SIG Releases Special Edition ‘Thin Blue Line’ P320 Carry Pistol for LEOs

The Thin Blue Line P320.

SIG Sauer is putting out a special edition, carry-sized version of the P320 for the law enforcement community.

Known as the “Thin Blue Line” model, SIG is offering it in partnership with the National Association of Police Equipment Distributors (NAPED).

Chambered in 9mm, this modular striker-fired pistol features a serialized trigger group, interchangeable polymer group module, and SIGLITE Night Sights. The slide is decorated with the Thin Blue Flag, which pays tribute to those now serving as well as those who’ve fallen in the line of duty.

“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, in a press release.

“The Thin Blue Line Flag is a powerful image that evokes emotion,” conitnued Jankiewicz. “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.”

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The gun will be available for purchase starting on June 8th, during the launch of the NAPED Annual General Meeting in Savannah, Georgia.  It will only be available to LEO community via NAPED.  Sales of the pistol will continue 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,” he continued.

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About the author: S.H. Blannelberry is the News Editor of GunsAmerica.

{ 6 comments… add one }
  • Ed June 1, 2018, 11:39 pm

    Just don’t drop the POS AND SHOOT YOURSELF IN THE HEAD.

  • Gonz973- June 1, 2018, 9:34 am

    Note to Sig,

    That star field should be advancing.
    NOT retreating.

    Disappointing Sig. No one caught this?!

    • Jeff June 1, 2018, 4:54 pm

      In this particular case, you are wrong and here’s why… Technically speaking, the U.S. Flag Code only applies to American flags and this is not technically an American flag even though it is made in an American flag design format. The American flag is ALWAYS red, white, and blue and no other colors are authorized except for the use of a yellow/gold fringe/trim on the outer edge of flags that are not designed to be flown outdoors. So technically speaking, this design is fine. 😉

      • Jamie June 3, 2018, 2:30 pm

        Going off your words this is still wrong.

        With that being said even though it may be seen as “artistic” I would still rather the flag not retireting, or in other words taking the fight to the enemy.

  • Infidel762X51 June 1, 2018, 7:48 am

    It’s too bad they didn’t do this on a pistol worth carrying like the P250 or P224.

    • Adam June 1, 2018, 11:30 am

      Those guns are several years old and a new color won’t make them sell any better.

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