Back in February, a leaked screen shot of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) intranet announcement told us that the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), had picked the Sig Sauer P320 as their new duty sidearm. Following the Army’s lead, ICE chose a modular handgun system to give their agents.
Now, rumors among ICE officers indicate that the agency will attempt to buy the Sig Sauer P320 with the X-Carry variant frame. This would be a great value for the government and Sig will have a top performing model out in the field. Kudos to the guys at ICE’s Office of Training and Tactical Programs (OTTP) and I hope they follow a solid test selecting the Sig P320 with good management of the contract.
The Sig Sauer P320 X-Carry 9mm is the concealed carry variant in Sig’s P320 X-Series. The P320 X-Carry has a modular X-series grip frame that features an extended beavertail and a high undercut trigger guard to promote a higher grip and improved recoil control. Like the other models in the X-Series, Sig has added a competition-grade flat trigger, along with improved competition grips.
There’s an X-ray3 front sight, and rear night sights that are attached to a removable plate for mounting an RMR optic like the Romeo1. Optimal weight & feel in the slide is achieved with the enhanced slide serrations and lightening cuts. The Sig Sauer P320 X-Carry comes with three 17-round 9mm magazines.
- Manufacturer: Sig Sauer
- Model: P320 X-Carry
- SKU #: 320XCA-9-BXR3
- Caliber: 9mm
- Grip Module: Carry X-Series Medium
- Slide: Stainless Steel with Nitron Finish
- Capacity: 17+1
- Sights: X-ray3 Front/ Night Sight Rear Plate
- Trigger: Striker Fired X-Series Straight Trigger
- Overall Length: 7.4 in
- Overall Height 5.5 in
- Overall Width: 1.3 in
- Barrel Length 3.9 in
- Sight Radius 5.8 in
- Weight with Magazine: 27 oz
- Trigger Pull: 6 lbs