• Drop-in lightweight design
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • Two magazine release button size to choose from


  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: QPQ Black
  • Weight: 0.7 oz.


  • Sig Sauer P320 (Not compatible with X Series Frames)


  • 1x Magazine Release Body
  • 1x Extended Magazine Button
  • 1x Mounting Screw

**Thread locker for the screw is highly recommended


According to our military, the Sig Sauer P320 is the pick of the litter. Of course, they had to go and relabel it the M17, you know how they like to do that. Anyway, how do you like yours? Factory fresh it's pretty fine, however, like most things you want to make it better. The only thing short about the P320 is that it could use a Sig Sauer P320 mag release.

How Can You Improve on Perfection?

Don't get me wrong, if the Spec Warriors of our country trust the P320 I know you can too. It's just that the factory mag release is pretty flush with the frame. You know that at some point, somebody is going to need a P320 extended magazine release for some reason, maybe even you. Everyone hands aren't the same size, some of us have a touch of arthritis, and sometimes I like to wear gloves. All of these are valid reasons to install a Sig Sauer P320 mag release.

Don't Wrap That Grip, Put in A P320 Extended Magazine Release

Have you ever tried to take a wrap back off when you didn't want it anymore? It is a pain! However, a P320 Magazine Release drops in in a flash. It comes with a one-of-a-kind hot-swap feature to convert it into an extended model. That's right, the P320 Magazine Release comes with a second, extra wide button that uses a simple Phillips head screw to attach it to the basic button. With the Sig Sauer P320 mag release, you can keep things tight when you need to, for say holster clearance. Then, extend that bad boy when you want to.

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