Zev Technologies Announces Partnership with SIG Sauer

posted on July 6, 2020

Zev Technologies introduced a new line of pistols and accessories in an official collaboration with SIG Sauer. Zev’s offerings will include two complete pistols: The Z320 XCarry Octane pistol and Z320 XCompact Octane handguns. In addition to these two complete firearms, Zev Technologies has also launched a series of the company’s Octane slides and Pro barrels for both SIG Sauer P320s and P365s.

The Z320 XCarry and XCompact Octane pistols come standard with SIG Sauer’s X-series trigger, Octane Slide with Trijicon RMR-compatible optics cut, Zev’s Pro barrel and fiber-optic Combat Sights. Both Z320 models utilize Zev Tech’s signature diamond pattern, laser-cut grip module for sure purchase in the hand. This distinctive grip treatment is designed to secure your grip on the pistol regardless of environment, while still remaining comfortable in your hand.

On the accessories and upgrades side, Zev Technologies will be offering its Octane slide for the P320 and P365 line of pistols. Upgraded features include improved glare resistance and increased grip with Zev’s signature slide channeling and serrations. The Z320 and Z365 Octane slides will be compatible with Trijicon RMR- and Shield RMSc-based optics cuts. MSRP on the Octane slides is $420 for stripped slides.

Pro Barrels feature barrel dimpling and a streamlined hood design that incorporates the ZEV logo slashes and caliber markings. Available for the P320 in three sizes (XFive, XCompact and XCarry) and for both the P365 and P365XL, the MSRP on all barrel offerings is $199. Zev Tech’s Combat Sight Set for SIG Sauer slides offer a plain black, serrated rear sight and a fiber-optic front sight. The sights are compatible with P320 and P365 slides, and MSRP is $99.

For more information on the two pistols or any of these accessories that are part of this new collaboration, visit Zev Technologies at zevtechnologies.com.


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