Sig Sauer quietly added a new metal-framed striker-fired P320 that is a salute to the New Hampshire-based firearms maker's Classic P-series pistols. 

Utilizing the new Alloy XSeries Grip module, first seen last year on the striking AXG Scorpion, the new P320 AXG Classic is a SIG Custom Works pistol from its custom Hogue Walnut Grip panels to its XRAY3 day/night front sight. 

"The intent of the P320 AXG Classic is, just like the name implies," said Sig Sauer Pistol Product Manager Phil Strader. "Was to kind of get back to the roots. To get back to the original old-school look of some of our first guns." 

The 9mm Sig Sauer P320 AXG Classic is carry-sized with a 3.9-inch barrel, giving it a 7.4-inch overall length. Weight is 31.3-ounces. (Photo: Sig Sauer)
The limited-edition pistol also comes with a curved short reach trigger, an extended beavertail grip, and a slide that is optics-ready to be compatible with ROMEO1PRO, Delta Point Pro, and RMR micro red dots. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

The P320 AXG Classic ships with three 17-round mags (10 rounders in restricted states) as well as a Negrini Custom Works case with Custom Works challenge coin and certified custom certificate.