Newington, N.H.-( SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to introduce the P320 XCOMPACT to the P320 XSERIES of pistols featuring a completely redesigned grip module with an improved beavertail and fastback profile, contoured magwell, and a deep trigger guard undercut.

“The P320 XCOMPACT redefines what a compact pistol should be by combining concealability with full size XSERIES features. Through extensive end-user feedback, the P320 XCOMPACT provides for smoother handling and optimizes the user experience,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “This expansion of the P320 series of pistols also adds to the unprecedented modularity, and depth of options available to the consumer already available with the P320 series.”

SIG SAUER P320 XCOMPACT is a modular, striker-fired pistol with a serialized trigger group that makes it adaptable to multiple calibers, size, and grip options. The P320 XCOMPACT is available in 9mm and features X-RAY3 day/night sights, a flat trigger, and night sight rear plate making it optic ready. The intuitive 3-point takedown of the pistol requires no trigger pull for disassembly, and safety features include a striker safety and disconnect safety. The P320 XCOMPACT comes standard with two 15-round magazines.


  • Total length:7”
  • Barrel length:3.6”
  • Weight (incl. magazine): 25.3 oz.
  • Height: 5.3”
  • Width: 1.3”
  • Sight radius: 5.5”

The P320 XCOMPACT and the entire SIG SAUER P320 series of pistols will be on display at the SIG SAUER Exhibition Booth at SHOT Show 2019 (#12240) in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 22, 2019 through January 25, 2019.

To learn more about the P320 XCOMPACT and the entire SIG SAUER P320 series of pistols visit


SIG SAUER, Inc. is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms, electro-optics, ammunition, airguns, suppressors, and training. For over 100 years SIG SAUER, Inc. has evolved, and thrived, by blending American ingenuity, German engineering, and Swiss precision. Today, SIG SAUER is synonymous with industry-leading quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens. Additionally, SIG SAUER is the premier provider of elite firearms instruction and tactical training at the SIG SAUER Academy – a world class, state-of-the-art, 140-acre training facility. SIG SAUER is headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire, and has more than 1,700 employees across eight locations, and is the largest member of a worldwide business group that includes SIG SAUER GmbH & Co. KG in Germany. For more information about the company and product line visit:

  • 34 thoughts on “SIG SAUER Introduces P320 XCOMPACT to P320 XSERIES

    1. Good afternoon. I have a full size P320 and I am interested in the P320 Xcompact. When will it be available for purchase to the public? Thank you.

    2. Went in to get an MP 2. Ended up walking out with a p-365 and the mp 2. I hear you on the financial thing. I love them both. I really like the P- 365, but I’m just a beginner, so.

    3. I was at the range today, but they didn’t have the model I wanted in stock, but I will be there tomorrow morning to order it. Takes about a week, im getting the 320c with the 4.4in barrel, and holds 14rnds in 357sig, just north of 550.00.
      I can’t wait to break it in, they said the trigger is about 4.4lbs. Much better accuracy than the Glocks.

    4. P320 SUBCompact discontinued. P365 has destroyed it! I think I would get XCompact over regular compact. Trigger will break in at about 500 rounds so don’t be disappointed with its performance right out of the Box..Please CLEAN your Sig before you fire it.. Get the shipping Grease out of it. You’ll be much happier.

      1. Not true. 320 subcompact is being re-designed NOT discontinued. I called Sig and asked this specific question.

    5. Nuoh…I have the p320c as my main carry gun. Now I want to upgrade…
      God you people really are keen on destroying my financial life, aren’t you?

