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P320 X-Series

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by USBP379, Aug 11, 2018 at 9:31 AM.

  1. USBP379

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    https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2018/8/10/tested-sig-sauer-p320-x-series-pistols/

    Where are we with these guns now that the drop fire issue seems to have been resolved? Are they becoming a popular handgun or do the safety concerns linger? And are the Glock fanboys still upset over the .mil contracts?

    I like the P320 and wouldn't mind picking up an X-Carry if I can find one for a decent price. There's also some talk of a Pro series that will be a standard compact slide with the X frame. This is what ICE has recently adopted if I'm not mistaken.
     
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    I don't have the X-Carry, but I've got a current P-320 Carry, and based on my experience with this model, I'm ready to buy an X-series. I don't have any lingering concerns about the drop-safe issues of the 320; frankly, the accuracy, great sights, superb ergonomics and splendid trigger of the 320 have made me a fan.
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    SIG has done a miraculous job of becoming the Army's "go to" manufacturer. SIG is supplying something like 6,000 optics for a DMR program and it was recently announced that the MCX has won the suppressed upper contract. This is all on top of the adoption of the 320. It also appears that other branches are (or soon will be) buying 320s.

    This is all in addition to the numerous LE adoptions. For a gun that just about a year ago would go off when dropped, etc the 320 really seems to have caught on...
     
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