Sig Sauer P320 First Look

SIG SAUER® P320™ Revolutionizes the Polymer-Frame Service Pistol

NEWINGTON, N.H. (January 14, 2014) — SIG SAUER introduces the P320™, a polymer-framed service pistol designed in conjunction with law enforcement to meet the needs of today’s armed professionals.

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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.

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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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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

16 thoughts on “Sig Sauer P320 First Look”

  1. Sig Sauer, so World Class they don’t even have internet customer service access. Able to adjust to changing market needs rapidly; so where are the available grip panels for the P290RS? More World Class marketing, you register a gun and get a 20% discount that is NOT valid on an additional magazine purchase. Very disappointed in Sig Sour to say the least; I’ve had 3 pistols by them and only one has been reliable out of the box – a P938SAS.

  2. This looks promising simply because the compact is pretty much the same size as a glock 19, the g19 is so popular because of its size and no one else offer that size without having half the grip be a part of the magazine. The serialized fcu is also a nice deal since you can put it in your pocket and have a frame/slide in the car and one in a bag etc and just throw the fcu in which ever u want to use. It’s cheaper than buying 2 or 3 different complete guns

  3. So, basically a striker fired version of the P250? I’m tenatively interested. I’ll wait to see it go through a FLEO or LEO testing program. If adopted by any agency I trust, this may end up replacing my Glock/S&W for a striker fired job.

    1. I didn’t know we were into trusting government agencies and purchasing mechanisms…

      I trust Caleb, ToddG, Hilton Yam, Travis Haley, (Insert other trainer here) and competition shooters a hell of a lot more than I trust an any agencies test…

  4. It looks like the P320 will have the same style of trigger pull as the P99Q, to meet international police requirements. I wonder if this is too little, too late for Sig.

  5. I’ve not tried the small frames of these or the 250s, but if they can get better fit on smaller hands than a Gen4 Glock or M&P they may have a better following than the 250 wound up with.

  6. Sig needs to make sure the holster manufacturers are on board. Mass production P250 holsters were hard to come by as I recall. If you can’t get a Galco or Safariland leather IWB or OWB over the counter your sales to the general public will suffer.

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