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Old 01-04-2018, 10:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just picked up a P320 Romeo and was looking a photos online to come up with some ideas for a kydex/leather rig I would make myself. Stumbled across this one.

https://tulster.com/sig-sauer-p320-9...m_source=yotpo



I have never, ever, ever formed my kydex that tightly into the trigger guard. Looks to me like you would shoot yourself reholstering.

-yes the holster is not for the Romeo
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Not sure about an IWB for this one. I have P320 & P250 compacts and subcompacts for that.

I picked up a full size Romeo because it has the Romeo AND its got taller suppressor sites.
I have a threaded barrel and the extended 21 rd mags on the way. Its basically going to be the P320F Romeo TacAps when I am done with it.

Will mount a TLR-1 on it and an Osprey.

So thinking about something similar to this. The modular design means I could put J hooks on it if I did want to try and IWB.
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I havent seen a TacOps in the fullsize version, only the compact, so this is the mashup of the two models.
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I just bought a P320C RX, so I will follow this closely. Also, mine has the suppressor height sights as well.
@aloharover, are you going to send yours in for the trigger upgrade? I am undecided on mine.
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I just bought a P320C RX, so I will follow this closely. Also, mine has the suppressor height sights as well.
@aloharover, are you going to send yours in for the trigger upgrade? I am undecided on mine.
I just got it NIB, they had been out of stock with both my SIG distributors for a while. So I am using (yeah I know) that the new ones are already fixed.

I am looking at the Apex trigger

I have the P250 in both Sub Compact and Compact. Thinking about getting the slide on the Compact machined for an RMR or Romeo. Already have taller sights for it and the threaded barrel.
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But back to my question, do folks think the holster in the first post would engage the trigger?
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Do they finally make holsters for the P320? I've been waiting for about 3 years...
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Wouldn't the front of the trigger guard spread the Kydex until it fits into it's (trigger guard's) recess?

And it looks like the area molded around the trigger has more room. I bet it's tolerances are pretty well thought out.

If you were to do it yourself, build a 'fairing' behind the trigger, to create that space. Playdoh, something like that, skin it with duct tape that laps over the trigger to give that slightly more space.
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Wouldn't the front of the trigger guard spread the Kydex until it fits into it's (trigger guard's) recess?

And it looks like the area molded around the trigger has more room. I bet it's tolerances are pretty well thought out.

If you were to do it yourself, build a 'fairing' behind the trigger, to create that space. Playdoh, something like that, skin it with duct tape that laps over the trigger to give that slightly more space.
Yeah it looks like it's tight around the front of the trigger guard, but not around the trigger to me....
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Do they finally make holsters for the P320? I've been waiting for about 3 years...
P320 fits in the P250 holsters.
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P320 fits in the P250 holsters.
Not my point.

G Code hadn't made a holster for either until recently. I wanted a G Code and was just made aware that now they make one. Thanks though.
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I am planning on making the holster work with the TLR mounted. I have the kydex on hand and will give it a try this weekend.
Also thinking about a leather pancake style for it.

The Osprey arrived yesterday.

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