The X-VTAC is one of three new X-Series pistols offered by Sig. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Gun maker Sig Sauer introduced a new set of pistols to gun lovers, called the X-Series, during SHOT Show 2017. It’s an updated take on the P320 model semi-automatic, striker -fired pistol. Available in three models — the X-Five, X-Carry and X-VTAC — each X-Series gun offers a little something extra to the overall P320 line.
The X-Five is a large size pistol, chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
The X-Five features a 5 inch bull barrel chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W. With a Dawson adjustable rear sight plate and front fiber optic sight, the X-Five is also compatible with Sig’s ROMEO1 optic. Offering a 21 round magazine capacity, the X-Five also comes with an extended removable magwell.
The P320 X-Series feature a flat trigger, as seen above on the X-Carry model. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
The X-Carry is chambered in 9mm with a 17 round magazine. This pistol is equipped with X-RAY3 day/night sights and also comes ready to accept Sig’s Romeo3 optic. At 3.9 inches, the X-Carry model is the smallest of the three versions.
The lightening cuts on hte X-Series VTAC. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Outfitted with an appealing flat dark earth stainless steel slide on a black frame, the X-TAC comes courtesy of Kyle Lamb. The retired Sgt. Maj. designed the VTAC line of Sig firearms, to include the X-Series VTAC. The VTAC elevates its good looks even further with slide lightening cuts; making this pistol really stand out in a crowd. Featuring VTAC day/night sights the pistol comes with a magazine capacity of 17 rounds in 9mm.
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