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Looks like a metal frame P320.


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Bruce Gray and I were discussing it over the weekend. Especially if they produce it with a Legion style barrel, I think this could be "it" for someone looking for extreme accuracy in a service sized pistol.




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Looks like sig wants to do what walther did, good. Now just don’t slap a ridiculous price tag in it, a metal framed striker gun does sound pretty nice
 
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Make mine Full Size, stainless and black.
 
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Now, that I can spend my money on.
 
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So there's hope we may still see a P320 X-Five Alpha after all, despite Sig Sauer Germany closing its doors!
 
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And I hope that it is a little more versatile on adding an optic. Low pro plates to be able to run a range of optics.




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And I hope that it is a little more versatile on adding an optic. Low pro plates to be able to run a range of optics.

This one here looks like it has a Professional Series slide on it.
The best P320 slide IMO.
Solves the past mistakes.
 
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I will most definitely be dropping money on this when/if it comes out.


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Bruce Gray and I were discussing it over the weekend. Especially if they produce it with a Legion style barrel, I think this could be "it" for someone looking for extreme accuracy in a service sized pistol.


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From your lips...but how about the Walther metal frame? What would or will make this superior?


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So this would be available as a conversion as well, right?


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Looks much better than the Sig P320 Alpha that the German factory was going to make, and it looks like it'll fit in current P320 holsters.
 
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Is that steel or aluminum?
 
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Is that steel or aluminum?


I believe its aluminum.

The grips look plastic?




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What YouTube video was this?
 
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X Compact size for me, please. My credit card is ready!
A 10 round .45 would be nice , too!


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What YouTube video was this?

Just a 5-sec bleep, starting at 0:10.

 
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Ooooh, I'm in!!


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Yes, please.


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The grips look plastic?


I believe they are G10, also the insert in the back strap appears to be G10 as well. Sweet.
 
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