So you bought a Sig P320; now what? Now, you get to customize it as per your heart's desire. Explore our collection of Sig P320 accessories and parts to get started.
Sig P320: For Shooters Who Love Customization
One of the key benefits of owning this bodacious, semi-automatic beast is that it can be customized in every way imaginable to fit your hand perfectly.
Wing Tactical offers you all the Sig P320 parts you need for customization — from custom triggers to compensators, barrels, and sights. Anything you could need to customize, you’ll find here.
Why do you need custom parts? Adding custom parts to your Sig P320 makes it tailor-made for your shooting and adds a personal flair. Aftermarket parts can provide an extra edge to the shooter in terms of accuracy, weight reduction, recoil reduction, aesthetics, and increased handling of the weapon. Some benefits of incorporating custom Sig P320 accessories and parts are listed below.
Better Handling and Shooting Experience
Lighter triggers, fluted barrels, cut slides, modular mag releases, and compensators affect how your gun handles and shoots. Substituting just one stock part for the aftermarket can considerably improve your shooting experience. If you decide to replace all the critical parts with the aftermarket ones, that will take your Sig P320 experience to another level.
Accuracy Is the Name of the Game
If you want consistency and accuracy, Sig P320 aftermarket compensators, custom triggers, and fluted match barrels can help.
The weight reductions offered by fluted barrels and a high-grade aluminum compensator make for a gun with considerably reduced recoil. Adding a custom, light trigger with an optimal breaking angle can make for clean, reliable, and on-target shots.
You can also choose from our cut slides to further decrease weight, which will reduce target acquisition time and increase the aesthetic appeal of your Sig P320.
Night sights are a thing of beauty for those who partake in nighttime shooting practices, and our collection features the best of the best.
Style, Aesthetics, and Class
Functional parameters aside, the three words above describe what every gun enthusiast wants when buying a gun. Though the stock Sig P320 looks nice, a custom-built Sig that suits your modus operandi is rare.
And to aid you, our collection has attachments and parts in various colors and finishes that can match every situation you can think of.
Source Durable, Long-Lasting Parts from Wing Tactical
Simply put, we wouldn’t sell anything we wouldn’t use in our own builds: Wing Tactical makes sure to only carry parts manufactured using state-of-the-art materials and technology. Whether it be military-grade aluminum, high-grade stainless steel, or corrosion-resistant coatings, these parts have it all and will withstand the test of time.
Plus, don’t forget about our same-day shipping for orders placed before 1 pm EST, our discounts for military personnel and law enforcement officers, and our exceptional customer service. Wing Tactical is more than a parts supplier: We’re a gunsmithing partner you can count on.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Sig P320 better than Glock?
The answer comes down to personal preference. While both pistols offer exceptionally reliable performance, each features design nuances that can impact the shooting experience (like stock trigger pull weight). And, both are highly customizable.
Is the Sig P320 discontinued?
Some Sig P320 models — like the P320 X-Carry — have been discontinued, but the base model and numerous sub-models are still in production.
What’s the difference between “parts” and “accessories?”
Is the P320 a good concealed-carry gun?
Numerous sub-models of the P320 are excellent concealed carry options (like the P320 Nitron Compact). Ultimately, you should consider numerous factors before choosing a concealed weapon: state laws, holstering requirements, hand size, and reliability. If the P320 (or one of its sub-models) meets your specific criteria, it might be a good choice for concealment.
Which P320 does the military use?
Some branches of the US Military use the Sig Sauer M17 and M18, both of which are derived from the civilian P320 model.