There are 4 versions of the Sig Sauer striker-fired P320: the Full-Size, Carry, Compact, and SIG SAUER P320 SubCompact Pistol, all in 9mm Luger. I have shot and own all of them at my own expense. There are other calibers available in .40 S&W, .357 SIG, and .45 ACP. I am impressed with the handgun's adaptability, modularity, reliability, and quality.
The pistol's modularity and flexibility features are especially worth attention. You should know that Sig Sauer is not paying me for my review or opinions here, nor reducing the gun price or providing it or the ammo, so I am not on their payroll and sincerely want to give my objective evaluation to help you.
We’re going to show you the Sig P320 Subcompact today. We’re going to do a little review of it. What am I going to do to start off with? I’m going to shoot the wrong gun—the Sig P320 Compact. I want to hit the gong and wake him up. He’s awake. So is he
In 2014, Sig Sauer released their very first polymer striker fired pistols: the P320 series. Despite the continued popularity of their metal-framed, hammer-fired 220 series pistols, the polymer pistol market grows every year, and it was clear that the future could get tough for Sig — especially with law enforcement sales — unless they came up with a modern striker-fired pistol to compete with Glock, Smith & Wesson, and others.