Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratings for the Diamondback Firearms DB320 pistol.
Diamondback Firearms‘ DB320 is a subcompact semiauto pistol chambered in .32 NAA and made entirely in the USA. A direct relative of Diamondback’s DB380 and DB9, the DB320 features a striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine catch to secure a sheet metal magazine and windage-adjustable sights, all in a lightweight pistol built on a polymer frame.
A steel trigger with dual connecting bars allows for a crisp, smooth, 5-lb., double-action-only (DAO) trigger pull. The DB320 features a strong FEA (Finite Element Analysis) designed slide and barrel, resulting in durability with less felt recoil. The absence of removable pins or tools makes field stripping easy. The slide, barrel, and internal parts are coated to resist corrosion. A CTC Laserguard sight or night sights are available.
The .32 NAA is a bottleneck cartridge developed by North American Arms for its Guardian pistol.
More info: For an in-depth review of the DB320’s close relative, the DB9, click here.
|.32 NAA||6+1||2.8″||.75″||8.8 oz.|
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