New: SIG Sauer P320-XFIVE DH3

SIG Custom Works worked with Team SIG’s Daniel Horner to develop the new P320-XFIVE DH3 9 mm pistol

posted on December 28, 2022
SIG DH3 Pistol 1
Designed with input from the one and only Daniel Horner, pictured above is the new SIG Custom Works P320-XFIVE DH3 9 mm pistol ($1,399).
SIG Sauer

New from SIG Sauer is the P320-XFIVE DH3 9 mm pistol, which is the result of a collaborative effort between SIG Custom Works and Team SIG’s Daniel Horner. The new pistol complements the SIG M400-DH3 3-gun rifle released earlier this year.

SIG said the new P320-XFIVE DH3 pistol is “designed to offer the perfect blend of competition and tactical features.” As a starting point, the designers of the DH3 9 mm looked to the excellent P320-XFIVE LEGION variant.

SIG Custom Works P320-XFIVE DH3 9 mm
Built to SIG Sauer Team Captain Daniel Horner’s specifications, the overall length of the new P320-XFIVE DH3 9 mm pistol is 8½ inches and height is 6½ inches. Weight comes in at 43½ ounces. (Manufacturer photo)


Features include an optic-ready stylized slide with suppressor height X-RAY3 day and night sights, five-inch match-grade barrel made from carbon steel, one-piece stainless-steel guide rod, and two 1911-style recoil springs in 14 and 12 pounds. Additionally, the TXG tungsten-infused heavy XFULL grip module is cerakoted Coyote Tan and treated with silicon carbide.

Competitive shooters should be pleased with the inclusion of a skeletonized flat trigger in this striker-fired pistol, as well as the generous 6.6-inch sight radius. A M1913 Picatinny rail is also included for attaching accessories.

In addition, three 21-round steel magazines come with purchase of the SIG Custom Works P320-XFIVE DH3 9 mm pistol.

MSRP for the new SIG Sauer P320-XFIVE DH3 pistol is $1,399. Learn more at



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