New from SIG Sauer is the P320 AXG Pro, a striker-fired 9 mm pistol with a metal AXG grip module and detachable magwell, plus a Nitron full-size Pro-Cut slide with lightening cuts. In a press release, SIG said it is the first full-sized P320 pistol featuring the metal AXG grip module.
SIG says: “With the lightening cuts of the pro-cut slide and the added weight of the AXG metal grip, the P320 AXG Pro is the perfect combination of style and performance, from fit to finish, in a full-size package.”
In addition to the black anodized AXG full-size grip module with a detachable AXG magwell, the SIG Sauer P320 AXG Pro also sports a 4.7-inch carbon steel barrel, custom Hogue G10 black grip panels, and a precision machined deep undercut and extended beavertail for an ergonomic fit. Additionally, this pistol has a XSeries flat trigger, along with XRay3 day and night sights.
Overall length of the P320 AXG Pro is 8.2 inches, with the barrel length at 4.7 inches and a 6.6-inch sight radius. Pistol weight (sans magazine) is 35.4 ounces.
Optics-ready, the P320 AXG Pro is compatible with direct-mount options for the SIG Electro-Optics ROMEO1Pro, the soon-to-be-released SIG ROMEO2, Leupold Delta Point Pro and Trijicon RMR reflex optics.
In addition, the P320 AXG Pro ships with two 17-round steel magazines that boast Henning Group aluminum basepads. Henning Group basepads are popular with action shooters.