The SIG Sauer P320 ran the gauntlet of military testing, winning the right to arm the U.S. Military into the future. Incredibly modular, the industry keeps responding with accessories (See the Matador Arms Mag-X). Wilson Combat recently became the latest, announcing the release of a SIG P320 Grip Module.
Wilson Combat SIG P320 Grip Module Details
Wilson Combat reengineered the P320 grip frame to optimize its practical shooting potential. The all-new molded polymer grip module enhances the grip and improves recoil control, according to Wilson Combat. Shape, texture and overall ergonomics give the P320 a better feel, one leaning toward a sculpted custom gun, according to Wilson Combat.
With its SIG P320 Grip Module, Wilson Combat also incorporated suggestions from tactical trainers, champion shooters and firearm experts. The resulting product proves unmistakably “Wilson.” While SIG won a contract, Wilson attempts to win over practical shooters and conceal carriers with its stylish grip module.
The non-serialized grip module comes in black or tan, with or without manual safety cut. Lastly, MSRP comes in at $65.95. For more information, please visit wilsoncombat.com.
P320 Grip Module Features
- Upgraded, high-cut 1911-style beavertail grip tang for smooth draws
- Undercut front-strap and reshaped, radiused trigger guard for the highest grip possible
- Enlarged, integrated magwell opening for fast reloads-compatible with the latest generation SIG X-series factory basepads
- Improved grip traction and increased grip pattern coverage with Wilson Combat’s exclusive Starburst grip pattern on the sides and aggressive texturing on the front and backstrap
- Frame reference serrations for support hand thumb or index finger positioning
- Internal grip slots for Tungsten weights (also sold separately)
- Angled “Holster Cuts” on light rail to aid in snag-free, re-holstering
- Factory SIG magazine release pre-installed
- Compatible with all standard holsters
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