Update: TTAG’s SIG P320 is Back From Voluntary Upgrade

In what can only be described as quite the coincidence, the SIG P320 purchased by TTAG to drop test arrived back, all voluntarily upgraded, right as news of the Honor Guard’s safety failings was hitting the TTAG Drop Safety Desk. As you’d expect, we hit the range to make sure SIG’s changes did, in fact, […]

Omaha Outdoors Drop Test Follow Up: Dropping More Guns!

Many of you criticized Omaha Outdoors, TTAG and others for failing to immediately drop test every other handgun on the market following last week’s revelations about the SIG SAUER P320. That, however is an expensive and time consuming proposition, something we’re not set up to do. Not to mention . . . that failure- and […]

SIG SAUER: P320 Striker-Fired Pistols Are Drop-Safe

Reports in recent days have called into question the safety of SIG SAUER’s popular P320 pistol, the very same platform recently selected by the US Army.  These rumors have spread through the internet and social media to the extent that the Dallas Police Department temporarily suspended their approval of officers who chose to carry P320’s […]

Will SIG Break GLOCK’s Law Enforcement Stranglehold?

GLOCKs may not win any beauty pageants, but they work. When they first came out, GLOCKs faced a lot of scrutiny and skepticism over the polymer frames’ durability and reliability (especially after the factory recalled the entire first run). In a few short years, GLOCK’s popularity skyrocketed. Today, almost two-thirds of US law enforcement agencies use […]

Gun Review: SIG SAUER P320

Polymer framed striker fired handguns are all the rage at the moment, but there’s always something that bugged me about them. The basis of the guns are a metal chassis, but in order to make the frame they mold the chassis into the frame itself. That always struck me as a lazy solution to the […]