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Wilson Combat has released a P320 grip frame! It has their signature look along with a higher beavertail and flared magwell. It says it will take grip weights but I don't know if that means the factory Sig options or if they're going to release something custom.

Right now they have only have Full Size in Black, and Carry options in black or tan and with or without safety.
https://shopwilsoncombat.com/Modules/products/1269/


The only issue I see is they did all of their comparisons with the traditional grip frame instead of the newer X-modules which are much better (IMO). I still may have to order one to give it a try. I'm glad other companies are finally taking advantage of the P320's modularity!




There are more photos on their site, including side-by-sides with a traditional grip frame, but the images are huge so I didn't want to include them here.
 
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Their video looks like their frame is more narrow than factory.


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Their grip contour is very respectable compared to the factory frame. I wonder why Sig couldn't bring a frame like this in the beginning. Me likes the tan color too.
 
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And...the non-safety versions are sold out. That was quick. Smile


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Please explain to me the advantage of this frame vs. the factory Sig frame?


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Soon you'll be able to make a P320 without anything from SIG! Big Grin
 
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Cool. I'll give their Carry version a shot, once they're in stock. I like the X-Carry grip a lot more than the standard Carry, but wish it was shaped a bit more like the X-Compact. This one might be closer to what I'm wanting.

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Originally posted by T.Webb:
Please explain to me the advantage of this frame vs. the factory Sig frame?


Similar advantages to what the X-series grip modules offer, namely:

-Higher beavertail, for a higher grip
-Undercut trigger guard, for a higher grip
-More aggressive texture, for a more positive grip
-Reshaped grip area, for a more ergonomic grip
-A more sharply flared magwell, for slightly easier/quicker mag insertions
 
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Soon you'll be able to make a P320 without anything from SIG! Big Grin


I might end up finally getting one then! Big Grin

Oh, I didn't just say that did I? Eek
 
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I didn't see anywhere if the specify that they are available for the .45, but I didn't watch the video though.



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These have me shopping for a cheap 320 in .40


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Still waiting for one without the rail...



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In Wilson's description of this frame, it mentions Tungsten weights in the grip module.

Why would you want weights?


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I've always liked the WILSON grips. The WILSON stippling wakes up the drab looking P320. I like the undercut and rounded trigger guard. Still hard to spend that much on a piece of plastic though.
 
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Originally posted by Sunset_Va:
In Wilson's description of this frame, it mentions Tungsten weights in the grip module.

Why would you want weights?


Added grip/frame weight = less felt recoil/muzzle climb = faster follow-up shots.

Generally used in competition, not so much for carry guns.
 
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Im a fan of Wilson 1911’s and would definitely try one if they make a version for the X-Compact.


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Originally posted by az4783054:
I've always liked the WILSON grips. The WILSON stippling wakes up the drab looking P320.

To each their own. I think they're fugly




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Originally posted by Sunset_Va:
In Wilson's description of this frame, it mentions Tungsten weights in the grip module.

Why would you want weights?


Added grip/frame weight = less felt recoil/muzzle climb = faster follow-up shots.

Generally used in competition, not so much for carry guns.


I wish they had shown a completed pistol with their frame.


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Originally posted by Sunset_Va:
I wish they had shown a completed pistol with their frame.


They do, on the webpages linked in the OP.



 
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I have a carry grip ordered for my M18. Fortunately the grip frames for the safety were still in stock. It should arrive mid-week so I’ll get to play with it next weekend.
 
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