SIG Custom Works has created the ultimate P320 for competition, carry and everything in between with substantial recoil reduction and improved functionality.
The P320 Spectre Comp Blackout brings a bold new look to the Spectre family of pistols. The Spectre family of pistols has become the pinnacle of feature-rich performance in the SIG Custom Works polymer lineup. With exclusive laser-engraved grip modules and custom-designed slides, these exclusive firearms are as functional as they are beautiful. Every Spectre series pistol comes standard with XRay3 day/night sights, flat XSeries triggers, and is optic-ready out of the box.
SIG Custom Works introduces a new look for the popular P320 Spectre Comp. All new for the Blackout model, the proven TXG tungsten-infused grip module is coated in Cerakote Elite Series Blackout and lasered to give a stylish but functional custom stippling. To complete the look the 4.6” threaded barrel is Nitron in appearance and fitted with a single port compensator that significantly reduces muzzle flip and felt recoil. The compensator is attached with two taper screws which allow for simple removal and installation. It also houses the front sight, which maintains stability during shooting for faster front sight recovery and acquisition. Each pistol includes two 21rd magazines and a SIG Custom Works coin and a certified custom certificate.
The P320 Spectre Comp Blackout introduces a new style to one of the most versatile P320 pistols ever produced. • Laser Engraved LXG Tungsten XSeries grip module in Blackout Cerakote • Custom Works Spectre optic-ready slide • Thread barrel with single port compensator • XSeries flat skeleton trigger • XRay3 Day/Night sights • (2) 21rd or (2) 10rd Steel Magazines
- Laser Engraved Blackout Cerakote Tungsten XSeries grip module
- Custom Works Spectre Blackout Cerakote optic-ready slide
- Threaded Barrel with mounted single-port Compensator
- XSeries Flat Skeletonized Trigger
- XRay3 Day/Night Sights
- (2) 21rd or (2) 10rd Steel Magazines
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