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    Sig Sauer P320 Fire Control Unit

    Introducing the P320 FCU (Fire Control Unit).
    With itís unprecedented modularity and unmatched
    capability, the P320 platform has become one
    of the most exciting pistols available to firearms
    enthusiasts today. The soul of the P320 and the
    driving force behind its modularity lies in the unique,
    patented design of its Fire Control Unit (FCU).

    Now, SIG SAUER is offering the FCU as a
    standalone product, enabling an entirely
    new level of customization and personalization,
    giving users the ability to create virtually millions
    of combinations to suit any need and any level of
    personal style.



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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    Introducing the P320 FCU (Fire Control Unit).
    With itís unprecedented modularity and unmatched
    capability, the P320 platform has become one
    of the most exciting pistols available to firearms
    enthusiasts today. The soul of the P320 and the
    driving force behind its modularity lies in the unique,
    patented design of its Fire Control Unit (FCU).

    Now, SIG SAUER is offering the FCU as a
    standalone product, enabling an entirely
    new level of customization and personalization,
    giving users the ability to create virtually millions
    of combinations to suit any need and any level of
    personal style.


    I've never owned a P320. It might be fun to grab one of these and see where it takes you.


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    Smart move by Sig. I'm a Glock guy, but the modularity of the 320 plus the military adoption has really intrigued me so I've picked up several 320 and 365 frames to build out later.

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    Cool..I’ve been slowly reading up on doing a 80% 320.....kinda intrigued

    someone needs to start a thread..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoilerUp View Post
    Smart move by Sig. I'm a Glock guy, but the modularity of the 320 plus the military adoption has really intrigued me so I've picked up several 320 and 365 frames to build out later.
    Good idea! Think I need to put a couple parts lists together!


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    Do we know the cost? I want one for the grip module I have left over after swapping mine out to start a build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naytwan View Post
    Do we know the cost? I want one for the grip module I have left over after swapping mine out to start a build.
    Full MSRP will be $299... street price $250ish I'd guess

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    Dang..then a frame,slide, barrel, sights, misc parts...

    Not as cheap as a p80 build...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangfreek View Post
    Dang..then a frame,slide, barrel, sights, misc parts...

    Not as cheap as a p80 build...
    I agree. I'm hoping to see the cost go down to sub $200... but I see why they don't make them cheap. There would be less incentive to buy the full pistol if the FCG is like $100. Maybe with more market penetration the 320 will see sales like Glock 17/19's and drive the price down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangfreek View Post
    Dang..then a frame,slide, barrel, sights, misc parts...

    Not as cheap as a p80 build...
    Yeah, building a Sig 320 is going to cost. If I wanted to go for low cost, good value, I'd buy a whole pistol finished by Sig. But I want something different, special. It's going to cost.


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