WATCH: SIG Sauer P320 XCOMPACT

posted on January 21, 2019
New for 2019 is the SIG Sauer P320 XCOMPACT, an extension of the popular XSERIES line of pistols, which features a completely redesigned grip module with an improved beavertail and fastback profile, contoured magwell, and a deep trigger guard undercut which allows for a higher grip on the pistol compared to the standard P320.

Aimed at the incredibly popular market of concealed-carry guns, the new P320 XCOMPACT builds on the success of the earlier X-CARRY model introduced in 2018. However, including the frame redesigns, the XCOMPACT also features a shortened grip frame and overall length to aid in concealment.

For more details on the new P320 XCOMPACT, watch the video above and check out Shooting Illustrated's First Look on the handgun here.

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