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P226 Legion LE, P229 Legion LE, P229, P220, P224, P320 X-Vtac, P320 X-Carry Pro, CZ TSO, CZ SP-01
Yeah, I don't understand Sig abandoning a caliber that they developed.
Sig is a large company and like most similar companies they have to appeal to investors, provide ROI, manage cash, etc. and it’s about financial results today, not what’s best for the niche .357 sig community!I guess I understand that Sig has decided to put more effort into the P365 than continue to support the P320 Sub Compact, I simply do not know why.
Also, they have completely given up on the .357Sig and .40Auto platform completely? I guess, you can still get X-Change kits in these calibers in Carry/Compact and Full. Just a bummer that the SC platform is done!
Rant over! LOL.
PS. I wish someone made a Compact/Carry grip module that worked with the Sub Compact size slide. This, would be awesome! See my hack build!
How does this work with the SC slide? The SC slide is shorter than the compact, correct?I have a compact X grip that works with my subcompact slide. This grip, SIG P320 XCompact 9mm Pistol | SIG SAUER P320 XCompact
And every single purchaser should keep this in mind before purchasing. No commitment to the cal that bears their name. Next bump in the road they will ditch you just the same as they during during the pandemic.Sig is a large company and like most similar companies they have to appeal to investors, provide ROI, manage cash, etc. and it’s about financial results today, not what’s best for the niche .357 sig community!
|Compact & X-Compact Spectre||3.9"||15|
|Carry & X-Carry Spectre||3.9"||17|
That's correct but WIlson Combat makes their Carry II grip module for the SC slide and 17 round mag.