The P320 RXP is my second SIG product, with my SIG P365XL being my first. The 320 satisfies all the need for a full-size pistol with all the ergonomics, style and reliability that anyone would need. The weight is perfect in the hand and manages recoil rather well, making for repeatedly well placed shots. The mat finish on the slide and frame are high quality and look great. The modularity of the 320 opens so many doors for personalization and the after-market is responding by offering grips, triggers, finish choices, etc. SIG well thought out the 320 and it shows in this build. I became interested in SIG optics after purchasing a red dot for an AR pistol and for my 365XL, so I sought after a factory installed optic on my 320 and was lucky enough to find one at my area SIG dealer. I’ve had my 320 to range just once since purchasing it, but was immediately impressed with the accuracy of the pistol and how well the optic was dialed-in by the factory.
I needed a gun when I worked for a security company. A part of security really is just looking like you shouldn't be messed with and a cool looking gun helps with that. This model with the optic and a laser/light I added beneath does look cool. The optic really is amazing to shoot with and even someone inexperienced in shooting will find it rather easy to put rounds on target quickly while using it. That it comes with raised sights so you can use them through the optic is also really great. What really made me choose this firearm (as my first pistol too though was knowing how well it was doing in the bid to become the Army's new sidearm. I've owned my p320rx for close to three years now and have had zero problems with it. The only "malfunctions" have come through user error, specifically limp writing it on recoil causing a failure to eject. The optic adds weight to the slide requiring the user to keep their wrists stiffer than they're typically used to so it will cycle properly. It hasn't been a problem for me, just a couple friends who were unaware. Once it was explained to them they were able to continue firing without incident. I cannot fault Sig for user error. Otherwise I have put over 2,000 rounds through my weapon with zero issues. My only detraction on it now after so much time is that my trigger is feeling a little squishier than when I bought it, so I may look into finding a way to rectify that in the future.
Oh, and finding a good OWB holster for it was a massive pain which did contribute to the unfortunate crack in my glass. I don't know why Sig doesn't make one themselves for what really is a pretty popular handgun. Thank God though the fall from my hip didn't result in an ND inside the Federal Reserve, so Sig's solution to those early early concerns has worked.
Overall though, I love this gun, my friends all love it, and their friends all want to try it. 10/10 would buy again.
I had wanted the X-VTAC optics ready and couldn't find one after lots of searching, so I bought a standard P320 RXP at a local gun shop - could not have made a better decision! I have shot multiple USPSA competitions with it now and yet have to experience a single malfunction. Accuracy is dead on as well. I only wished all RX models would come with an upgraded trigger to start with - since I use this gun only for competition, I have installed a Grayguns trigger in mine as an upgrade.