Wilson Combat and SIG Sauer have teamed up to release a new enhanced P320 pistol called WCP320. Based on SIG’s P320 pistol, this handgun packs new features and design improvements normally seen in other firearms upgraded by Wilson Combat. The WCP320 pistols even have special serial numbers starting with “WC” prefix.
The WCP320 pistol utilizes the recently released Wilson Combat P320 grip module that is available in black or tan color options. The raw SIG slides are finished by WC gunsmiths to the company’s standards. The top of the slide as well as the front and rear serrations are machined with the Wilson Combat X-TAC pattern which looks beautiful in combination with the Starburst pattern of the grip. Wilson Combat slides also feature larger and deeper angled surfaces on the front portion compared to standard SIG slides. The new slides are fitted with Wilson Combat Battlesight with red fiber optic front sights. The WCP320 slides are made of stainless steel and have a DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) finish. The 4.7″ chrome-moly barrels also have a DLC finish.
The base price of the WCP320 pistols is $1,195. They come standard with SIG Sauer flat-faced XFULL triggers, however, for an additional $155 you can order them with Grayguns SIG Sauer P320 Competition Trigger System with flat or curved trigger pads. These pistols are available in 9x19mm caliber only and come with two 17-round magazines.
Below you can find a video showing some of the manufacturing processes and footage of this new SIG/WC pistol in action.
And lastly, here is a set of photos showing closeup views of different parts of WCP320 pistols.
Tell us in the comments section what do you think about this new pistol. Is it an ultimate P320 worth the extra money or do you think the standard P320 is just as good?
Images from www.wilsoncombat.com