Flat Face Trigger for SIG P320

Apex trigger

Apex Tactical Specialties is now selling a flat faced trigger for the SIG SAUER P320 line of pistols. Apex is popular with many people for the line of trigger enhancements they sell for modern striker fired handguns. This is the first product the company has introduced for the P320 handguns.

According to Apex, the replacement design “increases trigger reach to the natural resting position of the shooter’s finger and allows the shooter to position their finger lower on the trigger face to take advantage of the increased leverage.”

 

The trigger does not alter the pull weight. No tools are needed to install the Apex trigger in a stock factory gun. The trigger will not work with the P250. The MSRP is $44.95.



Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • Joe Ker

    an Apex trigger can really make a huge difference. It transformed my M&P. Has my highest recommendation.

    As for the P320, the grip angle doesn’t work for ME

    • BBC

      The 1911 grip angle doesn’t work for you?

      • Sgt. Stedenko

        Thread winner.

        • FourString

          Waaaiiiit, isn’t a P320 grip angle similar/identical to an M&P grip angle??!!?! @_@

  • USMC03Vet

    Does the 320 mag release depress easily with a full mag? My biggest complaint with the Sig pro which looks to have the same mag release was that if you farted in its direction it would drop the magazine.

    • Brad

      Been shooting and carrying my sub-compact for about 5 months now. Around 1500 rounds, and I have not had an issue of dropping a mag unintentionally. Not even a ftf or fte, yet… Its been my backup gun for about a month now with my glock 17 as my duty weapon

    • Never had a problem with the mag release being hard to release, Works as it should.

  • hydepark

    This looks like the trigger that comes on the CZ race guns. Sweet. Except for the Sig part.

    • You really need some trigger time with the P320. It’s a heck of a pistol.

      • FourString

        The modular design would be so helpful in Cali.

        • SigFanboy

          I’m in CA. I managed to SSE a flat dark earth p320 before it was too late. I also managed to get one of the first triggers from Apex. It is glorious. I have smaller hands and the flat trigger feels perfect.

          I asked Sig if they were going to add it to the CA roster. They said that they were planning on it after getting caught up with the crazy demand for p320’s.

          • FourString

            Very nice. Awesome news. Thanks SigFanboy, I needed that. Friggin’ stoked.

  • Nashvone

    Unless they stole the trigger springs out of the suspension of a dump truck, I don’t see the increased leverage as much of an advantage.

    • Dracon1201

      It decreases your perception of the weight of the trigger pull. My Geissele Super Dynamic has proves the concept to me well.

  • Joe

    Stubby fingers make handgun fit problematic for me. The Apex trigger seems nice but better leverage won’t help if I can’t reach the trigger face.

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