Factory- and 80%-compatible Sig Sauer P320 grip modules.
The Sig P320 is one of the company's most unique and capable handgun platforms. That's thanks in large part to its high degree of modularity, which allows you, the shooter, to quickly and easily swap out one configuration for another. This includes the exterior frame of your P320 chassis, which is itself not considered a firearm under federal law. Instead called "grip modules", these high-quality polymer exoskeletons provide you with custom color options, Picatinny accessory rails, and an ergonomic, high-grip fit to make your P320 the perfect shooter.
P320 Grip Module Specs
These grip modules provide plenty of upgrades over Sig's factory exoskeletons. Developed by Polymer80, these modules afford the shooter with a higher degree of comfort and capability:
- Improved 1911 grip angle for better comfort
- P80’s custom wrap-around PTEX™ grip texture
- High-undercut beavertail for enhanced recoil control
- Double-undercut trigger guard with offhand contours
- Modified ambidextrous magazine release
- Under-slide Picatinny accessory rail
The PF320PTEX™ is compatible with:
- P320™ Full & Carry Slides
- P320 X5™ Full & Carry Slides
- P320 VTac™ Slides
Not currently compatible with P320 .45 ACP builds.
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