SIG SAUER’s New RXP Pistols Come Pre-Mounted With a ROMEO1PRO Red Dot

SIG SAUER RXP red dot

Courtesy SIG SAUER

SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to introduce red dot accuracy right out-of-the box with the P320 RXP Series pistols. The P320 Full-Size, Compact, XFULL, and XCOMPACT RXP pistols combine the latest advancements in reflex optics with a factory installed ROMEO1PRO Reflex Optic from SIG SAUER Electro-Optics with the award-winning P320 pistol.

“Red Dot Reflex Optics have long been the standard amongst the military and law enforcement, and are rapidly growing in popularity amongst commercial consumers. The number one barrier to universal adoption of the red dot in the commercial market is the installation and zeroing of the optic on the pistol,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc.

“SIG SAUER is the only manufacturer in the firearms industry that can truly integrate a firearm and an optic into a single system right from the factory to completely eliminate the installation hesitation of the red dot. With the introduction of the SIG SAUER P320 RXP series of pistols we are leading the Red Dot Revolution so end users can easily achieve greater performance and increased accuracy with one simple purchase.”

The P320 RXP Full-Size and Compact Series Pistols are 9mm striker-fired pistols that come with a factory installed ROMEO1PRO Open Reflex 6MOA sight and suppressor height backup sights, ambidextrous slide catch lever, reversible magazine catch, and a modular polymer grip module available in small, medium, and large. The intuitive 3-point takedown of the pistol requires no trigger pull for disassembly, and safety features include a striker safety and disconnect safety. The P320 Full-Size RXP comes with (2) 17-round magazines, and the P320 Compact RXP comes with (2) 15-round magazines.

P320 X-Full (Courtesy SIG SAUER)

P320 X-Full (Courtesy SIG SAUER)

The P320 XFULL and XCOMPACT RXP are 9mm striker-fired pistols that come with a factory installed ROMEO1PRO Open Reflex 6MOA sight, and the XSERIES features including X-RAY3 Day/Night suppressor height backup sights, XSERIES grip module with improved ergonomics, flat trigger for a clean 90 degree break, NITRON® XSERIES Slide, and extended ambidextrous slide catch lever.

The intuitive 3-point takedown of the pistol requires no trigger pull for disassembly, and safety features include a striker safety and disconnect safety. Full-size RXP pistols come with (2) 17-round or 10-round stainless steel magazines, and compact RXP pistols come with (2) 15-round magazine or 10-round stainless steel magazines. The 10-round magazines are state compliant.

The SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO1PRO featured on all RXP pistols is a miniature open reflex red dot sight, available in a 6MOA red dot on RXP pistols. It comes with 12 brightness settings for a full range of lighting conditions, and the TruHold™ Lockless Zeroing System designed to endure recoil and return to zero shot after shot.

The ROMEO1PRO features a molded glass aspheric lens with high-performance coatings for superior light transmittance and zero distortion, a new upgraded point-source emitter for increased brightness in day or night conditions, MOTAC, a 20,000-hour battery life, and an IPX-7 waterproof rating. The ROMEO1PRO is housed in aircraft grade aluminum to ensure corrosion resistance. The ROMEO1PRO optic is also sold separately at sigsauer.com and retailers in 3MOA or 6MOA and includes a ruggedized steel protective shroud in the box for extreme durability.

P320 Full-Size RXP:

Overall Length: 8.0”
Overall Height: 6.3”
Overall Width: 1.3”
Barrel Length: 4.7”
Sight Radius: 6.6”
Weight (incl. magazine): 29.5 oz.

P320 Compact RXP:

Overall Length: 7.2”
Overall Height: 6.1”
Overall Width: 1.3”
Barrel Length: 3.9”
Sight Radius: 5.8”
Weight (incl. magazine): 26 oz

P320 XFULL RXP:

Overall Length: 8.2”
Overall Height: 6.3”
Overall Width: 1.3”
Barrel Length: 4.7”
Sight Radius: 6.6”
Weight (incl. magazine): 29 oz

P320 XCOMPACT RXP:

Overall Length: 7.0”
Overall Height: 6.3”
Overall Width: 1.3”
Barrel Length: 3.6”
Sight Radius: 5.5”
Weight (incl. magazine): 25.3 oz.

ROMEO1PRO Open Reflex Red Dot Sight Specs:

Magnification: 1 x 30mm
Illumination Settings: 10 Daytime / 2 Night Vision
Window Height: .71in / 18mm
Window Width: 1.1in / 28mm
Weight: 1.0oz / 28g
Battery: CR1632
Waterproofing: IPX-7
Overall Elevation Adjustment Range: 100 MOA
Overall Windage Adjustment Range: 100 MOA

 

comments

  1. avatar Swarf says:

    “SIG SAUER is the only manufacturer in the firearms industry that can truly integrate a firearm and an optic into a single system right from the factory”

    Well, you and SCCY…

    1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

      sccy doesn’t make a red dot.

  2. avatar Rad Man says:

    Throw on a weapon light and maybe a muzzle brake and you’ve got a nifty Roland Special, if you’re into that kind of thing.

  3. avatar Greg says:

    Kimber does it too.

    1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

      kimber doesn’t make optics.

  4. avatar Anymouse says:

    Why is there a gap between the bottom of the front sight and the full size slide?

    1. avatar Hannibal and the Elephants says:

      Because they are dovetail sights. The vertical part of the sight is never supposed to contact the top of the slide, if for no other reason, so that you don’t scratch the crap out of the slide when the sight is installed. It is generally not noticeable unless one looks at it at exactly the correct angle as in the photo. The backlighting used to take the photo makes the gap even more noticeable due to diffraction of the light passing through the gap.

  5. avatar Hannibal and the Elephants says:

    I have installed and zeroed my share of red dot sights and unlike my grandfather am not even an amateur gun smith. The mechanics are fairly straightforward and are covered well in most instruction manuals supplied with the sights. The hard part is that often that some secret adapter plate or slightly different length screws that no one tells you about are required. Sighting in is straight forward and should if one shoots consistent groups should not take very long. Anyone without butterfingers, who knows the correct loktite, can handle a screwdriver, can shoot subMOA groups and has internet access can figure it out,…Oh Fudge! Just let SIG do it for you and save your evenings for catching up on old Walking Dead episodes

  6. avatar Jason says:

    No Carry model? Why?

    1. avatar RonnieB223 says:

      The x compact is definitely carry friendly. Usually my edc unless I require deep concealment.

  7. avatar BusyBeef says:

    This isn’t new. They’ve been selling the RX package since at least 2017.

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