SIG SAUER® Compatible Pistol Kit
The SIG P320 is one of the greatest modular handgun platforms to hit the market. Introduced in 2014, the P320 uses an innovative "universal" firearm chassis, capable of swapping three calibers and four sizes for a plethora of applications: Choose 9mm, .357 SIG, or .40 S&W and pick between a Full-Size, Carry, Compact, or Subcompact barrel, grip, and slide. Of course, such a platform deserves the at-home 80% receiver treatment. With one of these SIG SAUER® Compatible Pistol Kits, you get the ability to configure every type of handgun you could ever want or need.
The MUP1 80% Fire Control Insert
Like the 80% lower receiver for the AR-15, the P320-compatible platform utilizes an 80% version of the Sig's factory chassis, called the MUP1 FCU insert. Completing the final manufacturing steps of the insert transforms it into a firearm by legal definition. With the MUP1 insert drilled and machined, final assembly of your complete pistol takes just a few minutes. Then you're ready to carry or hit the range.
Building a Handgun From Scratch
The ATF and federal law (specifically, the Gun Control Act of 1968) states it is legal for a private citizen to build a firearm at home, from scratch, for personal use, no license required. Doing so does not require going through an FFL, submitting any paperwork, or paying extra taxes or fees to any government agency. The only component of the Sig P320 considered a firearm is the MUP1 chassis, once the chassis has been drilled and machined to be made functional.
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