SIG Sauer P320 Subcompact

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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for SIG Sauer’s P320 Subcompact pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The SIG Sauer P320 Subompact is a semiauto pistol built on a polymer frame and chambered in 9mm.  Other features include:

  • A stainless steel fire-control assembly insert;
  • a striker-fired, double-action-only trigger;
  • an internal striker safety;

    SIG Sauer P320 Subcompact left side photo

    The P320 Subcompact from the left.

  • a magazine-disconnect safety;
  • no frame-mount thumb safety;
  • a reversible magazine release;
  • a modular polymer grip available in three sizes (small, medium and large) to fit a variety of hand sizes;
  • a black nitron finish on the slide, which also features front and rear serrations;
  • either contrast sights or SIGLITE night sights; and
  • two magazines.

SIG says it designed its P320 series to simplify and make safe the disassembly procedure. The three-point take down system prohibits disassembly unless you remove the magazine, and it prohibits takedown unless the slide is locked to the rear. And, simply rotating the takedown lever allows disassembly without tools or trigger manipulation.

Note: This pistol is not California or Massachusetts compliant.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Width Height Weight
9mm 12+1 3.6″ 6.7″ 1.1″ 4.7″ 24.9 oz. w/mag


MSRP: $628–$713

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SIG Sauer P320 Subcompact right side photo

The P320 Subcompact from the right.

2 thoughts on “SIG Sauer P320 Subcompact

  1. Hank

    Looks like a designer label version of a HiPoint. Couldn’t they get the bore axis any higher above the grip?

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  2. phily phil

    just wondering if anybody had shot this gun how is the recoil I got my shooting hand and crushed in n auto ac so 9 mm is bout is how high of a caliber I can go.i have a 9mm ruger lc9 and I can handle that fine so if its anything like it I should be good.i do prefer 380s to me there just as good at close range. its not the caliber a lot of times its where you put the bullet
    if you can tell me anything more pleas do so or any other comments.

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