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    80% P320 Compatible Insert

    The P320 by Sig Sauer® was a great addition to our industry. It introduced the idea that you could have one pistol, but that you could modify it to be adaptable to any carry situation. They did it by defining the insert or the "guts" of the P320 as...

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    Jig for 80% P320 Compatible Insert

    The P320 by Sig Sauer® was a great addition to our industry. It introduced the idea that you could have one pistol, but that you could modify it to be adaptable to any carry situation. They did it by defining the insert or the "guts" of the P320 as...

    $149.99
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Quickly and easily complete your 80% Sig with a P320 Jig.

Fabricating a Sig P320 fire control chassis? If you know what those words mean, then you already know why you're here: You need the gunsmithing tools required for cutting and drilling that P320 firearm so you can assemble a custom handgun that you built by hand. To make that easy as possible, you need the MUP-1 Jig, an 80% kit made specifically for the P320 platform.

How the P320 Jig Works

The P320 Jig is an incredibly simple but genius device. It seats the stamped steel receiver blank made for the P320. This 80% unit is then seamlessly cut and drilled, making it functional and ready for a P320 slide, grip module and parts kit, by simply following the provided instructions and using the appropriate drill bits and hand tools.

Want to know more? Here's the P320 Build Guide.

One Jig and Chassis, All P320 configurations

Completing a single 80% P320 chassis means you'll own the core firearm component required to own all P320 configurations. That's because the MUP-1 chassis is universally modular, just like Sig Sauer's factory chassis. Both units functions exactly the same once machined and assembled.

 


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