SIG SAUER Announces P320 PRO-CUT Slide Assembly Available

SIG SAUER Announces P320 PRO-CUT Slide Assembly Available Exclusively at SIG SAUER Web Store
SIG SAUER Announces P320 PRO-CUT Slide Assembly Available Exclusively at SIG SAUER Web Store

NEWINGTON, N.H.-( SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to introduce the P320 PRO-CUT Slide Assembly for various SIG SAUER P320 pistol models. The slide is now available directly from the manufacturer at the SIG SAUER Web Store at

“This new SIG SAUER PRO-CUT slide is an original manufacturer’s part offering P320 users expanded optics capabilities, upgraded sights, and cosmetic enhancements without compromising the original manufacturer’s warranty on their P320 pistol,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “The P320 PRO-CUT slide assembly can be easily dropped on a P320 grip module right out of the box with no additional tooling, and is available for a limited time exclusively through our web store.”

The SIG SAUER P320 PRO-CUT Slide is an optic ready slide with a SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO1PRO and Delta Point Pro footprint, X-RAY3 Night sights, more aggressive grasping groves, stylized slide cuts, with included internal operating assemblies. The slide has a media blasted stainless steel finish, and is available for full-size, compact, and subcompact P320 pistols.

P320 PRO-CUT Slide:

  • Available Lengths:
    • 4.7” (fits full-size P320)
    • 3.9” (fits compact P320)
    • 3.6” (fits subcompact P320)
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Sights: X-RAY 3 Day/Night Sights
  • Optics Capability: ROMEO1Pro and DeltaPoint Pro
  • Finish: media blasted stainless steel
  • Included Components: striker and extractor system
  • MSRP: $399

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  • 38 thoughts on “SIG SAUER Announces P320 PRO-CUT Slide Assembly Available

    1. While l like this upgrade slide for the Sig P320 and like the Siglite sights have them on my Sig P365 they work great day or night my Canik TP9sfx is no Sig but other than the Siglite sights it comes with all the features this gun comes with with a out the door cost of 460 dollars the thing is a tack driver got a Freedomsmith racer trigger for it 75 dollars shipped payed my machinist gunsmith 40 dollars to install it it now has a tenth of a inch takeup and reset I’ve know of no other striker fired gun with any trigger upgrade that comes close unless your talking about a fine tuned 1911 or 2011 it’s that good the complete cost was 575 dollars 400 dollars for this Sig slide upgrade plus 500 dollars for the P320 plus shipping your at 950+ dollars

    2. I have read most of these reply and either no one shoots or no one reads and everyone is blind……. it’s not about the fricken slots cut out it’s about the OPTIC READY CUT OUT…… Damn none of you must own a P320 I myself own 2 a 9mm compact and a 357 Sig carry and niether are RMR ready that is what this slide is for…. damn and all you can talk about is looks who gives a flying F about looks how does it work

      1. Hats off to you nobody tells a fucking truth anymore. And the ones that do are labeled the assholes or whatever when they should be labeled your best friend. And thanks for the candid approach to the bottom line

      2. And my question is why isn’t there a ported barrel, quite frankly given sigs innovative proactive designs and r&d focus allegedly.
        I’m surprised there isn’t a series of aftermarket ported slide/barrels sets.or I’m choking on my foot if there is and I haven’t found them, but I would assume I would have been promoted on it already and haven’t seen it.
        I’ve shot “granted”a small cross section pistols and one was done correctly for me, or by accident…The byproduct was significant. some kind of accompanying suppressor wouldn’t hurt. LOL.
        It would seem the slide configuration is the predecessor to a carefully sig type engineered ported aftermarket fluted something-or-other to marry up with this or another design.

        And frankly I think there’s a little out of your mind going on somewhere behind the curtain of Oz, by getting rid of the SP2022 which I have been completely and totally impressed by.
        I’m not alone. Sorry to get wordy oh, I’m a big sig fan. At this stage in my life I could seriously use to win one of those giveaways. LOL peace out best wishes to all

    3. I am confused. Why would you cut a slide like that if you are not porting the barrel? To save on weight? Get a different firearm or spend some time in the gym.

      All I see are pathways for dirt, lint, and other assorted gun-jamming crud.

      1. I’m guessing you don’t shoot competitively based on this comment.
        The old adage “It’s better to keep your mouth closed and let people assume you’re ignorant than to speak up and remove all doubt” comes to mind.

        This isn’t a mod meant for an EDC gun, even though it is available for the compact model.

        Slide cuts reduce reciprocating mass for faster follow up shots – primarily used in competition. The more reciprocating mass reduced the better. Add weight elsewhere if you need a heavy “man’s gun.”

          1. I’m not getting into a pissing match with a brand fanboy who can’t even identify WHICH CZ he would chose over a P320, or Sig in general.

            If you want to spend the money on a Shaddow2, sure, that’s a stronger race gun than a P320 (even the X5 model) out of the box. However, for equal cost, I could make just as strong a race gun out of a P320 as a stock Shaddow2.

        1. You’re right, I do not shoot competitively. However, after re-reading the article, no where does it state that this gun is for competition, which would lead ME to believe it is for EDC or any other purpose you would buy a handgun for.

          Maybe you should save your criticisms for the author or the editors, instead of people with legitimate questions about somethings unstated purposes.

          1. What about the name “P320 PRO-CUT Slide” makes you think this is an EDC accessory/add-on?
            That alone gave me the insight I needed to know who the audience for this slide its.

            It isn’t my fault OR the author’s fault that you don’t have the knowledge to understand your original comment is foolishly misplaced.

    4. I have no problem with slide. I’d love to have one, however, the price is over the top for what it is. It’ll probably have to go on sale from in order to sell them.

    5. People are complaining about the price of the slide! You do realize that the sights on them (X-Ray 3) are over $100 by themselves. They’re only installed factory for the Sig Legion line and they are a lot more expensive. They also come ready for optics at the same time.
      However, I do agree that the look of the slide needs work.

      1. Except that SIG once again installed regular height sights instead of suppressor height sights that would cowitness with an optic. So step one is throw these $100 sights in the trash.

      1. And besides a slide full of holes ain’t gonna be any good to slap some asshole upside the head with when you just wanna slap em around and then all that hair and blood gets down in there and what a mess.

      1. I’m guessing the respondents below have never priced slides with this kind work done. For the money they have a great value considering they are factory too. Easily $350-$450 without a slide..

    6. I paid 570 for my 320 and you want 400!!! Wow it’s all about money for a 1/3 of a gun. Lower your price to 200 and you might sale 4 times more of them.

    7. Wow! Only $400 for the slide? That’s about two-thirds the price of a new 320! What a bargain. Think I’ll keep my full size tac-ops 320 just the way it is.

      1. First off, its lightening cut. Secondly, lightening cuts are designed to reduce slide mass for faster follow up shots and reducing felt recoil. How is that stupid? You dont like things that are functional?

        1. Not functional for a carry gun. Just more places for foreign materials to get into and affect how the gun runs. That and it looks like hammered dogshit.

          But hey, if you wanna pay $400 for this aesthetic abomination that offers no performance advantage in the context of actual carry, be my guest.

        2. Functional? In what context? A race gun? Maybe. A carry gun? Hell no. All those cuts allow all kinds of crap in the gun and increase the chance of malfunction which is the absolute last thing you want in a carry piece. Felt recoil and speed of followup shots arent a problem with my p320c and to claim that this skeletonized monstrosity would improve anything is spurious at best.

          But if you feel like dropping $400 on this aesthetic abomination, who am i to stop you.

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