With the popularity of the SIG Sauer P320, the aftermarket companies are jumping on board. One of the first was Wilson Combat offering grip modules and sights. Recently, I had the chance to try out a SIG P320RX model with Romeo1 Pro red-dot optic, but wearing the Wilson Combat WCP320 carry grip module (MSRP: $64.95).
Wilson Combat introduced the reengineered grip module to optimize its practical shooting potential. The module has an improved shape and texture, with overall ergonomics that feel like it is sculpted to fit your hand like a custom grip. The grip has a high cut 1911-style beavertail, with an undercut front strap and reshaped and radiused trigger guard. These two features allow for the highest grip possible giving better recoil control. The magwell opening has been enlarged and works with all the X-series basepads. Wilson also uses its exclusive Starburst pattern on the grip for increased traction on the gun with an aggressive stipple pattern on the front and back straps.
As for the frame, it has reference serrations for support hand thumb or index finger and the light rail has angled holster cuts to aid in snag-free re-holstering. Another feature built into the grip are internal slots for rod-style tungsten inserts that add 1.5 ounces to the weight of the grip.
Wilson also offers several different styles of sights including the Vickers Elite Battlesight pair with the Snag-Free fiber-optic front sight. There are night sights and front gold bead sights now available on the Wilson Combat website. In addition, you will find full-size stainless-steel guide rods, chrome silicon recoil springs, several different styles of their Bullet Proof extended magazine catches and extended slide release.
Article from the November/December 2020 issue of USPSA’s FrontSight magazine.
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