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Old 06-29-2020, 03:15 PM   #1
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Xcarry Grip Module From Osage?

I want to order an X Carry grip module from Osage. I know the there is an old model and a new one. I like the new with the reduced beaver tail and without the raised area on the rear top portion of both sides of the grip.
I understand that old and new have the same part number.
I've tried to call them and they don't answer their phone. I've written and haven't received a reply.
Hoping someone here has ordered one and can tell me what they got.
The picture they show for the X Compact is of the new model.
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Hey it from Wilson Combat directly. It's the Carry II


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Old 06-29-2020, 03:29 PM   #3
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Thank You Very Much!
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I'm not sure the OP is talking about the Wilson Combat Grip module. It sounds like he is talking about the two different Sig X grip modules. One is the regular Sig X-grip module and the other is the X-Compact grip module.
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The Original Carry Grip Module:

Original Carry.jpg

The X-Series Carry:
Wild Blue

X-Carry Blue.jpg

The Wilson Carry Grip Module:

320-cst-1_1.jpg

This is the X-Compact Grip Module:
The Red Circles indicate the differences from the X-Carry Module.
The Red Circles also apply to the Wilson Combat Carry Grip.

X-Compact Grip Red = Differences.jpg

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Which Grip are you Talking about?
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The one on bottom with the circles but black medium.
Thanks! Wish Sig would not have used the same model number for both.
Probably should spend the extra $20 or so dollars and buy from Sig. They said they would make sure I got the new one.
I really appreciate your reply and the replies from you other guys.
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It's not a question of getting the "new one", it's a question of ordering the RIGHT one. The X-Compact didn't replace the X-Carry, it's a totally different module.

That said, Osage is a good place to buy from. As mentioned, the one you seem to want is the X-Compact.

Not the Compact, not the Carry, and not the X-Carry.

Just be aware the one you want is designed for 15rd mags (17 and 21rd mags work, just have a gap between the baseplate the bottom of the grip).

If you want 17rd mags to fit flush, you need the Carry or X-Carry or Wilson Combat Carry and Carry II.

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The Compact grip (OG Compact and XCompact) are sized for 15 round mags.

The Carry grips (Carry, XCarry, WC Carry, etc.) are sized for 17 round mags.
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Looks like the X Carry from Osage is what I am going to get.
Thank you all very much for your help.
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...I am thinking of buying the medium xcarry frame in fde and wanted to know if the ugly flair magwell is basically optional and will be comfortable with or without...I am a first time sig p320 owner and first time sigtalker go easy ;]...am I correct in thinking the magwell is an option to make mag swaps faster?....thanks
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If you are looking for a thinner feeling grip, then the Wilson is the superior grip. I do say this coming from an X carry small grip. The X Carry is too blocky feeling, even the small. And I have X-XXL size hands.
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