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SIG Sauer P320 gets the butt

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The German SIG Sauer P320 pistol has received a new unusual accessory. B&T has unveiled a device called the USW-320 Upgrade Chassis. "Warspot" with a link to thefirearmblog.com portal.


SIG Sauer P320 gets the butt

Pistol frame USW-320


The new accessory is a pistol frame equipped with a swiveling stock. The USW-320 is compatible with the SIG Sauer P320 pistol and its military version M17. In addition, the B&T frame is adapted for both standard and large-capacity magazines.

The length of the USW-320 frame with unfolded stock is 36 cm, and its weight is 188 g. With the stock folded, the frame thickness will be only 43 mm. But even considering the small thickness, the use of the USW-320 will make most of the standard holsters for the SIG Sauer P320 unsuitable for carrying a pistol. Therefore, B&T indicates that they intend to release a series of special holsters that allow the SIG Sauer P320 to be carried when using a frame with a stock.

Due to its modular design, the SIG Sauer P320 pistol frame is not a number part and in many countries can be sold as an accessory that does not require a license or special permission. The USW-320 is compatible with full-size and short-cut models of the SIG Sauer P320 pistol and will appear in retail sales this summer, then the price of the accessory will be announced.

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  1. sabakina
    sabakina 9 March 2018 20: 14
    +10
    I understand for the Mauser, with his rifle cartridge, but for this gun ...
    1. Hermann
      Hermann 9 March 2018 20: 23
      +10
      Fast, are you talking about the Mauser pistol? So there it’s quite a pistol 7.63x25 and cartridges from TT are suitable.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 9 March 2018 20: 25
        +7
        I'm talking about a Mauser with a wooden holster, which the revolutionary sailors loved.
        1. Hermann
          Hermann 9 March 2018 20: 29
          +8
          Well, I’m talking about this one, there’s a pistol cartridge.
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 9 March 2018 20: 47
            +8
            Yes. Herman, I confess, I'm a burdock. From childhood, for some reason, I thought that there was a rifle cartridge. However, the Mauser is designed for a range of up to 1000 meters, so the butt to him, with his barrel was not an obstacle. And for the gun on video only for show-offs.
            1. Angel_and_Demon
              Angel_and_Demon 9 March 2018 20: 52
              +8
              Quote: sabakina
              And for the gun on video only for show-offs.

              so it is written - an accessory, you want to hang out - any whim for your money
            2. Serge Gorely
              Serge Gorely 10 March 2018 22: 37
              +2
              The Muscovite’s speedometer was also marked up to 200 km ... The aiming strip on a Mauser pistol up to 1000 meters is a common advertisement, as intended not least for wealthy travelers.
          2. Thunderbolt
            Thunderbolt 9 March 2018 20: 51
            +1
            judging by the click of comrades from Belarus there are a lot of these patrons who have been left there) you’re on the right track, comrades, the operation “Concert” and symphonies didn’t cancel the headquarters of the partisan movement, so we will be talking about reptiles
        2. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 9 March 2018 21: 18
          +7
          Quote: sabakina
          I'm talking about a Mauser with a wooden holster, which the revolutionary sailors loved.

          By the way, Slava read somewhere that “a revolutionary sailor with a Mauser” is a myth. “The same” “Mauser С96” - 100 of gold rubles was worth (despite the fact that a cow 16 of rubles was paid) and purchased with personal money. ... And 100 rubles from the revolutionary sailor .... recourse Yes, and officers with weapons of such enormous cost would not be enough to put them all to the wall and arm all the revolutionary sailors. I read about it in the book, about 10-15 years ago, and now I looked - there are a lot of things written about it on the Internet.
          Although I had to hold it in my hands a couple of times - it inspires .......
          And according to the article ... Of course, I am out of date for all these disputes - almost every day they invent something new. You can’t keep track of everything, especially from the sofa. Therefore, I live in the old way - the award "Beretta M9". I’ll go with her to the Land of Eternal Hunt ... smile
          1. bouncyhunter
            bouncyhunter 9 March 2018 21: 29
            +2
            Greetings my friend! hi drinks
            Brugger und Thomet was clearly upgraded to advance their idea in their USW carbine pistol. More details here: http://modernfirearms.net/en/pistolety-i-revolver
            y / pistolety / shvejcarija-pistolety / bt-usw /
            1. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A 9 March 2018 21: 35
              +7
              Pasha hi drinks (lightly, for a meeting tomorrow morning)!
              Quote: bouncyhunter
              Brugger und Thomet was clearly upgraded to advance their idea in their USW carbine pistol.

