Bottom Line

The TACOPS shot a best group of 1.75-inches using SIG’s own 124-Grain V-Crown load.

There are certainly lighter suppressors around, but most of those tend to sacrifice reliability.  Sig Sauer’s SRD9 is a nice compromise, used on several pistols, it works when others will not. Balance is still excellent when mounted, especially to my SIG P229 or similar metal pistols. It worked great on the TACOPS and given its construction it will do so for many years.

I have been using a similar version of the TAC OPS for quite some time now, and it’s one of my favorite configurations. Utilizing a full-size frame, it fits my hand very well.  This is sort of a best of both worlds setup. Short enough to carry concealed, yet with plenty of features for tactical ops, including 21-round magazines. If you want to take your P320 to the next level, or mount a suppressor of your choice, this Sig Sauer P320 TACOPS Carry is just the ticket! Contact SIG SAUER; Tel.: (603) 610-3000; Web: www.sigsauer.com

Specifications: SIG SAUER P320 TACOPS CARRY

  • Action: Striker Fired
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Barrel Length: 4.6 Inches
  • OAL: 7.9 inches
  • Width: 1.3  inches
  • Weight: 26.5 ounces empty
  • MSRP: $830

Specifications: SIG SAUER SRD9

  • Construction: Titanium and Stainless Steel
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Length: 7.2 Inches
  • Diameter: 1.38 Inches
  • Weight: 9 Ounces
The stainless-steel/Titanium SIG SRD9 suppressor is as rugged as they come, and ships with both 1/2×28 and 13.5×1 LH pistons for mounting on most 9mm pistols/sub-guns.

Accuracy Testing

Ammunition                                          Velocity (f.p.s.)          Group Size

Sig Sauer 124-Grain V-Crown                  1,120                          1.75 inches

Federal HST 147-Grain                              1,007                          1.87 inches

Hornady 135-Grain +P Critical Duty         1,130                          1.90  inches

Ammo Inc 147-Grain Subsonic FMJ        1,000                          2.00 inches