

    3. 1.4 inches wide, that is pretty wide, does that mean that if you get a 45 you won’t need a new slide, just the barrel?

      Also, can you get a two tone, silver slide black frame?

      The gun isn’t that good looking, I hope H&K and Baretta come out now with Striker fired pistols.
      A Beretta PX4 carry with breech twist motion barrel
      recoil and striker firing would be ideal. The PX4 Inox is one good looking pistol.

    4. 1.4 inches wide, that is pretty wide, does that mean that if you get a 45 you won’t need a new slide, just the barrel?

      Also, can you get a two tone, silver slide black frame?

      The gun isn’t that good looking, I hope H&K and Baretta come out now with Striker fired pistols.
      A Beretta PX4 carry with breech twist motion barrel
      recoil and striker firing would be ideal. The PX4 Inox is one good looking pistol.

      The P320 in compact carry won’t be out until July or so. Only Full is out now. At least we get time to hear from owners of full sized what they don’t like.

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