Wilson Combat Custom Frame for Sig Sauer P320

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I offer a range report on a polymer, cut down, aggressively textured grip frame Wilson Combat sells to fit Sig P320’s. It cost about $75.00, shipped with a new mag release that the end user is expected to install. I managed to do it following the instructions. Field tested it Wednesday this week, after a couple days of dry fire practice, full presentation draw strokes and passes over to other hand for practice snaps. The cutouts under the trigger guard, at the top of the back strap and thumb rest depression do give medium/small hand span shooters a better grip. A 250 round live fire test went with no issues, no failures of any kind. Changing to the WC frame was easy, the Sig chassis was a snug fit. Took the opportunity to blast the chassis clean with gun scrubber while it was out. Needle tip oiled the few pivot points according to the manual. Nothing in the striker channel. Not like I saw a YouTube gun guy do before a pistol mud, dirt sand torture test. He sprayed lube all over the bottom side of the Sig slide. And it failed miserably during his test, so proving the P 320 is unreliable and quite useless,,, right. Also I confirmed my new choice for edc carry load function reliably and shot POA- POI. Sig Sauer P320 Compact.
 

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I had 2 of these for my p320 compact. They were both carry size and took the 17 round mags. One had a pic rail that extended to the end of the muzzle, the other one didn’t. I also had the x-compact module for it too which felt pretty good, it took the 15 round mags. I havent had a chance to try out the SIG AXG or the Icarus Precision grip modules yet. Last I heard, the AXG module was selling for $350-$400 and the Icarus for $200-$250. I thought they were both a little steep just for some shaped aluminum.
 

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I had 2 of these for my p320 compact. They were both carry size and took the 17 round mags. One had a pic rail that extended to the end of the muzzle, the other one didn’t. I also had the x-compact module for it too which felt pretty good, it took the 15 round mags. I havent had a chance to try out the SIG AXG or the Icarus Precision grip modules yet. Last I heard, the AXG module was selling for $350-$400 and the Icarus for $200-$250. I thought they were both a little steep just for some shaped aluminum.
AXG and Icarus Grip modules? I wasn’t aware of these offerings. Their price points are kind of high, seems like. That Icarus name reminds me of the Greek myth, the boy with the waxed stuck on feathered wings that flew too high, sun melted the wings off and he fell to his death. Flew too high trying to emulate his father (he thought) the sun god, Apollo. Hopefully not a portent of the fate of that company. Aluminum gripped P320, huh?
 

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AXG and Icarus Grip modules? I wasn’t aware of these offerings. Their price points are kind of high, seems like. That Icarus name reminds me of the Greek myth, the boy with the waxed stuck on feathered wings that flew too high, sun melted the wings off and he fell to his death. Flew too high trying to emulate his father (he thought) the sun god, Apollo. Hopefully not a portent of the fate of that company. Aluminum gripped P320, huh?
Yep. Turns your polymer frame p320 into an all metal gun. The AXG has removable g10 grips that can be swapped out similar to a 1911. There are some pretty cool accessories available for the p320 out there. The number of aftermarket options is up there with Glock. Armory Craft sells these tungsten grip weights for the Wilson Combat module that really help the balance of the gun when firing. They also sell a sport takedown lever that comes out at an angle so you can rest your support hand thumb on it to help with any muzzle rise while firing it too.
 
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Wilson combat has been my favorite SIG module thus far.
I had an AGX, Legion, VTac, and X5 with weights.
Havent tried the Icarus.. yet.
And the "Gas Pedal" is a pretty cool accessory.
 

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Wilson combat has been my favorite SIG module thus far.
I had an AGX, Legion, VTac, and X5 with weights.
Havent tried the Icarus.. yet.
And the "Gas Pedal" is a pretty cool accessory.
I had that GoGuns USA Gas Pedal takedown lever for mine too. Pretty cool little add-on. Made it even more controllable (as if it wasn’t already). Sure was pricey though at $70, didn’t do much for its looks either. They make one for an AR-15 too but haven’t tried it yet. That same company makes these pretty good 14 port AR compensators called the Supercomp. I bought one of the Supercomp XL models for my AR-10. Awesome muzzle device, and I found it on sale at a little over $50
 

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I had that GoGuns USA Gas Pedal takedown lever for mine too. Pretty cool little add-on. Made it even more controllable (as if it wasn’t already). Sure was pricey though at $70, didn’t do much for its looks either. They make one for an AR-15 too but haven’t tried it yet. That same company makes these pretty good 14 port AR compensators called the Supercomp. I bought one of the Supercomp XL models for my AR-10. Awesome muzzle device, and I found it on sale at a little over $50
Gonna have to check out the Ar one.
 

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I like the WC module on my P320. Really wanna try the P365 one now.

Might have used one of them there Gas Pedals too. Totally riced out gun but I wanted to do something different than my normal stuff.

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