A semi-automatic pistol of immense popularity, the Sig Sauer P320 Compact is renowned for its dependability and usability. Its diminutive and adaptable design makes it an excellent option for concealed carry or use as a personal defense weapon.
When it comes to firearms, precision and reliability are non-negotiable. For those who value accuracy and performance in their handguns, the Sig Sauer P320 Compact 9mm Slide is a game-changer. Crafted from 416R stainless steel, this slide embodies the commitment to excellence that Sig Sauer is renowned for.
Similar in appearance to the double action-only P250 that was rather short of expectations upon launch a few years ago due to a subpar trigger, the striker-fired P320 is a pretty attractive firearm. The P320 under examination is a compact frame chambered in 9mm with a redesigned slide stop designed to deter shooters using a thumbs-forward technique from accidentally depressing the slide stop. Regarding the other controls, the takedown lever was perfectly sized, despite its absurdly enormous appearance; the additional leverage is useful for disassembling the pistol. The magazine button is incredibly well-designed by Sig. Its precise placement and size enable the shooter to quickly lower the magazine without causing any issues in a holster.
Is the P320 compact better than the Glock 19?
It all boils down to personal preference in the end, as both weapons have advantages and disadvantages. While some individuals choose the Sig P320 due to its more adaptable magazine capacity, others favor the Glock 19 due to its smaller and more compact design.