New Hampshire's SIG Sauer has updated its much-liked P320 Spectre Comp model for 2023 by dropping the gold accents and keeping the performance. 

The original P320 Spectre Comp, developed by SIG Custom Works early last year, features a laser-stippled LXG Tungsten XSERIES grip module fit under an optics-ready slide that includes custom serrations featuring an optic plate and rear dovetail sight. Inside the slide is a titanium nitride gold barrel with an integrated compensator, while a set of X-RAY 3 day/night sights ride on top. The flat-faced XSERIES straight trigger also carries a TiNi finish. 

Now, SIG has taken that popular gun and given it an all-over Cerakote Elite Series Blackout finish, while deleting the gold TiNi-finished trigger and barrel. 


The SIG Custom Works P320 Spectre Comp Blackout
A little less bling than the prior P320 Spectre Comp, the Blackout has a subtle two-tone effect due to the laser stippling on the frame that allows the Tungsten grip module's gray construction to show through. (Photo: SIG Sauer) 
The SIG Custom Works P320 Spectre Comp Blackout
The X-RAY 3 front sight is dovetailed directly to the compensator, which SIG says dramatically improves sight recovery for each shot. (Photo: SIG Sauer) 


The SIG Custom Works P320 Spectre Comp Blackout ships with a pair of 21-round steel magazines – or 10-rounders in restricted states – along with a Custom Works coin and certificate of authenticity.

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