SIG Sauer has been a big contributor to the Special Operations Community, especially within the SEAL community. They have made a few upgrades to some of their pistols, mainly cosmetics, but nothing really, “new”. Well that was until 2014.
What I really enjoy about the SIG P320, is its trigger. The striker fired trigger has a very clean/crisp break, short uptake on the initial trigger squeeze, and a short reset for faster follow-up shots and sits up there with the best of the best on the market to date. Another great and new feature of the SIG, is its ambidextrous reversible magazine release and slide lock.
“The modular nature of the P320 makes it easy for SIG to provide optional safeties for some users while keeping things simple for others. Users will be able to decide if they want their P320 to have an ambidextrous manual thumb safety, passive trigger safety, magazine disconnect safety and loaded chamber indicator, in any combination or with none of the above.”
You can expect to see this pistol within the $600-700 price range.