Finish your Sig P320 handgun with a modular, easy-to-swap parts kit.
The beauty of the Sig Sauer P320 is its modular design: Using a universal chassis that holds the fire control parts, the P320 can be easily converted between four sizes - Full, Carry, Compact, and Subcompact - and different calibers! The chassis allows for a quick and tool-less swap of the grip module (frame), barrel, slide, magazine, grips, and accessories. Thanks to our partnerships, we're now offering various P320 build kits!
Regardless of size or caliber, all P320 parts kits include:
PLEASE NOTE: No kits on this page include the P320 80% chassis. No kits include a magazine. These must be purchased separately. The P320 80% chassis must be fabricated by the end user.
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