NRA Gun of the Week: SIG Sauer P320 X-Carry Pistol

Unveiled at SHOT Show 2018, SIG Sauer’s P320 X-Carry is a striker-fired pistol chambered for 9 mm Luger, built around the company's patented P320 handgun system. Boasting an internal, serialized chassis, the P320 X-Carry recoil-operated pistol was designed with concealed-carry practitioners in mind, with bevels and cuts to the pistol's stainless steel slide for ease of holstering and weight reduction. Additionally, the semi-automatic pistol provides a 3.9” barrel, target-style flat-face trigger and Tritium sights that aid the accuracy potential of the 27-oz. platform. To learn more, watch our NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman's David Herman.

Specifications:
Manufacturer: SIG Sauer
Model: P320 X-Carry
Chambering: 9 mm Luger
Action Type: recoil-operated, semi-automatic, striker-fired center-fire pistol
Frame: black polymer
Slide: stainless steel; Nitron finish
Barrel: 3.9”
Sights: three-dot; X-Ray 3 front, Night Sight rear plate
Trigger: 4-lb., 1-oz. pull
Magazine: 17-round detachable box
Weight: 27 ozs. (empty)
MSRP: $862

Additional Reading:
Tested: SIG Sauer P320 X-Series Pistols
Range Report: SIG P320 X-Carry, Part 1
Range Report: SIG P320 X-Carry, Part 2
Range Report: SIG P320 X-Carry—2,000 Rounds
SHOT Show 2018: SIG Sauer P320 X-Carry Pistol







       




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