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Strike Industries P320 Grip. What do you want to see?

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Just saw this article this morning. http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/08/01/strike-industries-make-sig-p320-frames/

 

Interested to hear what you all would like to see in a third party Grip Module. Personally I would like:

 

1911 or X5 style grip angle

grips focused towards USPSA with ability to easily attach magwells

Trigger undercut

 

Edited by Sig0431

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X5 Style without provisions for an external metal magwell.... just a big ol already hogged out speed funnel version in the grip already, legal for Production/CO.

Edited by sfinney

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Whether Strike Industries is the one to make it or someone else, here's my dream grip module for the P320;

 

- Milled from aluminum for a full metal-frame gun

- Integrated optic bridge for mounting a Romeo3 sight, low enough on the slide that it requires removal of the stock iron sights (like any 2011 open gun, or the ALG Defense Six Second mount for Glocks, or the new B&T USW)

- Integrated flared magwell

- Available in full size and carry (full size magazines but cut down dust cover)

- One version with provision to mount a folding/collapsible stabilizing brace/stock and one without

 

I'll be purchasing a P320 FCU soon with the specific hope that something like that is coming out in the near future. I know, I'm weird like that...

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I wouldn't want one, but I won't be surprised if someone ends up making one with a Glock grip angle.

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id like to see an all steel one with the same dimensions to be able to share holsters still

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On 8/2/2017 at 4:06 PM, sfinney said:

X5 Style without provisions for an external metal magwell.... just a big ol already hogged out speed funnel version in the grip already, legal for Production/CO.

This, with an epoxy grit texture.

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