New pistols of SIG Sauer: P320 X-Five, X-Carry and X-VTAC
SHOT Show 2017 / New from SIG Sauer: One of the most interesting news of this year’s SHOT Show is SIG Sauer’s new P320 X-Series with its flagship, the match pistol P320 X-Five
The original X-Five is a steel frame pistol based on the legendary P-Series with a number of features added to satisfy even the most discriminating competitor. Now, a new X-Five appears on the horizon. The P320 X-Five is based on the polymer framed P320 with its firing pin safety but retains many of the notable characteristics admired in its first incarnation.
Features of the new SIG Sauer X-Series pistols
The X-Five spots a flat-faced more in-line match trigger with ultra short reset for quick and precise shots. The large capacity magazine holds 21 rounds of 9mm Luger or 18 in .40 S&W.
The brand new P320 X-Five comes with modular grips with an extended spur, a flared magazine well and can accept weights in the back of the grip to improve weight distribution and reduce recoil. The slide is windowed for reduced weight and also prepared to accept the SIG Sauer Romeo miniature red dot. It houses a 5”/127mm “bull” barrel.
Additionally, adjustable match sights with fiberglass front sight by Dawson Precision and an enlarged slide stop complete the package.
In addition to the X-Five, the P320 series includes two more “Carry” models in 9mm Luger with 3.9” barrel and the V-TAC with 4,7” barrel boasting a 17 round magazine as well as many additional attractive features.
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Smaller and smaller, but still with good grip ergonomics and, of course, a capacity that makes every double-barrel derringer green with envy. The result is the SIG Sauer P365 and is intended for daily concealed carry. The manufacturer even advertises the gun in the USA as a "Micro-Compact-Pistol". We at all4shooters.com tested the pistol in practice, discovering a well-designed and accurate tiny …
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