Other sources say 320, so probably correct. Wonder if the base model will include reflex sights for everybody? If they do, it'll be "everybody gets a trophy" day at range quals.Actually after going back and rereading it , it didn't say 320 so I better correct the title. I took it was the 320 since it said modular, but I don't want to assume.
That would make things interesting. I noticed awhile back that Sig no longer list their 250 except in 22lr. Not sue if the other 250's were dropped due to poor sales or what. :icon_neutral:I bet more like the 250 with a safety. The army doesn't like guns without safeties and I can't imagine they would go with a striker fired gun without a safety. Well, I can imagine it, but I doubt it.
The majority of the Sig pistols have been made in the US for some time now. A lot of folks get giddish if they get one with a German frame.I'm actually pretty shocked! No knock on the Sig but I figured the Army was just kicking the tires like usual, with no real intention of making a change. Guess I was wrong! I had thought that Sig made their rifles in the US and their sidearms in Switzerland? Presumably due the Barry Amendment these will be made in the US?
FWIW it seems like the Sig ticks off all the boxes. Again, maybe it's not the 320 but something else, but the 320 is modular, good trigger, many options, etc.