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Sig Sauer P320 9mm BLK or FDE + 3 mags + Night Sights + Free Ship $485.00

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Arms Unlimited has the Sig P320 9mm in both black and FDE for $485.00 with free shipping.

Both are currently in stock.

These include 3 magazines and night sights. I have seen the 9mm as low as $449, but it did not include the night sights. Cheapest I've seen with night sights is $498 plus shipping.

Black: https://www.armsunlimited.com/Sig...-9-bss.htm

FDE: https://www.armsunlimited.com/Sig...-9-fde.htm
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can I see object clearly at night with the night sight?
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can I see object clearly at night with the night sight?
No. Let me explain.

The sights are glow-in-the-dark. But they don't need light to get them to glow, they do it naturally. It lasts about 5-7 years I think. These look like the iron sights that typically come on handguns. They appear white in the light and glow green at night. Your night vision is what allows you to "see" in the dark. So depending on how good that is, is how good you will see at night. The glowing sights just allow you to see where you are pointing the gun. Make sense?
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can I see object clearly at night with the night sight?
Ugh, what a waste of 1911 post count😣
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Sig Sauer, a brand that should never be trusted...after all the accidental discharge tests from dropping their pistols. Also, Sig's other lines of products like its ARs have poor QC.
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No. Let me explain.

The sights are glow-in-the-dark. But they don't need light to get them to glow, they do it naturally. It lasts about 5-7 years I think. These look like the iron sights that typically come on handguns. They appear white in the light and glow green at night. Your night vision is what allows you to "see" in the dark. So depending on how good that is, is how good you will see at night. The glowing sights just allow you to see where you are pointing the gun. Make sense?
Thank you. Is this better than the famous p226?
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Sig Sauer, a brand that should never be trusted...after all the accidental discharge tests from dropping their pistols. Also, Sig's other lines of products like its ARs have poor QC.
Tell that to the Legion owners Smilie

Cop 1: "DROP YOUR WEAPON!"
Cop 2: "Uh, it's a P320"
Cop 1: "PUT YOUR WEAPON DOWN VERY SLOWLY"
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Thank you. Is this better than the famous p226?
P226 is a hammer fired pistol while the P320 is a striker fired pistol.

It really depends on which you prefer. For comparison, Glocks are striker fired.

I learned on locks so all of my pistols are striker fired.. only because that is what I am familiar with.

Having said that, the P226 is a pretty legendary design, I have considered picking one up just because of that fact. If you want a P226 I would be looking for a police trade in since everybody (well, a lot of departments) is moving to striker fired pistols. If you can deal with 40SW instead of 9mm you can find used P226's everywhere.
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Thank you. Is this better than the famous p226?
They are basically the same gun, but the P226 has a hammer to fire the pistol (visible from the outside), while the P320 has a striker (concealed by the slide).

I own a P320 and love it. Very accurate and very reliable. Fits in my hand perfectly.

If you are unfamiliar with the gun, or guns in general, I would go to a range and pay the surcharge to test a few weapons before purchasing. If you buy a name brand, then the brand doesn't really matter too much. It's really about which gun you are more comfortable with holding.
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Sig Sauer, a brand that should never be trusted...after all the accidental discharge tests from dropping their pistols. Also, Sig's other lines of products like its ARs have poor QC.
This is just not true. Sig has very good guns.

And the dropping issue that came out recently was blown way out of proportion. The gun passed all standard and federally mandated drop tests. The issue at hand is an extreme situation that was not tested for or required to be tested for. Considering sig is paying to have all the guns fixed when they don't have too is a testament to the company. I wish auto companies were this good to their customers.
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This is just not true. Sig has very good guns.

And the dropping issue that came out recently was blown way out of proportion. The gun passed all standard and federally mandated drop tests. The issue at hand is an extreme situation that was not tested for or required to be tested for. Considering sig is paying to have all the guns fixed when they don't have too is a testament to the company. I wish auto companies were this good to their customers.
Sure it passed all the drop tests mandated by federal guidelines, but those drop tests are for testing the Colt 1911. If you drop a Sig pistol at the right angle, it fires, thus it fails the "Idiot Citizen's Drop Test". Also, if a gun company has failed once, it has failed, period. Guns are no excuse products when it comes to safety. What if that one accidental discharge ended up in your head?
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Sure it passed all the drop tests mandated by federal guidelines, but those drop tests are for testing the Colt 1911. If you drop a Sig pistol at the right angle, it fires, thus it fails the "Idiot Citizen's Drop Test". Also, if a gun company has failed once, it has failed, period. Guns are no excuse products when it comes to safety. What if that one accidental discharge ended up in your head?
By this standard there would probably be very few gun companies left.
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By this standard there would probably be very few gun companies left.
There are plenty out there. Just buy your gun from a company that specializes in making one type of gun, like Glock for handguns and Daniel Defense or whatever for ARs.
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Sure it passed all the drop tests mandated by federal guidelines, but those drop tests are for testing the Colt 1911. If you drop a Sig pistol at the right angle, it fires, thus it fails the "Idiot Citizen's Drop Test". Also, if a gun company has failed once, it has failed, period. Guns are no excuse products when it comes to safety. What if that one accidental discharge ended up in your head?
That is a ridiculous standard. If the gun is dropped at the right angle, so you have have the exact perfect circumstances for that to be an issue. I could probably rattle the same issues for everything in this world. If you are hit at the right angle in your car, the air-bags might not deploy and you could die. Or given the right circumstances it is possible for the airbag to kill you when it is suppose to save you. 10s of billions of examples can be given for the "right circumstance". Yes, it would suck to die by accident, but that is not a reason to discount a company. By that logic, there wouldn't be a company capably of selling anything. Why do you think toys have choke hazards on them? Because somewhere down the line, some kid choked on a toy. Does that stop you from buying them? Does that stop you from buying cars?
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That is a ridiculous standard. If the gun is dropped at the right angle, so you have have the exact perfect circumstances for that to be an issue. I could probably rattle the same issues for everything in this world. If you are hit at the right angle in your car, the air-bags might not deploy and you could die. Or given the right circumstances it is possible for the airbag to kill you when it is suppose to save you. 10s of billions of examples can be given for the "right circumstance". Yes, it would suck to die by accident, but that is not a reason to discount a company. By that logic, there wouldn't be a company capably of selling anything. Why do you think toys have choke hazards on them? Because somewhere down the line, some kid choked on a toy. Does that stop you from buying them? Does that stop you from buying cars?
Why settle for something that can still go off accidentally by buying Sig? Even cheap crappy pistols from Smith and Wesson don't go off when dropped at ANY angle. Firing when a gun is dropped is totally preventable, and not something that should be left to chance to decide, like what you're describing.
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