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Old 11-18-2014, 03:38 PM   #16
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congrats...everything I read about these are positive...I've only fondled a full sized 9mm at the LGS but it balanced nicely and the trigger was sweeter than any GLOCK...

Bill

And more importantly its very accurate further out even in a carry version! With some start up shootin time you'll be slammin them in that paper!



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Old 11-18-2014, 04:03 PM   #17
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I shot both it and my VP9...I have to say, I'm very impressed with the Sig P320. I love the gun, love the trigger and prefer the gun overall to the VP9. The ergo's work for me, the trigger is smoother while shooting it vice dry fire. Only 200 rounds down range thus far but I have to say, this is a solid Sig. I normally don't post target pics as this was from a range window, doesn't get easier than that. My goal is 10 rounds in 10 seconds or less with each magazine. This was 40 rounds from 7 yards, standing.



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I shot both it and my VP9...I have to say, I'm very impressed with the Sig P320. I love the gun, love the trigger and prefer the gun overall to the VP9. The ergo's work for me, the trigger is smoother while shooting it vice dry fire. Only 200 rounds down range thus far but I have to say, this is a solid Sig. I normally don't post target pics as this was from a range window, doesn't get easier than that. My goal is 10 rounds in 10 seconds or less with each magazine. This was 40 rounds from 7 yards, standing.



My 320c and VP9...


Excellent!! There's a huge problem with your target.... Its missing a whole lot of paper!!! Good job...my shots were 2-3 secs apart in fake German target cactus shots, fun to shoot once ya start punchin holes quickly... right!!



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You are killing me, dude. Trying like hell to not buy a 320 Compact.
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You are killing me, dude. Trying like hell to not buy a 320 Compact.

Get er dun! Shes cheap enough and ya can beat her up if ya wanna....not to mention it IS Sigs First of a kind change and striker! Thats mainly why i purchased it, and now the added benefit of actually having another fine Sig reliable shooter!!



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I am so impressed with this Sig and it's only a $500 dollar gun. As far as durability, only time will tell but I probably won't put 1000 rounds through it in as little time as possible. I saw a 1000 round torture test in which parts of the slide melted, though the gun continued to function. I was also more accurate with at the range window with this particular gun than my VP9, not sure as to why.
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I am so impressed with this Sig and it's only a $500 dollar gun. As far as durability, only time will tell but I probably won't put 1000 rounds through it in as little time as possible. I saw a 1000 round torture test in which parts of the slide melted, though the gun continued to function.
Parts of the frame melted, not the slide. The frame is a $40 fix.
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Awesome to hear. Can't wait to get my FS.
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Parts of the frame melted, not the slide. The frame is a $40 fix.
Sorry, yes, the frame, not the slide. The gun still functioned regardless. Just like when the G17/19 recoil assembly melted in it's 1000 round but still functioned. Though the frame is not quite as important in this case to its function.
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Bunk, my P320 is full sized in 9mm and has the same nasty habit of gouging out target centers. My centers aren't quite as torn up as yours are but I find myself shooting 5 distinct holes in my targets, center, 12,3,6 and 9 o'clock groups to save on targets. Nice shooting Bunk and congrats.
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Bunk, my P320 is full sized in 9mm and has the same nasty habit of gouging out target centers. My centers aren't quite as torn up as yours are but I find myself shooting 5 distinct holes in my targets, center, 12,3,6 and 9 o'clock groups to save on targets. Nice shooting Bunk and congrats.
Thanks but if I had been at the outdoor range, drawing from concealed carry, my holes would have been a bit more distributed I tell you guys, I didn't think much of the 320 when it came out, it's a bit boring in the looks, thought it was simply a version of the 250. I am way impressed with it. For me, a very, very easy gun to shoot.
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Funny, I said it in one of my first posts about the P320 and you said almost the same dam thing in your post. "This gun is all Sig". Nice to know others feel the same way.
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Glad to hear your experiences with it, especially with you comparing it to the other makes side-by-side. Thanks for taking the time to write it up for us!
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Looks and sounds like you really gelled with it Bunk. Thanks for the comparo with the VP9.
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