New laser-sculpted P365 grip module

If you are looking to upgrade your SIG Sauer® P365, while providing a firm grip for carry – or competition – this is an affordable way to get a customized module.

The custom designed, laser-sculpted SIG Sauer® P365 Grip Module starts off as a factory P365 grip module.

P320 base pads

Hard-Duty SIG P320 Magazine Base Pads

Custom SIG P320 hard-duty base pads for military, LE or enthusiast use. Tested for repeated drops on concrete or asphalt while surviving the abuse.

New laser-sculpted P320 xCarry grip module

If you are looking to upgrade your SIG Sauer® P320, while providing a firm grip for carry or competition, this is an affordable way to get a customized module.

The custom designed, laser-sculpted SIG Sauer® P320 xCarry Grip Module starts off as a standard SIG xCarry grip module (full-sized grip for the 17-round, standard capacity magazines with the 3.9 inch barrel length.)

Grayguns AIWB/IWB Holster

Grayguns Custom Inside-the-Waistband or Appendix Inside-the-Waistband Holster. Wear in the appendix, inside-the-waistband position or at the 3-4 o’clock position – your choice.

This custom-designed holster a collaboration between PHLster Holster, Henry Holsters and Mike Grasso from Grayguns.

Boresight Solutions P320 xCompact Grip Module

The new P320 “xCompact” Grip Module is a collaboration between Ben Simonson (Boresight Solutions), Bruce Gray (Grayguns) and Mike Grasso (LAPD & Grayguns). We’ve taken an xCarry grip and customized to Carry size for 15-round magazines.

P320 Trigger Exchange Program

Today, Grayguns announced the process for our P320 trigger exchange program for those who purchased our Practical Enhanced Leverage Trigger, and those who had in-house action work completed on their gun.

Lane wins US IPSC Production title

Mason Lane continued to impress the shooting community by taking first place in Production at the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) US Nationals in July. Focusing primarily on USPSA and IDPA during the last two years, Lane – a top amateur in the sport – reset priorities early this summer, and the dedication shows.

Lane at US IPSC NationalsLane shot the more challenging portion of the two-day match on day one. “I had a couple blow-ups on the first day,” Lane said. “On the second day, I knew where I was and knew where I needed to be to do well.” Lane had difficulty on two stages on the first day. The first combined very challenging leans with with multiple swingers at distances between 15 and 25 yards.

The second stage he had difficulty with was actually his favorite. “Every transition on the stage was a change in difficulty and you had to run out to a pick-up start,” Lane commented. “Even though it was only 16 or 18 rounds, that’s the type of stage design I enjoy.”

When asked about preparation for the IPSC matches, Mason mentioned he needed to make some gear changes and get comfortable with the different rules. For IPSC matches, shooters are not allowed to take a sight picture at the make-ready command, and they have a very limited amount of time to put a stage plan together.

Lane also shot a few United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) matches applying the IPSC rules, including staying within the fault lines during the stage run. “I’m so used to the USPSA rule set, I didn’t want to loose points on a rule violation in Florida or in France later this month,” Lane commented.

Lane shooting at IPSC US NationalsLane was also thankful SIG Sauer Academy provided him range time and the ability to easily set up practice drills. “The long distance swingers at the IPSC US Nationals really showed me what I needed to work on,” Lane continued. “If you stopped by to visit me at the bay recently, I was shooting swingers and I really appreciate the accommodations SIG provided.”

Next up for Lane is a trip to the National Shooting Center in Châteauroux, France for the IPSC Handgun World Shoot. The multi-day match – 30 stages shot over five days – will have more 1,400 shooters attending. The main match starts on Aug. 27, but events and pre-matches started Aug. 21.

Mason earned a slot at the World Shoot thank to his excellent performance at the 2017 IPSC US Nationals and previous USPSA and  IPSC Nationals. More than 50 shooters earned invitations this year, and this will be the first time Lane attends a World Shoot.

Lane - US World Shoot uniformWhen shooting in the USPSA Production and Limited divisions, Lane competes with a Grayguns-tuned SIG SAUER P320. For IPSC, he shoots a stock P320 with a Grayguns sights custom built by SPD Tool.

You can follow the results from the 2017 World Shoot online via the Practiscore website.

 

 

Aiming for Zero

Grayguns pledges 5% of in-house revenue to Aiming for Zero

Aiming for ZeroGrayguns is a proud supporter of Aiming for Zero, and through Labor Day Weekend, we will be contributing 5 percent of our in-house action work revenue to this great cause.

Active Heroes is an IRS approved 501c3 charity with the mission to support all U.S. military service members, veterans and their families through physical, educational, and emotional programs in an effort to eliminate suicide. Active Heroes’ vision is to eliminate military/veteran suicide.

Aiming for Zero – an integral part of Active Heroes – provides the national competitive shooting community a channel through which to focus their efforts to support ending veteran suicide.

