SIG Sauer Introduces P320 XCompact Pistol

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posted on January 18, 2019
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SIG Sauer has added the P320 XCompact to the P320 XSeries of pistols, featuring a completely redesigned grip module with an improved beavertail and fastback profile, contoured magwell, and a deep trigger guard undercut.

“The P320 XCompact redefines what a compact pistol should be by combining concealability with full size XSeries features,” said Tom Taylor, chief marketing officer and executive vice president, commercial sales. “Through extensive end-user feedback, the P320 XCompact provides for smoother handling and optimizes the user experience.”



The modular, striker-fired pistol features a serialized trigger group that makes it adaptable to multiple caliber, size and grip options. The pistol is available in 9 mm and features X-RAY3 day/night sights, a flat trigger, and night sight rear plate, making it optic ready. The intuitive 3-point takedown of the pistol requires no trigger pull for disassembly, and safety features include a striker safety and disconnect safety. The pistol comes standard with two 15-round magazines. For more, visit SIGSauer.com.

 

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