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Swiss company B&T has developed a grip module with an integrated folding stock.

www.BT-AG.CH/Shop/Eng/bt-usw-2/bt-polymer-lower-usw-320-for-sig-p320-bt-430174

Per the B&T website:

The perfect upgrade for the SIG Sauer P320!

The revolutionary USW concept from B&T is now also available for the P320. The practical polymer conversion kit transforms a normal P320 (full-size or compact) in less than two minutes into a USW-320 with integrated stock. Just transfer the trigger group, the slide and the magazine release onto the USW-320 frame. The USW-320 lower equals the full-size P320 lower, so 17 round magazines (and bigger) can be used.

Due to the integrated folding stock, accuracy and range is improved significantly.

Features

Delivery
The scope of delivery consists only of the lower frame with integrated folding stock but without any attached or built in parts.

Width
43 mm

Weight
188 g (Lower with folding stock)

Stock Pull
360 mm

NAR Rails
1

Magazines
P320 magazines, 17 round and larger

Handling
Ambidextrous

Shoulder stock
Foldable

Remarks
Available from April 2018


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VERY Cool... Cool


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That must be an arm brace, correct?


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That is a stock I believe.
 
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If you look at the item page on their web site in a little red box "Purchase of this item requires a special official permit" would mean either a tax stamp or letter from your agency. Chris
 
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Yes, it's a stock. I have my Form 1 all filled out but won't be able to get out for prints and pictures until next week sometime Frown
 
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It's pretty neat. But... I don't see it being worth the $200 stamp. That's just me. I don't have a legitimate need for it other than range toy.

They should have made it with a brace. Would have sold x10 as many.




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Would have sold x10 as many.

More like 10,000 times as many, I'd say. Neat package regardless.
 
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I really think the Exo One FCU did it better: https://firecontrolunit.com/

Kinda spendy but interesting how it appears that I could take the folding brace off of my MPX and mount that to this Exo thingy.
 
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That’s cool. I think they will sell 27 of them. Lol

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Originally posted by pedropcola:

Who sbr’s an actual pistol?


That would be me. As a hobbyist I like interesting guns. I think a B&T framed P320 has the potential to be a proper civilian PDW. I think that’s interesting.
 
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We're going to get a couple to try for our motors guys who can't put a long gun on the bike. Rather than have them switch grip modules under stress, we'll set them up as standalones.


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So that makes it a NFA item? Frown

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I like cool things too but the rules that go along with sbr’s and state lines etc. If I was going to go through the sbr’s process this route would be on the bottom, the very bottom ,of my list.

It’s a great ide, unless you actually want to sell enough to make a profit.
 
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Maybe they can sell them as a kit with a 16 inch barrel?


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