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Does the X-frame grip weight make any difference in the P320?


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The weight provides some balance to the pistol, to offset the weight of the slide and barrel.


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Originally posted by 2Adefender:
The weight provides some balance to the pistol, to offset the weight of the slide and barrel.

This ^^^
And the magwell funnel is steel so it adds a little more weight.
I put the X-Five grip module on my P320F.
It is a different feel, so try before you buy.
 
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