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Thread: Agency Arms P320 Trigger--Ultimate Drop-Safe Trigger?

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    Agency Arms P320 Trigger--Ultimate Drop-Safe Trigger?

    For those who own/shoot a 320 but still have doubts about its safety...

    https://www.omahaoutdoors.com/agency...-p320-trigger/

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    I seem to remember, maybe back in 2014 or 2015, the old P320 advertising listing a trigger-safety-type trigger was going to be one of the options when buying the P320.
    By the time the P320 came onto the market, that trigger-safety-trigger was no longer available.
    Does anybody else remember this or can comment?
    Last edited by L-2; 11-12-2019 at 07:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokarev View Post
    For those who own/shoot a 320 but still have doubts about its safety...

    https://www.omahaoutdoors.com/agency...-p320-trigger/

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    Thanks for the heads up. I ordered a pair.

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    Is this an armorer, or user, install item?
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    Quote Originally Posted by L-2 View Post
    I seem to remember, maybe back in 2014 or 2015, the old P320 advertising listing a trigger-safety-type trigger was going to be one of the options when buying the P320.
    By the time the P320 came onto the market, that trigger-safety-trigger was no longer available.
    Does anybody else remember this or can comment?
    I remember. SIG has supplied them for some foreign LE sales. The Guatemalan police have them in their P320s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drang View Post
    Is this an armorer, or user, install item?
    Looks like it should drop in.
    Trigger swap on a 320 is a 2 minute job. Super easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drang View Post
    Is this an armorer, or user, install item?

    Looks like a drop in.
    3 minute job to swap a trigger out on a 320.

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    When I ordered mine it said the estimated arrival date was 11/27 and I would be notified if they were not in stock. I got an email asking me to review the product that I have not received yet so I checked the order status. Now it says the estimated date is 12/8. WTF??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornstalker View Post
    When I ordered mine it said the estimated arrival date was 11/27 and I would be notified if they were not in stock. I got an email asking me to review the product that I have not received yet so I checked the order status. Now it says the estimated date is 12/8. WTF??
    Crap, my order says 12/9. I was looking forward to getting it this week.

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    Serious Q:

    How does this improve the actual drop safety of the P320?

    The idea is basically that the trigger safety needs to be depressed before the striker plunger is released and the trigger safety is sufficiently low mass/sprung to prevent it from moving far enough back to release the plunger?
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