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Old 02-06-2020, 07:41 AM
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WilsonCombat SIG 320 Grip Module

For you fans of the SIG 320, I just got a hold of the new WC 320 grip module...I got the Carry version in black. It is significantly different than the SIG version and if you are like me with small cat paws for hands, you will appreciate it. It is a sweet addition to an already sweet pistol.

https://shopwilsoncombat.com/Grip-Mo...nfo/320%2DCSB/
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Old 02-08-2020, 11:14 AM
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Nice. Would like to see a "Compact" size
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Old 02-20-2020, 08:20 PM
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I keep hearing good things about them.
Even with Sig's "small" grip, the 320 is a little too large for MY hands.
I have a 365, with rubberized Talon grip on it, and it fits MY hand better than the hundreds of pistols I've owned, and shot.
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I keep hearing good things about them.
Even with Sig's "small" grip, the 320 is a little too large for MY hands.
I have a 365, with rubberized Talon grip on it, and it fits MY hand better than the hundreds of pistols I've owned, and shot.
I did the same on my 365.
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Old 02-21-2020, 08:06 PM
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New to SIG, will the W.C. 320 lower also work on the new M-17 or M-18 with the safety ?
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Old 02-21-2020, 11:58 PM
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nice but shows out of stock
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Old 02-22-2020, 07:03 AM
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New to SIG, will the W.C. 320 lower also work on the new M-17 or M-18 with the safety ?
Yes, they make specific models with a cut out specifically for the safety.
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Did you try the sig small module and how does the WC compare size wise to the sm?
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Did you try the sig small module and how does the WC compare size wise to the sm?
The WC is slimmer than the Small Xframe.
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Good to know-

I think it may be worth a new module to try out... (and if that goes well, sights and another flat trigger) I want to love my 320, but it just hasn't feel right to me yet. I had an apex flat trigger pre-recall and it was much better than stock... may try the Grayguns flat trigger this time, of the Wilson module fits me.
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Old 02-26-2020, 08:05 PM
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You'll dig the WC for sure. Trust me. As for the flat trigger....?
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Old 02-26-2020, 08:48 PM
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I emailed Wilson, and was told that a compact version is in the works
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You'll dig the WC for sure. Trust me. As for the flat trigger....?
Nice, just have to wait for them to get back in stock.

I had a flat trigger pre-recall ("voluntary upgrade") and liked it, as the stock curved trigger seemed to pinch my finger. The flat one stopped that.

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I have medium size hands love the Wilson Combat grip !
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I have medium size hands love the Wilson Combat grip !
Is that the grayguns flat trigger? How do you like it?
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Not Gray Guns trigger, it’s sig’s legion trigger I installed along with an apex trigger bar.
Trigger averages 4lbs with short reset and crisp break. Yes I like it!
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Holster question

Does the change in the trigger guard and rail affect holster fit at all?


Finally got one! (well it will be here next week) I called WC about 6-7 weeks ago and asked if they were ever going to get the modules back in and the young lady said yes- "pretty soon." So I have been checking WC every single day to see if they get them in... finally got to order one yesterday! A few hours later- back out of stock (on my model)
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To answer your question, No. At least not on my holsters. It hasn't done one thing adversely to fitment.
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Wow, you guys are right- I expected a little more comfy grip but I did not expect it to be so different. Significantly slimmer than the Sig Sm module, has more of that familiar rectangular single stack shape. I may end up keeping this gun now!

The only issue is that the mags with side tabs on the bases don't fit... 30 seconds on a drill press with a sanding wheel, fixed the bases.

Holster fit remains perfect.

LW McVay- Thanks for the original heads up on these, much appreciated!
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Old 04-29-2020, 08:27 AM
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You bet!
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Hmm, that looks nice, wonder it would make me like my X-Vtac?
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out of stock
It was out about 2 hours after I bought mine and then this morning it was in stock again for a few hours. I guess the secret is out... if you want one you need to bookmark the page and check it a couple times a day.
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Finally got a chance to handle the Wilson grip module. I want one and I don't even have a 320.
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