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  1. X-Series, Sport, Mastershop Pistols
    Recently purchased a Sig P320 X-Compact, and received a Sig Romeo1 Pro with 6 MOA for Christmas (wife asks for suggestions for my Christmas present/s) to install on it. I've read there could be issues with the protective shroud, regarding the length of the screws. I've also never sighted in a...
  2. SIG Sauer Optics & Electronics
    Recently purchased a Sig P320 X-Compact, and received a Sig Romeo1 Pro with 6 MOA for Christmas (wife asks for suggestions for my Christmas present/s) to install on it. I've read there could be issues with the protective shroud, regarding the length of the screws. I've also never sighted in a...
  3. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    I got a Wilson Combat P320 Carry II Grip Module for my P320 X-Compact RXP and it is absolutely phenomenal! I tried the X-Compact grip module by Wilson because I thought it would print slightly less. To my dismay, the back of the grip is identical to the Carry II! So here are the differences...
  4. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    Got a Sig P320 X-Compact RXP and upgraded to the Wilson Combat Carry II grip module with a Gas Pedal takedown lever. I have shot for a while, but was only recently introduced to gripping the gun in a way that puts my thumb near the takedown lever. I love it, but am trying to get used to it...
  5. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    I noticed on all the P320 models, there is a curved gap on the bottom edge of the left front part of the slide. Its only on the left and not the right. Almost looks like a defect, but since it's on all of them, I guess there must be a purpose for it. Anybody know why it's there ??
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