TriggrCon offers a first look into some new and improved designs with Grey Ghost Precision using the venue to debut its new set of slides for the Sig Sauer P320. The slides share the same design qualities as GGP’s Glock aftermarket goodies, but now boast support for the Sig Sauer P320. The P320 slides are machined from 416 stainless steel and are available in Black and Grey Diamond Like Coating, or DLC, as well as Flat Dark Earth Cerakote.
The slides add a bit more flair to the Sig Sauer P320 platform, introducing an optics ready design that works alongside Leupold DPP, Trijicon RMR and Sig Romeo1 red dots. Screws and plates are included with the slide. For users who opt for traditional iron sights, the slide does include a G10 Cover Plate.
Version 1 of the GGP 320 slides feature tapered serrations and is compatible with Sig P320 Full-Size, Compact and Carry grip modules. The Full-Size version tips the scales at 8.8-ounces while the compact weighs in at 7.6-ounces.
With the prevalence of the Sig Sauer P320, thanks in part to the military’s decision to adopt it as the U.S. Army’s new sidearm, GGP said it was time for Sig Sauer users to enjoy some Grey Ghost Precision fun.
The slides are due out in August with prices set at $430 for the Full-Size version and $419 for the Compact.
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