Description

USED-P320C-9-3M
NOTE: These are used, police trade-ins and will show signs of wear.

The Sig P320 Compact 9mm Pistol with Night Sights is a modular, striker-fired handgun designed for accuracy and versatility. Featuring a smooth, crisp trigger and intuitive 3-point takedown, it offers unmatched modularity to suit various shooters and scenarios. The pistol includes night sights for enhanced visibility in low-light conditions and comes with three magazines for ample ammunition capacity.

Features:

Modular, striker-fired design
Smooth and crisp trigger
Intuitive 3-point takedown
Compact grip and slide
Caliber: 9mm
Barrel Length: 3.9"
Night sights
Three included magazines
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SPECIFICATIONS

Barrel Length3.9BrandSig SauerCaliber Gauge9mm LugerColorBlackBest ForConceal CarryFrame MaterialPolymerFrame SizeCompactMagazine Capacity15Trigger ActionStriker Fired

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Very happy with the purchase. Came in near new condition with 3 mags inside factory hard case and a manual. Former property of some TX college. Communication with the company was prompt, courteous and overall superb experience.

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Sig Sauers are actually not any more expensive than the other guns being offered. After shooting Smith and Wesson, Glocks, Rugers, etc, shooting the Sig Sauer pistols was really a different, softer recoil feel that was much more accurate. The H&Ks are superior to most of the guns being offer. I purchased a H&K VP9B, with night sights, and 3 mags OD GREEN with additional 4 mags free for $499. That VP9 is perhaps one of the finest guns in the World for that kind of money. The CZs are legend guns that are top of the line guns, especially the Shadow 2 series. I will take a Rolls Royce all day long over a Honda.

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All Sigs are overrated and overpriced. I'll take 3 for 1 any combination of 10 other brands ANY day. You buy your McClaren or Lamborghini, I'll take my Corvette, Harley, North River AND Ram 3500 Dually with an Arctic Fox 11.5' slide-out instead.

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I don't have any real experience with Sig because I've never been a fan of their high bore axis though I'd like to have a metal frame model to my collection.
Regarding HK, they can go F**k themselves. That's the REAL company eye gouging their civilian customers that they Openly and Admittedly dislike. Still pushing their Stolen (CETME) Roller design at 4-5x markup to what their worth.

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Generally I agree. Mostly SIG owners have not really shot a lot a different firearms and then chosen SIG. They want euro gun status but think if you own a HK you will start goosestepping down the street. :)SIG owners dont train after all they own a SIG why train. :) But I know several SIG fans that have had a lot of exposure. train hard and like the SIG rattler and SPEAR. They have a lot better skills then me.The 365 has gained wide acceptance. Ill just say for as much as it costs it has had its share of problems. SIG outsources a lot of its parts manufacture. Military's like the way it calls out its parts. Are SIGS over rated and overpriced? IMO yes but not obscenely overrated and overpriced. Really with all the options out there Glock is over rated and overpriced too nowadays compared to the Turkish delights or the CZ striker pistols.

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Funny how a simple and inexpensive gun ad has created such a wild response. The first comment from 'Paw' was so silly and disjointed it could be ignored. Now we have 'Old' agreeing, and adding the ability of omniscience...."Generally I agree. Mostly SIG owners have not really shot a lot a different firearms and then chosen SIG," and rambling on about skills, parts, and Turkish delights. Oh my. That's quite a leap. This ad is for a $379.99 used SIG. Nearly incomprehensible 'Paw' said he/she would take 3 for 1 of anything else. Which translates to (3) $127 handguns to one of these. He/she then goes on to compare this SIG to a "McClaren or Lamborghini" versus (5) luxury American products, apparently insinuating that if someone buys this SIG they are guilty of frivolously buying a single $500,000 sports car rather than 5 vehicles. 'Old' then jumps from that weirdness to state unequivocally that SIG owners are predominantly untrained. Wow. This ad is for a sub $400 used handgun. Just a tool. Dependent on the user. Like it, don't like it, buy it, or buy something else. Ain't rocket science, but I'm beginning to think some people should choose a rock.

