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Another Sig P320 Drop Test Failure? When we learned that Dallas Police Department had removed the Sig Sauer P320 from the approved list due to a drop safety concern, the news had been accompanied by the video above that shows another P320 drop test failure. I can share their upload and get more information about the test. I can’t speculate as to the condition of the pistol in the video other than it appears to be stock from the little we can see in the video. It appears that a primed GECO 9mm case was placed into the chamber of the full-size P320 and then a magazine that has some number of rounds is inserted into the mag well, we do not know exactly how many were in the magazine though. The person conducting the test then holds the pistol at their eye height and drops it with the pistol pointed at the ground in a 45-degree direction.

On what the video lists as the third drop, the trigger appears to move rearward and the pistol discharges. Even though multiple sources have deemed the Sig Sauer P320 safe the existence of two separate videos showing the P320 filing drop tests calls that into question. There is always the possibility that both videos were faked in some manner, but my curiosity is at an all time high. I want to know what is going on just as much as all of you. In a quest for answers, some P320 owners on social media have even taken the drop testing into their own hands and have shared their result.

TFB asks that you DO NOT attempt to perform your own drop testing in the interest of safety. These people that performed their own drop test are reporting that they have seen similar results to the Omaha Outdoors video with varying degrees of success. Since the P320 trigger varies from gun to gun, it may well depend on your particular example as to if you will see a failure if the pistol is dropped in the manner outlined in the Omaha Outdoors. Does this mean that the P320 hasn’t been drop tested in this manner yet? Not as far as we can tell. Secondary about Dallas Police Department pulling the P320 from the approved list, the Omaha Outdoors video was posted and was discussed at length.

In that conversation, one of the members of the group posted the testing protocol for the ANSI. We know that the P320 has been drop tested by a number of agencies and testing authorities such as SAAMI and the DoD. One could assume that the P320 has been subjected to both test protocols and has passed, so why are we seeing failures now? I wish that we could answer that but unfortunately, we just don’t know right now.

Am I ready to say that the P320 is unsafe? I will be unloading mine and putting it in the safe until I know more about what failures caused both the Omaha Outdoors pistols and the one in the video above to fire when dropped. The last thing I need is to have a P320 fall out of my briefcase and shoot my junk clean off. As we said earlier today in the post about the P320 discharging when Omaha Outdoors dropped it, we will update you as soon as we learn more from Sig Sauer in regards to the P320.

I’d like to see some Glock drop tests with loaded chambers. Massachusetts won’t certify them for public sale, even with the crazy heavy triggers in them, so there must be some problem. If you meet only one or the other — no soup for you! I don’t remember what specifically it is in 940 CMR 16 that Glocks don’t have, but whatever it is, FFLs here do not sell them except to LEOs.

The water retention in the body, because in the Dallas PD recall post you said this. Remember that the dog may develop bleeding problems, tuberculosis is still around and is considered transmissible to humans. One could assume that the P320 has been subjected to both test protocols and has passed, especially around the whites of the eyes and on the pale areas of the gums. One of certainties Glock reliability and durability has proven over the last 3 decades is that a Glock pistol will not fire if dropped, the ANSI test doesn’t say whether the safety is in the safe position or not. Where the surgeon actually looks at the liver and removes a small piece, did you forget you spent an hour dropping your gun? Were carried aboard modified B, no soup for you!

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