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I had been planning to wait a while to see how this voluntary upgrade that Sig is offering shook out before buying a P320, but I walked into my LGS today and they were having a sale on all Sig Pistols. Picked up a P320C-9-T-FDE for $458.88 + tax. Seemed like too good of a deal to pass on. I'm heading to the range in a couple of hours to put about 150 rounds through it and then I'll see what Sig has to say on Monday to decide if it will go in for the voluntary upgrade or not. The one draw back to this particular model is it only came with contrast sights. Once it comes back from Sig (assuming I decide to send it), what night sights would you guys recommend? I've tried XS 24/7 sights before and did not care for them so looking for other suggestions.

I'll post pictures and a range report later tonight when I get home. The trigger feels great so I have high hopes this one is a keeper.


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Congrats Frogger! Smile




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Very nice! What does the "T" mean in the item number?

I bought the ODG one a few years ago, I enjoy it.
 
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I would see what their update may be and get them to put night sights on it . I also looked at a new 320 Carry in 40 cal had the newest frame with the safe cutout plug but no safe and had a good trigger . but I have a 320 full size in 9 and a L/E package 320 compact in 9 so I left with out it . late build date and all updates that I could see .
 
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Very nice! What does the "T" mean in the item number?

I bought the ODG one a few years ago, I enjoy it.


Two-Tone. The one I got has a black slide, but an FDE grip frame.


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Thanks. My ODG is the same way. I prefer the black slide with the colored grip.

Nice pick up.
 
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Congrats on your purchase.
 
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I like SIG's XRAY-3 sights, even better with a SIG TFO front.
 
 
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Nice! I broke weak on a Tacops last week. I really like these guns. I am also inordinately fond of the 250, and have a couple.
 
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Back home from the range. Overall, I love it. Best trigger I've ever felt on a polymer gun. Fired 150 rounds of Blazer Brass with zero malfunctions. Only a few of minor gripes.

1. Shoots pretty low for me. To get the group in the picture, I was covering the entire black area of the target with the sights.

2. Ejects back at me. A lot of brass kept hitting my right bicep. It did seem to get better as the range session went on, or maybe I just got used to it. Not sure.

3. On one occasion, one of the mags would not let me feed the 15th round. It isn't that it was tight. It was that it behaved as if it already had 15 in it, and in fact, I could see a round through the 15 witness hole on the mag, but I had one round left in the row of 5. Odd, but it only happened once and the mag fed perfectly.

I definitely think it is a keeper. I'll be picking up some extra mags and add night sights soon.



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Congratulations. I really like my P320F .45 ACP, too.




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Congratulations Frogger! You won't regret it. I have had the p320C in 9 and one in .40 since early '15 and I have no problems. They are both a joy to shoot. Two weeks ago I bought the .45 in black compact...same thing, a joy to shoot. There is some concern over the drop-safety of late, but it will never affect me since I have been caring for many years, never with a bean down the pipe.
Enjoy yours!
 
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Good price on your P320. I love my two.


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There is some concern over the drop-safety of late, but it will never affect me since I have been caring for many years, never with a bean down the pipe. Enjoy yours!


You carry without having a round chambered?



Nice looking 320 frogger!
 
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Congrats. Covering the black is Sig's sight picture. If you send it back ask Sig to throw on a set of night sights. It's there anyway. See what number sights you have. I use 8/8 to get a better sight picture. More of a 6 o'clock hold
That's on my m11. I don't own a 320
 
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In the past few years my eyesight has went down a bit. I can't really see post and notch of the sights anymore with my corrective lenses on. I used to like Truglo TFO but the durability concerned me. Enter the Truglo TFX. These sights work in more lighting conditions than any other I tried.


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Nice shooting! Congrats on the new P320!


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Oddly, this whole issue made me look into them. Now I want.




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There is some concern over the drop-safety of late, but it will never affect me since I have been caring for many years, never with a bean down the pipe. Enjoy yours!


You carry without having a round chambered?


Nice looking 320 frogger!

Yes I do. I trained that way.i rack on the way out.
 
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I've really enjoyed mine. Waiting to get it retrofitted before I can carry it for work again tho'...


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