Sig Sauer Celebrates Millionth P320 with Custom Gun


Since 2014, Sig Sauer has produced over one million P320 series pistols and crafted a special one to celebrate the fact. (Photos: Sig)

New Hampshire-based Sig Sauer this week posted images of a custom P320 pistol to celebrate a recent historic milestone.

Last year, the Sig P320 reached the million-unit goalpost and to mark the occasion Sig Custom Works crafted a one-of-a-kind presentation pistol.

The custom P320 features hand-cut granite grips to commemorate it’s birthplace in New Hampshire– the Granite State– while the slide is engraved with scrolls in a 14 karat gold inlay.

A close up lightbox shot of an engraved Sig Sauer P320 pistol

Unlike typical P320s, this unique presentation model uses an all-metal frame.

Unlike the traditional polymer frame production P320s are known for, the custom handgun sports an all-metal high-gloss polished frame akin to the pistols Sig Sauer produced for the U.S. Army’s Tomb Sentinels at Arlington National Cemetery.

The unique gun also has a unique serial number, 58H1000000.

Introduced in 2014, the modular P320 series has proved extremely popular, going on to win the U.S. Army’s Modular Handgun System contract in 2017 with Sigs selected as the M17  and M18 pistols. Beating out big-name gunmakers from around the globe to replace the M9 Beretta, Sig late last year delivered the 100,000th MHS series gun to the military.


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