Haven’t shot it yet but dry fire feels good. I didn’t change out any springs yet, just the trigger shoe.Off topic but how do you like the Agency Trigger?
A company at Shot also just announced a new grip frame for the 320 that takes p365 mags, could make a nice carry gun. Having very limited experience with both 19x and p320, my vote is for the 320.Okay, wasn’t gonna say anything but here’s my take. Having owned both 19X and the G45, I would choose a G45MOS over the 19X. The 19X is great if you’re stuck on an FDE color. The 45/45MOS will give you the same barrel/slide/grip combo as the 19X, the Gen 5 trigger, front slide serrations, a beautiful large flared magwell without the annoying lip of the 19X, and the addition of an optic cut if you go with the MOS version.
I just got the Sig P320 M18 in the other day. I’m still changing things because I wanted to run a red dot. And I haven’t shot it yet but am super excited. P320’s are shooters, accurate barrels with nice stock triggers, modular in every way, and the M18 offers you a PVD finish, front serrations, the addition of a thumb safety, and an Optic Cut right out of the box.
The M18 probably gonna run you about $20-50 more, but IMO you get more for your money. Take the M18 FCU out and drop it into a Flux MP17 or B&T USW brace. Want a shorter length grip for carry, change the grip module. The modularity is what sets the M18 apart. I’d also argue that the M18 trigger might be easier to shoot for some people than a standard Glock trigger.