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


They do, on the webpages linked in the OP.





I missed that picture, thank you for posting it.

I don't have a P320, but if I did, I would buy one of those Wilson grip frames. It just changes it for the better, in looks, and I,m sre in grip too.


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I might have to try one out. Thanks for sharing.



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I am tempted to grab one of their manual safety carry size versions, but I don’t see what it would offer that my X frame does not. Hopefully someone here who has an X frame will grab one and post a comparison.


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Hopefully someone here who has an X frame will grab one and post a comparison.


I plan to, once the black non-safety model is back in stock.
 
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Soon you'll be able to make a P320 without anything from SIG! Big Grin


Like many a Glock product.

Market competition and improvement, all good. Considering the gun is just the module, they lend themselves to even more customization than Glorps.

Also good, watching people who spend thousands on aftermarket parts for these eschew expensive 1911s that "don't work without modification" or somesuch. Pot/kettle and all that.


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And speaking of the 1911, the Wilson module has quite a familiar profile. One of the features of the warmed over p250 which is the p320 which from the start set off my strange feeling button, is that darn handle. One on each side of a Croc pot would be a perfect fit. Someones CAD mistake I am sure. Its just odd. The Wilson part looks more like a pistol frame. They've even rounded its trigger guard nicely. The Wilson frame has no seam lines on it either.
 
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The Wilson frame has no seam lines on it either.

No, you can see a seam down the middle on the underside of the whole frame. But damn I like the esthetics of that frame!



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I already carry a 17rd mag (X Grip) on my P320cRX.

Will my slide fit on the Wilson X frame?


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The Wilson frame has no seam lines on it either.

No, you can see a seam down the middle on the underside of the whole frame. But damn I like the esthetics of that frame!
The black module in the 2nd pic is factory Sig. The FDE Wilson shows no seam. The Wilson modules in the OPs link do show a seam line.
 
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Picked up a compact in 40 at a pawn shop a couple of weeks ago. Looks like new. Ordered the tan grip module without safety earlier this evening on the Wilson site. Looking forward to having it in the carry version.


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Ordered a black carry w/safety cut for my M17 nitron. Seems worth a try...
 
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Picked up a compact in 40 at a pawn shop a couple of weeks ago. Looks like new. Ordered the tan grip module without safety earlier this evening on the Wilson site. Looking forward to having it in the carry version.
How much are they?
 
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That's a nice looking and functional looking grip. When they come out with a compact I may grab one.


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I ordered a black full sized for my VTAC. Should be here Wednesday. The Wilson module looks to be griper than the X5 that is on the pistol now. Also, the extra deep cutout at the back of the trigger guard should allow for the hand to ride slightly higher.

I have a Wilson EDC X9 and a 1911 XTAC both of which use the same layout on the grips like this new module. I really like the fit and feel! So we'll see how it goes.


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Back in stock.
 
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I like this. When they make one for the manual safety M17 I will try them out.


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Shrewd business move on the part of WC..


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I ordered a tan one for my M17 that may replace the X-Grip module I have on there now. Once it arrives, I'll post some pics.


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I’m interested in a compact frame but- from the FAQ at the website-
“Will you offer a Compact (15rd) length grip?
Not at this time, however there are plans to support this in the future.”

Anyone wanting a subcompact, Wilson says no intentions to produce one at this point.




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Too bad they did not turn out one with a safety. I would have bought it.
 
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