Wilson Combat, Sig-Sauer Team up on Enhanced P320

Arkansas-based Wilson Combat has joined forces with firearm icon Sig Sauer to produce an enhanced P320 pistol collaboration.

Dubbed the WCP320, the 17+1 capacity 9mm semi-auto comes with a raft of upgrades over the standard Sig Sauer P320. These include Wilson Combat’s Carry Grip Module– available in tan or black– an X-TAC slide with machine bevels and front slide serrations, and a black DLC finish on the slide and barrel.


The Wilson Combat WCP320 is available with a black grip module… (Photos: Wilson Combat)

A tan Wilson Combat WCP320 pistol with a SIG-branded magazine on a wooden table with a Wilson Combat logo in the background

…Or tan

The WCP320 sports a Wilson Combat battlesight with a red fiber optic front, a beveled magazine well, and Sig’s X-Full steel trigger.

For those who are curious about specs, the WCP320 has a 4.7-inch barrel which gives the pistol an overall length of 8.25-inches while providing a 6.7-inch sight radius. Height is 5.5-inches while weight, unloaded, is 29.2-ounces.

A lightbox collage of four close-ups of features on the Wilson Combat WCP320

The WCP320 is loaded with features including a beveled X-TAC slide, Wilson Combat battle sights with a red fiber optic front, WC’s carry grip module, and a beveled mag well.

The WCP320 ships with a pair of flush-fit 17-round X-Series Magazines with a base price of $1,195, which sounds like a bundle but is actually in the same price ballpark as Sig’s own P320 XFive series. For an extra $155, you can upgrade the standard trigger with a curved or straight Grayguns competition trigger system.


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