VIDEO: SIG Sauer P320RX Compact Pistol

posted on February 17, 2017

Even before SIG Sauer won the U.S. Army contract for the XM17 MHS, the 9 mm SIG P320 striker-fired pistol line had expanded to include several new iterations, including the P320RX, available in a full-size and compact model. Offered as a complete system with a slide-mounted SIG Romeo1 reflex sight, shooters can take advantage of the Romeo1's wide perspective and independent illumination controls, as well as SIG's true-hold zeroing system—that means nothing to lock or unlock, making for a faster and more intuitive shooting experience. American Rifleman's Mark Keefe had a chance to test this system during the SIG Sauer Media Day at SHOT Show 2017, and you can see it here. For more, visit


Additional reading:

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: U.S. Army's New Pistol   
The Keefe Report: SIG Sauer Wins U.S. Army XM17 MHS Contract 
The Keefe Report: XM17 As Big a Deal as the M9? 
The Keefe Report: I Was Wrong About the XM17  
NRA Gun of the Week: SIG Sauer P320 Pistol   
SIG Sauer P320: Tomorrow's SIG Today 


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