New SIG P320 X-Five for 2017 | TFBTV | SHOT 2017

Sig has decided to upgrade the P320 full size with an X-Five treatment. The new X-Five will feature a custom frame with aggressive texture, a competition magwell, 4 magazines, upgraded sights, a flat trigger, a bull barrel, and more. Keep an eye out for them to show up at your dealer soon.

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  • Jim B

    Wow, $1000….. no thank you.

    • Anonymoose

      The cheapest X5 pistol they’ve ever made!

    • Sgt. Stedenko

      I guess you’ve never priced a P226 X5.
      Stick to Taurus and Kel Tec

      • Paul White

        There’s a huge gap between 1k and a kel tec. It’s a nice gun but I tend to shy away from pistols 1k plus (I think the most I’ve paid is in the 600 range).

        • That may be expensive if all you are buying is production duty style pistols, but it is in line with other truly competition ready pistols, they all run about $1k.

      • Jim B

        You’re right, I haven’t. I do have two Sigs in my collection, a P220 & P228 that I bought back in 1993/4. Great guns and worth the money, but I just can’t justify a grand on a plastic pistol and I don’t care who makes it.

        • Then you aren’t the market for these pistols. The P320X5 has a very specific primary market, plus an expanded secondary market.

    • Bill

      I’ll take the one they made for you.

    • CS

      The price is on par with what the Strike One cost a few years ago when it was released. So I’d Expect the 320 X5 street price to fall to 700-800.

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  • Bill

    Not being into competition, I never paid much attention to the XGuns.

    Until now. I’d ride the trail with that.

  • cwp

    Aside from the trigger, is there anything new in this gun that isn’t easily exchanged with parts from a different P320? It would be neat to be able to convert a competition gun into a compact carry model and back. Especially if SIG plans to offer the components for sale individually, or as a set, so you can “upgrade” a base P320 to the X-5 …

    • Unlike the P320 Target from last year, this is fully compatible with the P320 system. So yes if they release a conversion kit you can install it on any P320. Alternatively you can buy the P320X5 and buy a subcompact conversion kit.

      For existing owners Gray Guns Inc trigger kits are available, including with a flat trigger.

  • ExMachina1

    I’m going to jump on a p320, just not sure which one yet.

    • myndbender

      I’m in the same boat, but am leaning towards the p320 Tacops with the threaded barrel, SigLite Night Sights, and 4 21rd mags. I’ve found it for $699 online, which is a great price for all that’s offered! All I’d add is maybe a regular barrel & a flush fit 17rd mag for CCW & I’d be GTG.

      • Bill

        Leap upon it.

    • WANDERLUST srt

      Agree, Im pretty interested to see if they will release one identical to the military contract one (im hopeful). I want to see other then the external safety what changes they put on that one. I think price will really come down on the general ones (maybe not this one) with that contract.

  • myndbender

    I’m in the same boat, but am leaning towards the p320 Tacops with the threaded barrel, SigLite Night Sights, and 4 21rd mags. I’ve found it for $699, which is a great price for all that’s offered! All I’d add is maybe a regular barrel & a flush fit 17rd mag for CCW & I’d be GTG.

  • Ranger Rick

    Handled it at SHOT, seemed interesting, price still a little steep.

  • SomeRandomGuy

    Notice how much higher the beavertail is on this frame than the standard P320? Why didn’t SIG use this higher beavertail on all the other models of the P320? Getting the gun to sit as low as possible in the hand is a must. I’m not saying use the same frame, just the back end of the grip where it leads into the beavertail, this is a much better design than the standard.

    • Lee M Attinger

      The beavertail is identical to the standard p320.

  • surlypat

    What Division will this be eligible for?
    I’m assumimg not Prod or PDO. Limited?
    How does it sit with IDPA?
    I only know Aussie IPSC
    Cheers

    • VanDiemensLand

      Do you even acronym?