Reviewing the Sig P320
Range Day precedes the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trades (SHOT) show and provides the gun press an opportunity to fondle and shoot many of the new guns the manufacturers introduce at the annual event. This year the two most widely anticipated handguns were the 9mm Remington R51 and Sig Sauer P320. The differences in the way these pistols were presented to the press might have provided a more astute observer than I with a preview of what was to come. The R51 was conspicuously absent from range day while Sig rented a separate facility and filled the long firing line with every one of their products, including several samples of the P320. The R51 pistol, plagued with quality control issues and recalls, has turned into a public relations disaster for Remington while the Sig P320 may be the best service pistol on the market in the striker fired category.
In fact, the P320 is so good it’s boring, and I mean that in the kindest way...
Read the rest of Ed Head's Sig Sauer P320 review at http://www.downrange.tv/blog/reviewing-the-sig-p320/30828/.