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Has anyone seen a P320 Carry size grip module that does not have rails?

Am I the only only one who desires such a thing?


6940 | DPMS custom | 30-06 custom | 870 12ga | P320 Carry 9mm | LCP | 10/22 | Mark IV Target | Happiness is a warm gun.
 
Posts: 112 | Location: The Commonwealth | Registered: February 15, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I believe on the SubCompact P250/320 are available with no rail.

Otherwise, you could buy a spare & file down the rail sections, but may cause holster fit issues.




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Neither SIG nor any other manufacturer can't please everyone. I'm with you but it doesn't exist except in the small grip subcompact module.

Do as suggested, if you can find one. I did two DIY modules (compact and medium grip subcompact) to eliminate the rail. If you want it to look good, expect to spend many hours with a belt sander, and/or DREMEL, and sandpaper. Take your time so you don't go through the thin polymer. Getting the contours to look right took the most time.

Surprisingly, I found my railed Kydex holster worked fine with a little correction of the adjustment screw. It's not hard to do just very time consuming. But hey, it's winter and if it's what you want, you can do it.


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Yes, I know the Sub-compact can be had with no rails. I'm wondering about the carry because I prefer its size. However, the rails sometime get caught when drawing from my leather OWB holster, and [2] I prefer the appearance of handguns without rails.

The carry is my main weapon. I actually think it is the best handgun I've ever owned. (I wish I could have carried it years back when I was on uniform patrol-- it's really an amazing firearm.)
 
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I recently sold my Sig P250f .45 a.c.p. and gave the purchaser a spare green grip module. He attempted to remove the rails on the green grip module with a bandsaw and belt sander. It looked O.K. at midnight on a moonless night, but felt rough. He then decided to round the front of the trigger guard. He slipped and ground a slot through the dust cover area. He threw the green grip module away.

I urged him to use files and rasps, but he was in a hurry.
 
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I really hope Sig or a 3rd party manufactures grip modules for the Carry without rails. I really don't want to do this in my garage with hand tools...
 
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I do not care for rails either.... I spent some quality time with my 320 Carry Grip module and a Dremel. It is now a bit more functional for me.

I have been shopping for a 220 Carry Gen 2, SAS. No luck so far. I suspect Hens Teeth would be easier to find.

At the cost of a grip module I felt ok with making it work for me.

I truly love this platform.

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I've been wondering about no rail myself as I really think on a ccw they are out of place. I've been looking for pictures of some that have been modified but haven't had any luck. In my opinion the rails on the 320 are just to big and look out of place on a smaller framed gun.


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Doubt they will bother. Unlike the old S&W versions on the early TSW, the ones today are slim and add little bulk.


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