Introducing the Sig Sauer P320 Compact Professional. Based on the X-Series platform, this gun is SIG SAUER’s answer to further developing and improving the already phenomenal 320 series modular pistol.
The 320 X-Compact is the LE Professional version of the recently released X-Compact. The main difference is the slide cutout which accepts the new R1-PRO optic and the upcoming R2 optic. The rear sight on this gun remains in place when the sight plate is removed. This is a 3 x 15 round magazine box. These are currently in stock, no longer a preorder. NOTE: the PRO has a different optics cutout than the photo. Refer to the sales sheet to get an idea of the optics cut or look at the photo.
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Ergonomics and performance have become the standard of the P320 XSeries. Now, all of these features are available in an compact size. The P320 XCompact features a completely redesigned modular polymer XSeries grip with a reduced fastback carry cut and a low-profile internal magwell. Combined with the extended beavertail and high undercut trigger guard, the XCompact offers ultimate comfort and concealability AND improved recoil control. The 3.6” barrel and XSeries slide with enhanced serrations come equipped with the X-Ray3 day/night front sight with rear night sight plate assembly. The XCompact is fully compatible with the new ROMEO1PRO reflex optic and comes with THREE (3) 15-rd magazines. The P320 XCompact is the ultimate balance of form and function and redefines what compact pistols should be.
tahdadams (verified owner) –
Review for Sig Sauer P320 X-Compact PRO 3.6″ 9MM 15RND JUST RELEASED
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The gun will be pretty stiff for the first 500 rounds. After the mags get worked in and the slide breaks in, it’ll be easier to chamber that first round on a full mag. Some people will load the mag with the slide locked to the rear until the gun breaks in.
Regarding reset, it’s for sure a shorter reset than the glock which is what most people want. There’s always stone variance with the triggers due to tolerance stacking. In other words, depending on tooling conditions for all the parts involved, the triggers all have a slightly different feel.