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You prove my point. I said I know two guys who train hard and prefer SIGS. Because IMO SIGS are more of a brand marketing and status phenomena than actual performance for price paid you couldnt see that. You are right they are a tool. The question is are they a better tool for the price paid. I expressed my opinion. I own two and am happy with them but they were bought on closeout. They are good value for the price I paid about half. Nor is your post devoid of merit as stereotypes have flaws. If you havnt met a SIG owner who expects to impress you with his ownership not his skill then kudos to you. Ive met many.
If someone puts merit in their brand loyalty rather than their discipline I am not impressed. I can think of no other firearms brand that I have encountered that much other than SIG. Thats been my experience. Who cares what someone shoots? So why are these individuals telling me they are SIG owners? That supposed to impress me? You want to impress me make 7 out of ten matches. Thats impressive. I dont care if your shooting a hi point.
So I have stereotyped SIG owners. Like all stereotypes the model is usually true but fails for individual examples. Surely you can understand if the perception is great value is in the brand and in the ownership this allows less value being given to training? I know SIG owners that are all about their ownership but dont train. Dont You? You are 100% right that it is a tool. Its the SIG owners that think that its brand deserves something more than just is price vs performance evaluation.
Choices manufacturers make have pluses and minuses. Military likes how SIG specs their parts so they can be outsourced. Whats a plus is someones list may be a minus on someone elses.SIGS have seen their share of problems. They generally address them. No product or company is perfect but overall evaluating SIG from a manufacturing perspective they are nothing special. Two things are generally considerations. Testing before release and QC in parts. Is SIG terrible? No they are actually quite decent just not for the price they command IMO.
If I was to make these statements about any other firearms manufacturer it would be regarded for what it is -opinion. But I make them about SIG people show up butt hurt. Which is exactly the point. There is a portion of SIG firearms ownership that is a function of brand belief loyalty that has unusual characteristics. They intertwine their self perception with the ownership. To criticize SIG is to criticize them. No coolaid for me thanks. Ive shot em. Nice. Nothing special.
Now all this is not limited to SIG its just particularly demonstrated by SIG owners. Ive got two good friends that own late model kimber 45s. Havnt made a match in years. Protected by Kimber and gods caliber you see..But they dont strut.
Is a SIG SPEAR better than a PSA budget gun? Yes. Is a RATTLER better than a franken ar-9? Yes. But the difference between the two is dwarfed by training. 400% price difference. Spare parts - PSA and franken wins. If the price for a SIG is worth it to somone more power to them. It doesnt mean they have achieved a special status because of the purchase.
I like some of the things I own. I am very lucky and blessed. I am proud of some I worked hard for them. None of them make me strut.

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I see you are still slinging insults so I will be blunt. Your poor reading and comprehension skills confuse me because, unfortunately, you then try to put them into written form. You continue to state wild opinion as fact and haven't lent any credibility with yet another long-winded comment. If you could support some of this with a factual analysis of the gun rather than an obvious foundation of opinion based on emotion perhaps we could have a dialog. I thought the deal was for a gun, yet you think this is an opportunity to insult SIG buyers, as further evidenced by your continued comments on this ad. Weird stuff. Finally, please do the rest of society a favor and analyze your statement: "Like all stereotypes the model is usually true but fails for individual examples." Holy hell man. Please look up the definition of "stereotype" and reconsider your thinking.

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Hey Rumors, nobody has insulted YOU, you are the one calling names and getting defensive. Maybe that's why your handle isn't "Truths"? This is for a USED $379 gun that I wouldn't pay a wooden nickel for = it's $378.99 overpriced. POLICE trade-in? None of my cop friends would carry this and yes, MOST Sigs aren't worth the money. It's like buying any other hyper-marketed item on earth that really only amounts to being a status symbol, North-Face, Nike, Columbia, the only value lies in the egos of the insecure people craving attention who buy into the hype. That's an OPINION FYI, not an INSULT. I like Sig ammo and have some in several calibers, I also have a Buckmaster scope & rangefinder combo that work well & were a good value, but there are seriously MANY other pistol options of equal or better quality available for less (often substantially) than the prices Sig GENERALLY asks for. None of these comments have been long-winded and YOU haven't demonstrated any superior intellect or "reading and comprehension skills" yourself. Again, the only insults I've observed on this thread have been from you. This shit isn't personal so don't make it into something it's not. By the way, this was the longest comment and it's a quick read, not long-winded (at least for those with adequate reading and comprehension skills). Have a good weekend!

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Fully tensioned firing pin not half tensioned like every reasonable striker design that uses the trigger pull to full tension.
Brought to you by the geniuses at SIG
Google "tunneling leg wound police departments SIG 320"
Gee wonder why a police department would dump these high quality firearms in barely used condition?

