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That would make sense as I alluded to earlier. With a P320, not so much.
Now I'm curious: Does anyone get slide bite with a standard P320?
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The grip module should be available as an accessory, and the slide already is. The FCU is still the same so the modularity is maintained along with the steel rails.
Icarus precision offers some really nice aluminum modules for P320's that have the grips integrated. I think this is a better idea than separate grip panels.
I've seen slide bite from P320 shooters, with dual bleeding tracks behind the web of the thumb.
I've seen it more with Glocks, though.
I am glad I did not purchase the Wilson Combat version.
Any idea on price?
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I like everything about this. I hope they make the grip modules available standalone, and affordable.
I got it when I first got my P320. Painful lesson for a new shooter. That will never again.
I keep band aids in my range bag for those who go withme that are new and get that bite.
Well, at least it isn't another polymer striker-fired pistol.
I just hope they make them in different sizes.
Now that makes the P320 look like a proper SIG!
I just bought the WC Module and thought I was done buying modules for the P320!
Where is the rest of the video????
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Is this pistol going to do something that P320 does not?
Hmmm. Mine get hot on occasion when I finish a stage, but haven't come close to melting yet. They're a lot more comfortable to grab when it's 120 degrees outside, though.
I think that would depend on the torch, and just how toasty you can turn up its wick to.
The tungsten infused module sells for a bit under $250 out in the wild. So maybe $400 for an alloy version? The steel Q4 and Q5 feel really, REALLY good in hand, as does the 92X Performance. If it were up to me I'd forget aluminum and bring on the iron ore.
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I have just plain hated the way a 320 looks and feels and the plastic didn’t help any. I’m not a striker fan either but so far I’m really digging this if it truly is alum lower.
SIG made this M17 with aluminum frame for the tomb of the unknown soldier I was reading about in American Rifleman previously.
sounds super neat, I haven't been interested in P320/P365 but this does pique my interest.
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That would be most interesting.
If they sold version of that highly glossed P320 Guard pistol...just shut up and take my
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Guess I'll have to be on the lookout for one of these.
My other Sig is a Steyr...
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