Between Independence Day and Labor Day, Grayguns will be contributing 5 percent of our in-house action work revenue towards Aiming for Zero. To get started today, complete our Action Work Pre-Order Form.

Aiming for Zero – Get Involved!

Even if you are not sending in a gun for custom action work to Grayguns, you can contribute to this great program and have a chance to win a gun from SIG Sauer Academy, tuned by the staff here at Grayguns.

At the NRA Annual Meeting, Grayguns provided more than 450 Aiming for Zero targets to attendees who expressed interest in joining the challenge and supporting Aiming for Zero. Now it’s time to shoot your target and contribute!

You’ll have a chance to win a SIG Sauer P320 X5 or a P320 RX. One P320 RX will be given away to a random entry and one P320 X5 will be awarded to the highest score entry.

Review the full contest rules available online.

  1. If you have not already been provided a target or ordered your targets, click here to order five, 10, 25 or 50 Aiming for Zero targets.
  2. Shoot the 50-round course of fire as defined on the target.
  3. Take a photo of your target. You can have a friend take a photo with you and the target if you’d like.
  4. Enter the contest (click here) by providing your name, email address, phone number and photo of your target. You can enter as many times as you’d like, with a donation of $10 per target.

You’ve got plenty of time to shoot your targets and get them submitted online, but you’ll need to do so before Sept. 4, 2017 to be eligible to win.

Our team has been busy shooting the Aiming for Zero Challenge!

Aiming for Zero

Supporting Aiming for Zero

Grayguns is proud to support Aiming for Zero. Aiming for Zero provides the national competitive shooting community a channel through which to focus their efforts to support ending veteran suicide. Individuals, groups or clubs hosted side stages, full matches and other creative methods at their local ranges.

Active Heroes works with these ranges to target veterans who are struggling with awareness and trained peer mentors. Since a majority of suicides comes at the hand of a fire arm, it became a priority of Active Heroes to reach the veteran shooting community. It has proven to be very successful in supporting veterans within the community.

How you can help Aiming for Zero

Our good friend, Gerry Tetreau from SIG SAUER Academy recently helped organize an Aiming for Zero charity match at the academy in New Hampshire, and he’s also created a special target that will help you become a better shooter and support Aiming for Zero.

You may not have been able to attend the charity match, but you can still participate for a chance at winning a SIG P320 X5 or a P320 RX!

At the NRA Annual Meeting, Grayguns provided more than 450 Aiming for Zero targets to attendees who expressed interest in joining the challenge and supporting Aiming for Zero. Now it’s time to shoot your target and contribute! Review the full contest rules available online.

  1. If you have not already been provided a target or ordered your targets, click here to order five, 10, 25 or 50 Aiming for Zero targets.
  2. Shoot the 50-round course of fire as defined on the target.
  3. Take a photo of your target. You can have a friend take a photo with you and the target if you’d like.
  4. Enter the contest (click here) by providing your name, email address, phone number and photo of your target. You can enter as many times as you’d like, with a donation of $10 per target.

You’ve got plenty of time to shoot your targets and get them submitted online, but you’ll need to do so before Sept. 4, 2017 to be eligible to win.

Jerry Tetreau and other volunteers at the Aiming for Zero charity match at SIG SAUER Academy on May 13, 2017.

 

Grayguns at NRA Annual Meeting in Atlanta

This year was the first year Grayguns attended and had a booth at the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting. This year’s event was held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta and featured more than 800 exhibitors, 81,000 attendees and a visit from President Donald Trump on Friday afternoon.

NRA Annual Meeting Ashlynn Greene, Lena Miculek

Grayguns competitive shooter Ashlynn Greene with Lena Miculek, also supported by Grayguns.

At the show, Grayguns introduced our new P-Series Precision Adjustable Straight Trigger. It’s designed to fit both current and older model SIG SAUER® traditional double action (DA/SA/decocker) and DAK-equipped P-Series pistols, including the X5 All-Round, P220, P226, P-228, P229, and P227.

Grayguns also provided a sneak-peak of our prototype drop in action kits for the SIG SAUER P938 and P238. The kits will include a custom-designed tool steel trigger, hammer and strut which – along with appropriate springs and pins – will smooth and lighten the pull of the trigger. The “sneak peak” turned out to be an attendee favorite. Our team is working hard to finalize the project and get it into your hands!

On-site, we also had a prototype trigger for the SIG SAUER traditional single stack guns including the P225 and P239. It too was well-received and we will continue our development process for that product.

Many of you have asked about the second generation of the P-Series Perfection Action Kit. Rest assured, this project is currently our highest priority. We do not have a launch date yet, but remember, quality research, development and testing of our products does take some time. We’re certain you’ll appreciate the added features and benefits that will be included with the P-PAK Gen2.

We’ve already selected our space and have our hotels booked for the NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas next year. The show will be held Friday through Sunday, May 4 – 6. Hopefully after running into a few celebrities on the convention floor, you’ll visit us at Booth 4023.

Photos from the 2017 NRA Annual Meeting