Shipping standard with a ton of features and developed in collaboration with Team SIG's famed 3-gun champ Daniel Horner, the newest P320 model has just about everything one would want in a tactical or practical sense.

The new SIG Sauer P320-XFive DH3 -- we'll give you a second to figure out what the "DH3" means-- stems from the company's already well-liked P320 XFive Legion series. Featuring an optics-cut slide with tall suppressor height X-RAY3 day/night sights ready to co-witness to just about any MRD, it runs a 5-inch match-grade bull barrel inside. Horner, who has been working on the design for the past two years, has over 50,000 rounds through his prototype. 


The new SIG Sauer P320-XFive DH3
Weight on the new SIG Sauer P320-XFive DH3 is a chunky 43.5 ounces, unloaded, due to the extensive use of stainless steel and a tungsten-infused grip module with an oversized mag well. The overall length with the 5-inch barrel is 8.5 inches. (Photos: SIG)


The lower half is SIG's TXG silicon carbide treated TXG tungsten-infused heavy XFULL grip module and includes a skeletonized flat trigger. The XFive DH3 is easily customized by the user as it ships with two different 1911-style recoil springs, a 12-pound, and a 14-pound, while the standard color offered is Coyote. 

The P320-XFive DH3 ships with three 21-round mags that come complete with Coyote base pads.

More on the gun with Horner, below. 



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