We received news today that we're going to be seeing new P320 X-Compact Grip Modules. The only caveat is that at this time, we can only obtain them for sale via the Armed Professional Program. If you aren't familiar with the Armed Professional Program, this is Sig's law enforcement / first responder program. Continue reading
We just shared some exciting news we received on the release of Sig's P365 XL but that isn't the only new pistol coming out!
Sig Sauer also shared news that the next variant in the Legion is the Sig P320 X5. At a quick glance, I'd say it fits perfectly in the Legion series and looks incredible!
What you can't see in the photo is that this new XFIVE Legion weighs much more than current P320 X5 pistols by a whopping 7.9 ounces (it weighs 43.5 ounces). They accomplished this increase in weight by infusing Tungsten into the grip module. Sig is calling it a TXG Tungsten infused heavy XGrip module. Continue reading
Quick new product update!
We received news that Sig Sauer is going to be releasing an extended 15rd magazine for the P365. Obviously it will extend longer than the 12rd magazine. We're told they should start shipping from Sig sometime in the next couple months.
We don't have a photo yet but will post one as soon as we can obtain a mag or photo. We've got the new magazine listed on our website where you can enter your email address to get a stock notification. The part number is MAG-365-9-15. Continue reading
Sig has started shipping a small quantity of P320 M17 pistols (commercial variant with manual safety) to their reps and we were able to get our hands on one for some photos and video. We'll post the video next week once we finish editing but today we've got a pretty extensive set of photos to share.
We tried to provide some comparisons between the standard M17 and a P320 FDE to show the color differences. The part number of this M17 is 320F-9-M17. You can see pricing and sign up for stock notification on our M17 product page.
Feel free to post any questions and we'll do our best to provide answers.
We just received some good news for Sig fans. They're releasing a few new items including P320 X5 and X5 Carry grip shells, a MCX upper with integral suppressor, a few M400 Elite pistols, two new 1911 9mm models and what appears to be white P320 grip shells. Continue reading
We just received word that Sig Sauer is releasing a variety of new firearms based on existing lines. Also coming are some new accessories.
Something that stands out is the addition of keymod rails on various rifles as well as the MPX. Sig is using -km in the part number to denote keymod. Also note that the MPX Carbine is official (16" barrel).
Interestingly the P226 9mm Equinox is back on the list. That pistol was available for order in 2014 and then pulled from the first 2015 price list but is now back on the most recent price list.
Also coming are gray P320 / P250 grip shells!
Prices listed are MSRP. Continue reading
Sig has finally started readying the colored grip shells for the P320 and P250 series pistols. If you aren't familiar with them, take a look at the two pistol lines.
These modular pistols allow you to change the grip shell among different sizes (Subcompact, Compact, Carry and Full Size) and circumferences (small, medium and large). Continue reading
Update 3-16-2015: Sig has released a chart to help illustrate the difference between the P320 Carry and P320 Compact.
Original post below:
So... back when we posted our video detailing the P320 and P250, we pointed out that it was strange that the P250 Compact was the same as the P320 Carry in overall dimensions. Well... it seems that this is turning into a real cluster.
The gun that we have all known as the P320 Carry is no longer the Carry... What, what? Continue reading
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