    6. Is Sig ever going to uphold their modularity claims and offer all these options available to 9/40/357 for the .45 variant of the p320?! Even just a subcompact grip with a rail would be amazing! I just hate that the .45, my chosen caliber of p320, is being treated like the unwanted stepchild, and while all these innovations and new products are becoming available, they are becoming available to everything except the .45. The .45 fire control unit can be used with the 9/40/357 calibers but the 9/40/357 fire control unit cant be used with .45, so the only real true way to have full modularity is to get a .45 p320, which I did for specifically this reason, and then get exchange kits and so forth for the other calibers. I just dont get the logic, or lack of logic rather, behind Sig’s marketing here. I LOVE my .45 p320 and instead of being able to just buy off the shelf parts for modularity from Sig, I have been forced to go the full custom route and have specializing companies do grip chops, slide milling for optics, and I even had to contact a high end barrel maker about getting a one off threaded barrel just to have the option of suppression, which would have cost more than the whole gun! These and many other things just to attempt to have some of the same level of modularity the p320 in all calibers aside from .45 has. Come on Sig, I love your product, just include the .45 with all these new innovations, please, it has to be worth it, otherwise why even offer a .45 p320 in the first place?! It’s literally as if the .45 is a separate gun onto itself totally exclusive from everything a p320 in 9/40/357 is and has available! Even down to the very minute things like the x-grip spacers for running, say a full size magazine in a compact frame for example, or extended magazine base plates wont interchange and because the magazine is all around bigger on the .45 than the 9/40/357 so magazine base extensions dont interchange nor do the x-grip spacers without using a dremel to file out that extra 1/16th to get them to go over the magazine and work as designed. An X series grip module. a lima integrated laser grip module, the subcompact railed grip module, and the list just goes on and on for things the .45 cannot take advantage of and I just dont get why Sig would even make the .45 p320 if they arent going to also make available all the accessories that make the p320 so different from other striker fired polymer gun lines and so appealing to a market flooded with competitors who arent offering near the integration and modularity that Sig is!

      1. They don’t focus on .45 ACP because .45 ACP is less and less relevant to most shooters. The last competition I went to, with about 40 people, one guy was shooting .45 ACP. I had a conversation at the gun shop yesterday, and most of the people there agreed they have no use for .45 ACP. Does that mean .45 ACP is a bad round, No. Not at all. It’s just not as popular and therefore manufacturers really aren’t concerned. Sig makes a fine 1911 in .45 ACP, so it’s not like they’ve abandoned the round – but the person seeking a modern, striker fired, polymer pistol is probably also interested in firing a modern round.

      2. Sig Sauer is a sister spinoff of a German/Swiss company. I follow the rule of European gun —> European caliber. .45 is my preferred caliber in 1911’s because it makes sense. I would never get any polymer or striker gun in .45. Holsters have similar unwritten norms. 1911’s and revolvers belong in leather holsters and polymer/striker guns belong in kydex. Newer calibers of 10mm and .40S&W are in more of a gray area. Smaller design 1911’s in 9mm and tactical design 1911’s are kinda in that gray area too. jmho

        1. That’s some logic! I completely disagree. I mean i don’t have to order the same meal i always order just because it’s the same store.

        2. Who came up with those ideas? I’ve been carrying a Glock pistol in a Kramer horsehide holster since 1992. That’s some pretty good fairy tale spin you got goin there!

        3. I like the cut of your jib, sir.
          I don’t happen to agree with it, but it has a nice logic to it. And it’s YOUR money (presumably), so you can do what you want with it. I don’t even care if you use your money to buy a heavy, obsolescent, low-capacity, Taft-era pistol made for a barely-smokeless round in a black-powder caliber. ( That description is usually shortened to “1911,” by the way.)

    7. Hello my name Billy Bob Johnson and I was fix’n to buy the P320x I done seen on yous guys webpage. Kin one of y’all give me a call and tell me hows I can get it

      1. Typically about $40. The real question I have is if you can put the Xcompact frame on a conventional 320 compact.

    8. My name is clifton wilson I would like to purchase the sig sauer p320 subcompact I seen on your website for 379.99 can some one contact me and tell me how do I go about getting it done thank you

      1. Hey Clifton Wilson, this article was written by Ammoland. Maybe you should go to the order page and ask rather than post a question on the article page. You will probably have better luck with them.

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