Fantastic job , as you do every year. It is very much appreciated by us all. If you get a chance can you stop by the CZ booth?
Thanks for the updates LDD!
Nothing in your reporting is lacking. The exact opposite is your result. I personally apologize if I added to any frustration. Your reporting is so detailed and dead-on with what our concerns are, you are our eyes and ears. We are blessed to have you putting to paper what you feel, and more so, with so much writing talent.
You have hit the concerns and the interests, more every year, and with increased access.
It's borne out by the relationship the forum has with SIG, and its purely as a result of the owner, moderators, and your reporting. You, Para, Gray Guns, everyone here has given us unbelievable insight, input and access to SIG (and I really hope they are listening). We all appreciate and thank you for the hard work, the physical work, the writing, and the thought process.
Maybe it has been taken for granted - and again I apologize if I added. Your reporting got it so right on the 320, last year on the MPX, and its obvious that SIG is listening. Thank you for giving us access to the show, and for the input you give back to SIG.
The adjustable sights currently on the target had a big LPA written on the side. I have a good picture if you are interested.
1. That was the idea
2. Yes, but alternative base pads are required. I easily seated one of my P320 magazine that had a +6 basepad today confirm.
3. The grip feels good to me and is much better for those who use a high support hand, thumbs forward grip.
4. Yes. Additionally it's designed to accept an extended magazine well for when you aren't shooting Production. That had the extended magwell attached today I heard.
Thanks for the verification's Alma. Kind of a bummer that it will take different base pads in order for the old magazines to work but maybe Wade up at Obsidian Arms will be able to come up with something for these. I don't think the 1/2 Full Grip Full Wing ones I have now would work.
I am sure Wade would help out.
You could easily modify standard P320 Factory base pads by chopping the wings off. The base pad that is on there now was being called the "FBI" base pad. Must be due to the current FBI competition.
The Springer Precision extensions should all work fine out of the box. I have personally preferred the Obsidian Arms ones because they extend the grip on my current P320, but they would sit a bit further back on this new gun since the front of the magwell is flared out.
Thanks for the write up LDD and thanks Alma for the Team Sig hands on input! I am disappointmented that the Grayguns upgrades and Alma's Grip modifications are not built into the new P320 Target. I was mad that I didn't get notified about the Sig Sauer event at my local Clark County Range. I wanted to meet you guys in person. I have press credentials but I apparently have to get on a special list for next year. My favorite people in the business where I shoot weekly. Oh well.
If the Sig booth has a comments box, could you please fill out about 1000 cards with "Make a P320 in 10mm!"
Great coverage, thanks for doing a better job of explaining what's behind the pictures than most other coverage out there. It's much appreciated!
LDD, thanks for a great, thorough, comprehensive report on SHOT. Hope they do "330 Target" Have sold Glock 34 & 35's to SWAT officers and 330, with suppressor ready sights could make inroads, if produced?
Always thought Glock made smart decision by having magazine compatibility could use larger capacity magazines, including 33 rd 9mm, in any smaller gun, except 42,43. Aero and Just Right pistol caliber carbines wisely use these magazines in their guns for maximum flexibility!
These carbines are great companions to Glock pistols. Was hoping MPX would have this same compatibility with Sig pistols and Sig would bring out higher capacity magazines to work in either MPX or pistols. I realize Sig magazines for a 226 will work in 229 or 224: but a 20 rd 9 is as high as they go. If Sig can have a threaded barrel 239, why not a rail version?
Many manufacturers offer mini/micro lights, including some with lasers included, so would seem to make sense?
LDD, keep up the good work!
My grip mod work is the build in directly but the new Target grit module does give me a head start since there are already inset areas for grip tape which could also been filled with glue and grit. I don't know yet if the will be deep enough for me to fill without having to remove material but if so then it could turn a two hour job into a twenty minute one.
Great coverage. Thanks. (Yeah, late to the game, but enjoying it nonetheless.)
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