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Sig P320

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by wiky86, Jun 3, 2015.

  1. wiky86

    wiky86 Gladstone Active Member

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    I had the good fortune to come across an FDE compact P320 today, and decided I needed to take it home.
    I can't figure out if the slide is also FDE, or more of a burnt bronze. Either way it's gorgeous, and I almost don't want to fire it for fear of messing up the paint.
    Have any of you guys and gals had a gun like that? One that's so pretty you want to put it in a glass case, never to be touched again?
     
  2. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    Not really.. it's paint. Sounds like you like it though.. remember, it's just paint.
     
  3. wiky86

    wiky86 Gladstone Active Member

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    It fits the hand quite nicely, and the modularity of the platform is a beautiful thing.
     
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    Bill Siegle Oregon Active Member

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    I'm really impressed with the P320. I have a compact and plan on buying a sub compact kit when I find one.
     
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  5. Norwestr55

    Norwestr55 Monmouth OR Deplorable Silver Supporter

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    I've got a carry model in 357 sig and a compact grip frame that I picked up for it. I'll be switching to it for my EDC when my holsters done next month and I get a few more rds thru it. Also just got a 9 mm full size exchange kit,but haven't got out to play with that yet. Out of the 3 I've got in 357 sig the 320 is the lightest recoiling,so I'm guessing the 9mm will be a real pussycat. I think SIGs got a winner in the 320's.
     
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