Odds? About like winning the POWERBALL ticket lottery.....twice.
Firearms manufactures are sticklers about not wanting "any" modifications done to their weapons after they leave the factory. Triggers, sear modifications, etc are not in their wish. If they get back a firearm to work on for warranty work they want to receive it exactly like it was when it was placed in the outgoing container.
Grip modules, plain, would not be a choice, since it is production and the retailer won't know "who" in their clients would want just a plain grip.
I'd be happy if they would just produce more than what they are currently. Cool idea though, but they won't do it. Someone like polymer 80 should produce some. That would be the only way I see this happening.
First off - I don't think there are all that many folks that truly want to mod their guns. I honestly believe its mostly just a social media thing for folks that want to shoot more jpegs than bullets. My guess is the instaglocks of the world make up less than 1 half of 1 percent.
That said...no finger grooves, no "Grip Zone", very small logo, and best of all replaceable for $40 - sure seems like the 320 is better positioned as is than any of the other plastic fantastics as far as grip modding (undercuts, stippling, etc) goes.
Sig is having such difficulty keeping in stock the current options/accessories, especially now with the military contract, I can't see them offering yet another new item any time soon. Maybe in the future, but I suspect it will be a long wait.
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