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If you want to have a conversation you will have to start with an unbiased position of fact finding.

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Grow up! Why do you feel the need to be rude and insulting? OH YEAH! I learned this in Psych.101 (1982 FYI), insecure people think that they can camouflage their shortcomings (whether real or perceived) by making (or trying to make) others feel and/or appear inferior. It's extremely childish and really only accomplishes the result you're receiving now, public demonstration of your lack of development and social skills. Try being kind and engaging in intrapersonal communication skills development (not INTERpersonal, look up the difference if need be). Consider that Oldashills probably IS and that his mind may not be as sharp as it once was, step outside yourself and be a real human being. To be fair, I should have included an "IMO" with my first comment, I will do so moving forward. What OTHER firearm manufactures do YOU like/own/shoot? Are you a Sig Rep? Employee?

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Uh, hahha. Wait...what? $500,000 in vehicles, inexperienced SIG owners, and Turkish pistols. With the "logik and prognostikashun" you two possess you could rule the world.

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Purchased this and it arrived today. The listing stated these guns were used and would show signs of wear.. The one they sent me looks nearly brand new. Magazines show no signs of wear either. I'm very pleased with this purchase!

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Manufacture date? In factory box? Thanks for the review.

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I wouldn’t take this for free , dangerous handgun . Sig fix your shit .

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The 320 passed ANSI, SAAMI, NIJ, and DOJ when it was released in 2014, as well as the CA roster tests and EU military protocols. All 320's made after August 2017 have the updated FCU. While I can't obviously check the serial number of these units I can guess from the photograph that this has the update, as indicated by the narrower trigger shape. SIG "fixed" the 320, and I would say the mechanical engineering changes resulted in an even better handgun, but it can't fix our rabidly litigious society, incompetence, ignorance or emotional instability. For shoppers considering a used 320, SIG has a Serial number check and free voluntary upgrade program in place.

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Must be a sig rep.

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PSA: Before you buy this, Youtube search or Google "Sig Sauer P320 Fails Drop Test." You'll save a life...yours!

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Don't drop your gun

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You should be able to drop your gun or throw it down the street and it's still not discharged unless that triggers pulled.

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That's like saying don't drop your phone, accidents happen, but the consequence of that just hurts your wallet to get it repaired. There are many drop test videos confirming the P320 discharges when it's drop at a certain angle. This problem has been confirmed. Your solution is don't drop your gun? Tell that to a P320 owner who's friend or family member that gets injured or killed. You do you...but I'll pass on the P320.

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Agreed, you should be able to throw the gun down the street and still not fire.
I'm glad you guys are posting this issue. Usually I wouldn't even read reviews on this company. Because I have a couple that work flawlessly. And add more faith in the company to let this even happen, let alone. Get out of the company, pass quality control. And then after that no, it's still going on and not intervene like I said. In another comment, they need to grab all the defective ones replaced them. Grab them and refund the people but that are selling them. The company's that bought them them bulk. Because
Set an alarm takes a couple people to end up with.
Multiple mothy million dollar civil suits.
I'm very disappointed. That
They did not do more testing before it was released then after it was released.
They have no excuses saying it was only a certain couple of them. They could have corrected, then still have not. And now they're still being sold. Thank God for you guys. I was gonna jump all over this. And now I wouldn't touch it With a ten foot Stick, and they've lost a lot of brownie points or credibility with me now.
This reminds me of the remains in 700 back in the day. Discharge in one people would put them down too hard. They would fire but then again. You shouldn't keep around savored it or rifle when you're putting it up. But ultimately it should not do that. Either way, that's any gun. You should be able to leave it loaded ready for rock and roll and not worry about dropping it or slamming it down and it discharging that took me a long time.
To trust and not be nervous that my strike are flyer, carry would not go off. In the holster, if I hit a median strap or someone rear-ended me and so on.
So again, thank you.
You probably say I'm myself for someone I love dearly or someone I don't even know his life tonight.

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You are right. Judging by this and your previous posts you should definitely not have a gun. Stick with the Amazon deals.

***P.S.*** put down the Red Bull

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Don't drop your phone

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I hope people come to an opinion based on evidence rather than emotion, but I'll pay 50 cents on the dollar for every one you don't want. Personally, I've trained mine to make me a sandwich and take out the trash. It does look at me menacingly, however, and I'm worried what it's thinking while I'm fondling the Glocks............

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(used police trade) probably the one that cop shot himself in the leg with

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