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Guns & Ammo TV: SIG Sauer P320 X Series Coyote

Already teeming with options, the SIG Sauer P320 X Series now includes the color Coyote Tan, which is the same color used on the U.S. military’s M17/M18 service pistols. In this “At The Range” segment, SIG Sauer Pistol Product Manager Phil Strader explains the development of the Coyote X Series to Guns & Ammo’s Tom Beckstrand.

Originally created for the Danish military, the Coyote X Series saw a few tweaks to make it ready for the U.S. civilian market. The Coyote X-CARRY and X-Five are red-dot-ready with slides cut for the SIG Sauer Romeo1 footprint. The X-CARRY boasts a lightening cut on the top of the slide, and the X-Five version has an adjustable rear sight.

The P320 X Series is well-established as a durable, accurate and reliable pistol. With the introduction of the Coyote Tan color, consumers now have even more ways to take advantage of these pistols’ configurability. 

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