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It Appears that the P320 is still Experiencing Non-negligent discharges

I encourage everyone to watch the above YouTube video.  Apparently, the P320s are still having issues with non-negligent discharges.

Some takeaways from the video:

Many users have not sent their P320 to Sig Sauer for the voluntary recall (it replaces the trigger and adds an additional safety mechanism). There was at least one user that has the voluntary upgrades on their P320 that had a non-negligent discharge. That’s bad (and probably an understatement).  I was considering carrying my P320, but I will wait to see how Sig Sauer handles this.

I will say this, though:  I hope that this issue wasn’t overlooked or was brushed aside due to the recent multi-million dollar contract with the US Army (the contract for the new modular handgun system that Sig Sauer won).

G19 Glock 19 P320C Sig Sauer voluntary upgrade

Quick Note – Applied for P320 Voluntary Upgrade

So, I’m carrying the Glock 19 now.  I’m struggling, actually.  I guess I’m so used to smaller handguns that I’m having issues adjusting to the grip (it’s large compared to the other handguns I’ve been conceal-carrying).  Since I’ve invested time, training, money, and mods into the gun, I’m pretty much stuck carrying it for at least a year.  I want to give it a year to assess if I’ll get used to it (I probably will).

So, I was thinking I could’ve carried my P320 instead.  I’ve the P320C but have a subcompact grip module that would allow me to have a small grip but still have 12-round mags.  So, while I’m currently carrying the Glock 19, I’ll send the P320 to Sig for the voluntary upgrade.  If you guys don’t already know, Sig had issues with the P320 firing when dropped.  They’ve fixed the issue and I’ve sent correspondence to them asking for the upgrade.  Once I’ve the upgrade, I’ll probably get another N82 IWB holster for the P320 and get either XS Big Dots or sights comparable to those.  Then I will probably carry that handgun next.

Again, though, I’ll be sticking with the G19 for at least a year just to give it a fair shake.