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Thread: Sig 320 vs Glock

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    OK. Mine came back with the RECALL repaired. Here is my assessment, your results may vary.

    I went to the range yesterday and fired off 100 rounds. Since itís been locked up in the safe for a couple months, I really donít remember exactly how it performed before the refit. I believe itís been improved.

    It was an indoor range, and I pretty much just shot static with no special drills. I just wanted to get the feel for the new trigger.

    Bottom line, Iím impressed. Unless new information develops were there still may be a safety issue, this thing is a solid keeper. It goes back to what I said earlier. I really want to hate this gun, but canít. I remember now WHY I bought it the first place. It is a great shooter.

    Nothing wrong Glocks, but Sig just fits ďmeĒ better. Again, your mileage may vary... Iím sure it will. Thatís what makes us all different. As always... Iím on the iPad. Excuuuuuse the typos.
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    Getting mine back this week. I'm impressed with the speed of turnaround. The jury is out on whether I keep it or not. I bought the 320 because I have DA/SA SIG's so I figured why not have the striker gun? My steel Sig's are more range guns instead of carry. I have pretty much settled on the 19 and 43 for carry plus I picked up the Shield during the rebate. Picking up a 2.0c seems like a good a move to pair up with the Shield. Plus it works for my OCD!

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    FedEx just returned my P320 Compact about 2 hours ago. I field stripped it to look it over, added a little oil and then shot 50 rounds through it.

    The trigger was a tiny bit rough out of the box. I guess it'd make sense since the fire control components are essentially new. Anyway, it seems to have smoothed up after a few cycles. Basically the trigger feels about like it always did. Good for a striker gun.

    One oddity--as others are reporting--is the disconnector notch cut in the guns with older slides. The older slides have a lightening cut where the disconnector notch should be. To make this all work SIG basically turned the entire lightening cut into the disconnector notch. It would seem newer slides (2017 production) don't have this lightening cut anymore.

    This all seems to work okay but the sear doesn't reset upon initial slide travel but rather at nearly the rearward point. I suppose that really makes no difference since live fire or "tap rack" should work just fine regardless of where the sear resets.

    Overall time, including shipping to and fro was right at two weeks.



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    Mine ended up being a week door to door. Haven't managed to shoot it yet but based on dry fire, I'm not overly impressed. The reset felt clunkier and it had a grittiness to the pull. I plan on doing a side by side with my friends non "upgraded" 320. I'll put a couple of hundred through it first before I decide whether to cut it loose .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas View Post
    Mine ended up being a week door to door. Haven't managed to shoot it yet but based on dry fire, I'm not overly impressed. The reset felt clunkier and it had a grittiness to the pull. I plan on doing a side by side with my friends non "upgraded" 320. I'll put a couple of hundred through it first before I decide whether to cut it loose .
    My trigger does seem to be smoothing up a little. I assume it will wear itself in after a couple hundred rounds. At least that's my hope.

    I understand how some owners feel. I'm not particularly pleased with this whole drop thing. But Sig seems to be trying their best to get guns fixed and back out in a timely manner.

    I really liked the gun prior to all this nonsense so I guess I should continue to like it now. It was accurate and reliable prior to the upgrade and as long as it continues to be accurate and reliable I don't foresee any reason to peddle it out of spite.

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    A refreshingly logical viewpoint.

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