It seems like at every Shot Show since the introduction of the SIG P320, SIG has added another model to the P320 lineup. This year is no exception with the announcement of the P320MAX from SIG Sauer. The new P320MAX was design in collaboration with SIG Team Captain US Army Veteran Max Michel. The P320MAX was built off of the X-Five Legion chassis. The new P320MAX features a slide serrations, a bull barrel, a one piece guide rod, and a Romeo3Max red dot sight.

One interesting design note. The P320MAX doesn’t feature front and rear sights. This new pistol was designed to be shot in very specific
Division USPSA, that Max Michel competes in. It is built from the ground up to be a competition gun out of the box.

Below, is the product description and specs of the new P320MAX from SIG Sauer.

Product Description

The SIG SAUER P320MAX is a 9mm striker-fired pistol optimized for competition at the highest levels, specifically in the Carry Optics division. The pistol is built around the TXG tungsten infused heavy XFULL grip module with a flat skeletonized trigger. The SIG Custom Works P320MAX slide was completely redesigned with custom wrap-around serrations for ideal side and top manipulation and is fit with a 5” match grade bull barrel, one-piece stainless steel guide rod, and both a 14lb. and 12lb. 1911-style recoil spring, allowing for an easily customized shooting experience. The pistol comes standard with a SIG SAUER Electro-Optics 6MOA ROMEO3MAX, and 4EA 21rd Steel Magazines…enough for any competition set-up.


• Overall length: 8.5” (216mm)
• Overall height: 6.8” (173mm) – without 21rd magazine
• Overall width: 1.6” (41mm)
• Barrel length: 5” (127mm)
• Sight Radius: N/A
• Weight (w/magazine): 43.5oz (1.2kg)

What do you think of the new P320MAX? Let us know in the comments below.

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