A leaked screen shot of an ICE intranet announcement indicates that the Department of Homeland Security’s  Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), has picked the Sig Sauer P320 as their new duty sidearm. Following the Army’s lead, ICE has chosen a modular handgun system to give their agents.

The Trump administration has announced a major expansion of ICE, so this could not come at a better time for ICE.

We won’t know for sure until we get a formal announcement.

Over the last few years  Sig Sauer has shaken up the market for law enforcement handguns.  Carried by Air Marshals, Secret Service, and Homeland Security they have a large footprint in federal service.  The newly announced Army contract has also given Sig and the 320 a boost.

Sources inside ICE confirmed the authenticity of the screen shot and say:

“The ICE live fire testing involved 10 guns, each firing 10,000 rounds in 250 round strings for a total of 100,000 rounds. 5 guns were tested with WML mounted and 5 without.

Early 320’s had some issues – which were addressed. Barrel hood wear was an issue on very early (first six months of production) Full Size models. It was addressed, as were the guns with high POI.