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Old 05-03-2017, 09:31 AM   #1
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I have been hearing about FRAME'S CRACKING and sig is recalling frames because of it !!!! But only heard about it once and that was from one of it's larger distributers, but nothing on youtube. now a secondary trigger "CLICK"
anyone know about these issue's and what's the second click? and is something to be concerned about?
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Old 05-03-2017, 09:44 AM   #2
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The double click is normal they all do it some the second click is so close to the first that you don't notice it.
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ok thx - any news on cracking frames and the recalls?
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I've also noticed with the GG PELT trigger with the stock spring I still get the double click with the spring that comes with the pelt I really don't notice it if I put my finger behind the trigger and pull real slow I can get it to double click.
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I have not read or heard of this before your post. Is there a written article on this or just a word of mouth thing.
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I haven't seen or heard of this issue either. I had not heard of that issue with the P250 platform, and should that have been an issue with them, Sig would have certainly addressed it before the release of the 320.

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I have been hearing about FRAME'S CRACKING and sig is recalling frames because of it
Where did you hear this?
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Old 05-03-2017, 01:13 PM   #8
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When you say "frame" are you referring to the fire control unit or the grip module?
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Troll? Maybe

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Thats a first I've heard of the frames cracking as well. I have run both Gen frames in different sizes and I have not seen this at all.
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I have heard about aluminum frame guns cracking and I'm sure steel does but I've never seen it. Short of using my rig as a hammer, I'm not sure why a frame would experience cracking under normal operating parameters.
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Can you even own a SIG 320 in Chicago ?
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Old 05-20-2017, 07:40 AM   #14
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Never heard of a grip frame cracking. I would suspect the army did quite a bit of testing on the M17/18 and would have had discovered that issue of it was real. It's also the beauty about the P320...it's a grip module that is easily replaced and doesn't down your whole firearm if that were to even occur.
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As many of the 320's that are in the field, if cracking was a problem we'd have heard of it before now. ST owners likely own hundreds of units with thousands of rounds fired. I'm not concerned.
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