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Old 11-20-2014, 02:41 PM   #46
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Can you, or anyone, confirm or comment on the fitment of the P250 17Rd 9mm magazine in the P320?

I'm reading and being led to believe that the full size mag for the p250 (17Rd 9mm) will fit and work just fine in the P320 Carry model and is appears that X-Grip makes the extension piece for this mag also. Am I understanding this correctly?

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Yep, I bought two 250 17 round magazines, work fine.
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Old 11-20-2014, 02:48 PM   #47
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Old 11-20-2014, 03:13 PM   #48
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Can you, or anyone, confirm or comment on the fitment of the P250 17Rd 9mm magazine in the P320?

I'm reading and being led to believe that the full size mag for the p250 (17Rd 9mm) will fit and work just fine in the P320 Carry model and is appears that X-Grip makes the extension piece for this mag also. Am I understanding this correctly?

Thank you Gents,

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That 17rd mag's package is now labeled P250/P320 from the factory.
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As soon as I handled this P320c at my LGS it took me about 5 seconds to decide to bring it home. Just wish the weather would warm up so I can shoot it.
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Old 11-20-2014, 04:24 PM   #50
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A new Sig P320 compact...

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As soon as I handled this P320c at my LGS it took me about 5 seconds to decide to bring it home. Just wish the weather would warm up so I can shoot it.

Get some hand warmers a **** load of ammo and beer cans or snow balls (i used cactus-it was cold and sleeting) and freakin throw that brass from your new hell fire weapon!!! Lol "you can doooo it!"

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Hey Bunk, I checked out that 320 today. Nice trigger. Problem is I'm used to 1911's and the DA/SA of my Sigs. With no saftey whatsoever it seems like that light trigger would be easy for someone to accidentally snag and go off. Am I missing something ?
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The three firearms that seem to be getting compared to each other is the Walther PPQ, HK VP9 and the Sig P320. I was at the First Texas International Firearms Festival and had a chance to do some limited shooting on the PPQ & P320 (Alas no HK Booth). With just ten rounds shot each. Both firearms were extremely pleasing to shoot with.
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I just got the 320 carry. Love the trigger for a stock trig. But the medium size grip is annoying for me. Probably need that large grip frame. But my better half loves it. So , it's hers now and I just got a 229 scorpion since my mk25 is my favorite
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...impulse buy, didn't plan on buying one but Academy had them for $519 so thought, why not. Nice trigger, some range tomorrow. Right now, I would say out of the box, my VP9 has the best trigger for a striker fired gun. This gun is close, maybe better. Range tomorrow....







NICE! You collection looks a lot like mine minus the P320. I don't know what it is but I refuse to buy a plastic SIG. I am a Sig guy all the way but I just can't say enough about the VP9! I LOVE THAT MOTHER******!
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To each their own, this particular plastic Sig rocks! I'm having my cerakoted in a blue/grey pattern.
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Nice looking Sig. Compact.
I have the 320 Sub Compact.

The way I understand it. I can purchase a Compact Module Frame and do the change out and use my 320 S.C. Slide?

I also have the H&K VP-9.
I really like the Charging Ears on the back of the Slide.
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Love mine, and I'm sure you will love yours. Congratulations.
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