Got my P320 back from Sig today

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Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby CCIman » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:50 pm

:D
about 2 weeks turnover

Can't tell externally, have not taken the slide off.
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Re: Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby ESAFO » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:47 pm

From what i've heard there's a slightly different style trigger installed, lighter trigger pull due to a updated sear & also milling work on the inside of the slide.
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Re: Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby CCIman » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:10 pm

It did not feel "lighter", if anything, mushy to the break after the slack, and long reset.

Granted this is one of many striker pistols, I can't really compare (recall) to what it was before.
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Re: Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby ESAFO » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:20 pm

Hopefully all the known issues at hand have been resolved & now you can safely enjoy it.
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Re: Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby Tru-Heathen » Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:31 am

Received mine back on the 3rd of November,2 weeks to the day of arriving at Sig.

Take up is about half what it was prior to sending in,trigger break feels the same or a bit better on mine.The reset is actually shorter on my upgraded P320.
The "double click" when dry firing is gone.Not all P320s had that but mine did.Wasn't an issue then or now.

As to what was changed,this video goes into the details :

https://youtu.be/u9vIY2EoJwE
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Re: Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby CCIman » Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:44 pm

How can you tell all this? Did you measure these somehow? Two weeks is a long time to compare based on finger memory.
How can you rule out Placebo effect?
Ultimately, it is moot if you are happy. :) no biggie.

I can't tell compared to before because I have never fired it, but from ground zero, the break is mushy.

Tru-Heathen wrote:Received mine back on the 3rd of November,2 weeks to the day of arriving at Sig.

Take up? is about half what it was prior to sending in,trigger break feels the same or a bit better on mine.The reset? is actually shorter on my upgraded P320.
The "double click" when dry firing is gone.Not all P320s had that but mine did.Wasn't an issue then or now.

As to what was changed,this video goes into the details :

https://youtu.be/u9vIY2EoJwE
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Re: Got my P320 back from Sig today

Postby Tru-Heathen » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:41 am

Well truthfully I can't rule out the placebo effect.
But I actually had put 500 rounds through it prior to sending it in and dry fired it more than that amount.
So I do have a fairly good idea how it was before v/s after.And others have reported similar results.

And you're correct,in the end it doesn't matter since I am pleased with it.
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