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Old 12-29-2016, 03:45 PM   #1
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P320 RX Compact, conversion modules

Hi All,

Apologies if this has been answered before: I've currently got the P250 Compact in .357 Sig and I love it, but I'm ready to pull the trigger on picking up the striker P320 version instead. Right now, it seems like the only .357 Sig versions out there (on Gunbroker, Grabagun, Gallery of Guns, etc) is the FDE version which is not my first choice - I prefer black. I can get past that though and accept FDE, but I'd really like to try out the RX Romeo.

It looks like Sig only sells the P320 RX Compact version in 9mm. Further, it looks like no one has that gun for sale - the only one I can ever find is the full-size version. So, the questions are:
  • Has anyone seen the P320 RX Compact in the wild / for sale?
  • If I bought the FDE .357 Sig Compact, can I later buy a P320 Compact RX slide from Sig (I didn't see it on their site)?
  • What about the reverse situation - if I found a P320 RX Compact in 9mm, can I convert it to .357 Sig while retaining the Romeo cut slide and optic?

Thanks in advance for the help / advice!

-AoW
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You're in tough shape on all points.

P320RX Compact is not released yet. No official launch date from what I understand.

There's also an assumption that Sig is going to offer RX kits but that's clearly months and months out.

I have not been able to fit my .357 barrel into my 9mm slide. But I can fit the 9mm barrel into the .357/.40 slide. I believe it only goes in one direction.
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Hi All,

Apologies if this has been answered before: I've currently got the P250 Compact in .357 Sig and I love it, but I'm ready to pull the trigger on picking up the striker P320 version instead. Right now, it seems like the only .357 Sig versions out there (on Gunbroker, Grabagun, Gallery of Guns, etc) is the FDE version which is not my first choice - I prefer black. I can get past that though and accept FDE, but I'd really like to try out the RX Romeo.

It looks like Sig only sells the P320 RX Compact version in 9mm. Further, it looks like no one has that gun for sale - the only one I can ever find is the full-size version. So, the questions are:
  • Has anyone seen the P320 RX Compact in the wild / for sale?
  • If I bought the FDE .357 Sig Compact, can I later buy a P320 Compact RX slide from Sig (I didn't see it on their site)?
  • What about the reverse situation - if I found a P320 RX Compact in 9mm, can I convert it to .357 Sig while retaining the Romeo cut slide and optic?

Thanks in advance for the help / advice!

-AoW
Sig claims the P320 RX Compact in 9mm will be released in January although I've heard of sightings in some LGS locations. I'm looking for one myself but no luck so far.

Sig will not predict when caliber exchange kits for RX models will be available. My guess is their production line will be geared to producing complete guns until the demand is satisfied. I suspect the same will hold true for .40 and .357 caliber RX guns as well.

I don't know of any way to convert a 9mm RX Compact to .357 without a caliber exchange kit.

If you can't wait for the RX compact to be released, you can check with a local gunsmith to see if he can mill the mounting grooves for the Romeo 1 optic in a stock compact slide. The result would be similar to an RX but without the raised fixed sight. You could do this with any caliber slide you wish. The cost for doing this would likely be more than buying a complete P320 RX Compact however.
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