              I looked. good good There are, however, a couple of minor flaws. Not enough gutter and frame for drying footcloths lol ... And so - good
              1. bouncyhunter
                bouncyhunter 9 March 2018 21: 40
                +4
                I had no doubt that you would understand me correctly !!! good drinks
                Quote: Zoldat_A
                Not enough gutter and frame for drying footcloths

                The ballistic computer with a laser rangefinder forgot to mention. bully
          2. beeper
            beeper 10 March 2018 05: 15
            +3
            Sorry generously that I am harnessing to a soulful conversation, but on the subject touched is expensive if you buy a Mauser S-96. But there were still Mauser pistols captured on the fronts of the WWII. Many revolutionaries acquired M1911 “Colts” from allied supplies, as well as complete leather suits of Russian armored divisions.
            In addition, the same arrogant Saxons sent counterrevolutionaries captured weapons captured in battles and seized in surrendered Germany ...
            Even the young Gaidar-Golikov, the father from the front sent a trophy “Mauser” of 6,35 mm caliber as a gift, and he described this episode in the autobiographical novel “School”.
            hi
            1. DanSabaka
              DanSabaka 10 March 2018 08: 14
              +4
              Arkady Golikov (Gaidar) had a completely different Mauser:
              1. beeper
                beeper 10 March 2018 09: 36
                +1
                Thank you for your reply and great photo. good !
                It was about such a trophy “Mauser” of 6.35 mm caliber that Arkady Gaidar wrote in the “School”, and when I read it at a very young school age, I found out that there turned out to be small, pocket-sized, “non-commissioner” and “non-revolutionary sailors” “Mausers” yes , I used to play with a rusty Mauser rifle, being "two tips from the pot" wink and well distinguished her from the famous pistol.
                Although now, after reading or hearing the word “Mauser”, I remember the K-98 carbine first and foremost, and not the “Abdullo-Sukhov-Vereshchaginsky” K-96 carbine pistol with an attached holster-butt, which interlocutors and Internet commentators usually mean.
                hi
          3. AID.S
            AID.S 10 March 2018 13: 35
            +1
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            By the way, Slava read somewhere that “a revolutionary sailor with a Mauser” is a myth. “The same” “Mauser С96” - 100 of gold rubles was worth (despite the fact that a cow 16 of rubles was paid) and purchased with personal money. ... And 100 rubles from the revolutionary sailor ....

            Do you think during the Civil War, fighters bought weapons and ammunition in gun shops? Then still say that licensing through the Cheka was.
      2. poquello
        poquello 9 March 2018 23: 37
        +2
        Quote: Herman
        Fast, are you talking about the Mauser pistol? So there it’s quite a pistol 7.63x25 and cartridges from TT are suitable.

        1908 model - 9mm
  2. polpot
    polpot 9 March 2018 20: 29
    +2
    It remains to add a disk store and remember that machine guns have long been invented
    1. Sargas
      Sargas 9 March 2018 20: 47
      +2
      The disk store was still on Parabellum.
  3. Sergey D_2
    Sergey D_2 9 March 2018 20: 46
    +1
    Police order?
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 9 March 2018 20: 56
      +6
      And what, the police are already being ordered?
      1. Sergey D_2
        Sergey D_2 9 March 2018 21: 04
        +2
        The necessary weapons are ordered
  4. Sargas
    Sargas 9 March 2018 20: 48
    +2
    And when did the Swiss firm ZIG become German?
    1. Hermann
      Hermann 9 March 2018 21: 11
      +4
      Initially, the production of pistols in Germany was made by the Sauer company, the SIG Sauer company itself is considered German, although it is part of the Swiss holding
      1. thinker
        thinker 9 March 2018 21: 58
        +3
        If we talk about the SIG Sauer P320, then we can call it an American pistol
        This gun is designed and manufactured by the American division of the Swiss-German group SIG-Sauer.

        https://topwar.ru/99482-pistolety-dlya-plohih-str
        elkov-chast-2-sig-sauer-p320.html
      2. John22
        John22 9 March 2018 23: 07
        +3
        SIG (Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft - Swiss Industrial Society)
  5. Hiller
    Hiller 9 March 2018 21: 53
    +2
    the pursuit of APS ... but what's the point? Is he capable of firing automatically? Or does he have an aiming range of 200m?
  6. Forever so
    Forever so 9 March 2018 23: 12
    +3
    Mdaa)) you can’t see it without a butt and it’s impossible to hit the target at five meters)) Maybe then something like a pram with a turret ?? In the turret of a pistol, and in a stroller cartridges you can carry beer.
  7. beeper
    beeper 10 March 2018 05: 18
    +2
    With this butt, the whole meaning of the pistol is lost, as "pocket artillery" and "weapons of one hand" ... request
  8. Doliva63
    Doliva63 10 March 2018 05: 32
    +6
    I read the comments under the article and realized - the people’s beer was over, and the shops were already closed laughing drinks
  9. Catfish
    Catfish 10 March 2018 13: 58
    +2
    Beer is not over. He also has a bayonet-knife instead of an LLC on the bar and alles kaput! Terrible thing. laughing .
    1. Doliva63
      Doliva63 10 March 2018 15: 31
      +5
      By the way, yes. A gun with a butt without a bayonet - not a gun laughing good
  10. Comrade Kim
    Comrade Kim 10 March 2018 15: 43
    +1
    SIG Sauer GmbH has an easily recognizable line of short barrels, starting with the 220 model.
    Butt-frame is an interesting but dead-end gizmo. Hidden such a hybrid is inconvenient to wear.
    When using such a modular scheme, the gun is built around a retrievable trigger.
    In fact, this trigger can be married even with a coffee maker))
  11. gukoyan
    gukoyan 12 March 2018 16: 55
    0
    What kind of perversion damn it?