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...impulse buy at Academy but for $519, why not? With my 227 SAS issues, I wanted something a bit less expensive. I will say, the trigger feels great during dry fire. Not sure which is better, my VP9 or this one, out of the box at least. There are a few guns that out of the box are great IMO...the VP9, the PPQ, the PPX and this one. I don't have a PPQ and not sure as to why lol Anyway, hopefully this gun performs better than my 227. Some other guns next to it.







 

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Not familiar with the 320, is that striker fired? Good looking pistol.
 

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Nice.

I'm thinking about picking one up in .45 when they come out...
Yeah, a Sig 320 full sized in 45 ACP...on the list.
 

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Congrats, can't wait for your thoughts after you shoot it. Dry firing it left me unsure, the trigger wasn't as crisp as the VP9 or PPQ but I'm holding out judgment till I get some live fire trigger time. I have a few more CZ's to buy first though.
 

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I fondled one of those, the compacts, and really liked it. I'm interested in your side by side impressions with the VP9.
 

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I handled and dry fired one at a gun show recently.
Had a nice feel to it, much like the P250 I bought and sold.
But not worth giving up on my Glocks..

Hope it works out for you bunk22....:mrgreen:
 

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Went to the range with my 320c, along with my VP9 and put 200 rounds through both. I must say, I am nothing but impressed with the 320. It has been out for a while and originally, the looks did nothing for me, just a reminder of the 250 with a so so DAO trigger. I bought this gun due to the price, an impulse buy and glad I did. Granted, only 200 rounds down range so longevity is unknown for now but the trigger is butter smooth, the ergo's are great for me. I actually prefer it to my VP9, better trigger IMO. It isn't replacing my G19's but will certainly add to the collection. I would like to have a full sized 320 in 45 ACP.

 

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It is just absolutely boring to look at.

Does it share the 250's frame? That sounds doubtful to me being its a striker gun. It looms similar though.
 

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I've gotta try one of these out... Local shops don't have one. No one I know has one...

First world problems, yo.
 

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I've only handled and dry fired one at a LGS.

Very nice ergos and trigger. Sig did a nice job with this one. Hickok 45 gave a favorable review
 

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It is just absolutely boring to look at.

Does it share the 250's frame? That sounds doubtful to me being its a striker gun. It looms similar though.
It absolutely is boring, one of the reason's I never considered buying it...it's down right boring in looks. Sig's have character, look the part, this gun does not. I didn't think it would shoot like this. I think it does share, shares the magazines for sure.
 

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Thanks for the report. Now I have to at the very least handle one, if I can find one.
 

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Same frame and mags. It may look boring, but I can assure you it is anything but. I have the 9 carry and it is extremely accurate and smooth. Trigger breaks in wonderful.
 
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