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Will there ever be a P320 long slide akin to the 17L?
 
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I think the longest you will see is the P320 X-Five @ 5".



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Hope springs eternal. The slide would have to be balanced for each chambering, though, wouldn't it?
 
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my 17L and 34 eat whatever I feed them. I can't Sig having unique issues
 
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I understand, but if you look at the 17L slide it's had some metal excised to get the slide to the correct weight. My WAG would also be that the location of the excision has an effect to some degree or another. My theory was therefore that a 6" 320 would have more metal taken out of the slide than a comparable 320 in either .40 or 357SIG - if SIG ever made such a beast.
 
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I miss my 34. A little. Long slides look better to me.


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I understand, but if you look at the 17L slide it's had some metal excised to get the slide to the correct weight. My WAG would also be that the location of the excision has an effect to some degree or another. My theory was therefore that a 6" 320 would have more metal taken out of the slide than a comparable 320 in either .40 or 357SIG - if SIG ever made such a beast.


Ok, that I understand. I may have underestimated the level of effort given the proliferation of Glock after market slides of various lengths. Anyhow, I hope someone comes up with it for the P320.
 
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