Sig Sauer P320 Compact range report

I wheeled and dealed (and I was selling my Ruger GP1001) and ended up with a Sig Sauer P320. It seems to be a current favorite of the gun crowd, and I can see why. The trigger is very good, especially for a stock striker-fired pistol. I would say it’s easily up with an H&K VP9 or a Walther PPQ. It is much better than the old M&P triggers2 or XDM.

Ergonomics are solid. The P320 fits as well in my hand as my M&P 9C, or the H&K VP9, or the Walther PPQ. I find it a bit more comfortable than the XDM series. I say solid and not great, as the slide height/bore axis is higher than my trusty M&P and the grip angle is different. I can draw my M&P and get right on target; that’s not the case with the Sig. Of course, that’s also because my M&P is the one I train with the most and carry the most.

Speaking of sights, they are SIGLITE® Night Sights and are quite good, especially for stock sights. Big enough to pick out, narrow enough to see light around the front sight. I read on the Interwebs that you have to hold at 6 o’clock at 10-15 yards. I found that holding on the desired POI worked at that range for me.

Right now, still debating selling it or keeping it. I want to like it, and I do like 9mm carry guns. Maybe some more time on the trigger to see how rapidly I can get accustomed to the different grip.

Sig Sauer P320 and S&W M&P 9C

1 I know, I know, but I picked up an SP101 for trail use and I don’t like having safe queens.
2 The new M&Ps have better triggers, like the M&P Shield. I also read that Smith and Wesson is dropping the Pro Center triggers across the whole M&P line.

Don’t be a bigot.

Don’t judge an entire race based on the actions of a few.
Don’t judge an entire religion based on the actions of a few.
Don’t judge a culture based on the actions of a few.
Don’t judge a gender based on the actions of a few.
Don’t judge a university on the actions of a few.

TL;DR: Don’t be a bigoted, judgemental asshole.

Lost Rhino Rhinoel

Lost Rhino Rhinoel. Belgian style Dubbel. Low IBU (30 IIRC), 7.5% ABV. Sweet bouquet, good malt flavor. We did not drink it from snifters since we aren’t hoity (plus the glasses need to be washed). You can definitely feel the warmth from the alcohol. A good winter afternoon beer; not one for longer sessions.

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