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SIG SAUER Introduces Special Edition Thin Blue Line P320 Pistol to Law Enforcement Professionals

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SIG SAUER, Inc., in partnership with the National Association of Police Equipment Distributors (NAPED), is pleased to announce it will begin offering a Special Edition Thin Blue Line SIG SAUER P320 Carry-size pistol. Availability for the this special edition pistol will begin at the NAPED Annual General Meeting being held June 8th – 10th in Savannah, Georgia and extend through December 2018.

“More and more law enforcement agencies across the country are choosing the SIG SAUER P320 as their standard duty pistol due to its modularity, dependability, and accuracy,” said Tim Brown, President of NAPED and GT Distributors. “SIG SAUER’s commitment to the law enforcement community is unwavering, and we are proud to participate in this very important and meaningful partnership with an associate member of our organization.”

The Special Edition Thin Blue Line SIG SAUER P320 Carry-size pistol is a 9mm, modular striker-fired pistol with serialized trigger group, interchangeable polymer group module, and SIGLITE Night Sights. The slide is adorned with the imagery of a Thin Blue Line Flag; the thin blue line representing the officer and the courage they find in the face of adversity, and the black background serving as a constant reminder of their fallen officers.

“It’s an honor for all of us here at SIG SAUER to serve our law enforcement community, and it’s humbling to earn the trust of police departments across the country through the selection of our firearms as their official duty sidearm,” said Tom Jankiewicz, Executive Vice President, Law Enforcement Sales. “The Thin Blue Line Flag is a powerful image that evokes emotion. We felt that by creating this Special Edition Thin Blue Line SIG SAUER P320 Carry-size pistol, in partnership with NAPED, was a compelling tribute to honor the fallen, and the sacrifices being made every day by our men and women in blue.”

The Special Edition Thin Blue Line SIG SAUER P320 Carry-size pistol is only available to the law enforcement community through the National Association of Police Equipment Distributors. NAPED is a non-profit association for law enforcement and public safety distributors, manufacturers, and industry professionals. It was founded for the purpose of developing strong business relationships, and to provide a resource for the best quality products and services for law enforcement professionals.

To learn more about the SIG P-320, visit sigsauer.com.



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2 Comments

  1. I wish they were available to non law enforcement officers, and i would probably buy one, but if they’re not available, I guess I will just be happy with what I already own, I have a Smith & Wesson38 Special, a Glock 19 9mm, a 32 caliber, a Taurus PT111 in 9mm, and I am happy with all of my weapon, and I have had a concealed weapons permit since the beginning of year 2000, and carry Dailey.

    1. Also I have a laser sight on all of my weapons, except or for the 38 and 32, which I don’t carry. I find the guns equipped with a laser sigbt is a lot easier to hit my target, because I don’t even have to line my sights up, all i have to do is put my laser where I want my bullet to hit and it’s on target in less than half the time as lining up my front sight with my back sight. Another piece of advice is, I carry legal insurance through the USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association), but you can also get legal insurance through the NRA, and my advise is if you can’t afford the insurance, don’t carry a weapon, because if you happen to kill someone, and you don’t have legal insurance, you will either end up in prison or the poor house, and maybe both.

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