Sig Sauer P320. is a 9mm, striker-fired pistol and comes with one (1) 17-round magazine and two (2) 21-round magazines. … The P320–M17 features a coyote-tan carry-length grip module, available in three sizes, and comes standard with a manual safety. Non-Manual-safety models are also available (320F-9-M17).
In 2017, the popular Sig Sauer P320 was chosen to replace the 1980s vintage Beretta 92 (M9 in military parlance) as the US military’s primary sidearm. Sig beat out Glock and other competitors in a hotly-contested award that included lawsuits and other typical government contract fun – and a controversial drop safety issue that had the losers crying foul. But in the end, the drop safety issue was fixed and Sig was awarded the contract for a modified version of the P320, called the M17.
The most obvious difference is the color: M17 in flat dark earth frame and coyote slide while the P320 dons all black. This was a new standard for the competition, never required in the old Beretta M9s, which were all black. This new color makes complete sense since most of our current conflicts are in desert regions and the gun now matches the desert camo.
SIG SAUER is pleased to announce the P320, the all-new, U.S. designed and manufactured 22 rimfire pistol. The P322 offers an unprecedented 21 round capacity, is optics ready, and suppressor-ready right out of the box.
SIG SAUER’s new P320 is the best of both worlds: a full-size pistol with a compact slide. With interchangeable frames and the right trigger, it fits any hand size and is still very controllable. It’s loaded with features and upgrades like a SIGLITE front night sight, fiber optic rear sight, unique thumb safety, SIGLITE Night Sights, and more.