Proceeds from the SIG Texas Ranger Edition P320 benefit a Ranger charity.

SIG Sauer, in partnership with the Former Texas Ranger Foundation, just released a new pistol. The Texas Ranger Edition P320 Pistol sends a portion of the sales to benefit the Former Texas Rangers Foundation. The non-profit organization supports the historical preservation and values of the Texas Rangers.

SIG Sauer Texas Ranger Edition P320

“For nearly 200 years, the Texas Rangers have served and protected the Lone Star State, my beloved home state, and today the SIG SAUER P320 is in service with the officers of all 13 divisions of the Texas Department of Public Safety, including the Texas Rangers,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “This unique pistol is a true collector’s item and honors the service of the Texas Rangers with a Texas Ranger TXR serial number, customized Texas Ranger engravings, and a challenge coin in the shape of the iconic Texas Ranger badge. We are honored to have this opportunity to commemorate the historical significance of the Texas Rangers through the production of this P320 and help to advance the mission of the Former Texas Ranger Foundation.”

The Texas Ranger Edition P320, a full-size, striker-fired 9mm, comes with a modular polymer grip. SIGLITE Night Sights provide the sight picture. Meanwhile, two 17-round steel magazines comes standard.

Special features include a TXR serial number, custom engraved Nitron slide and a challenge coin. The slide features a badge and the famous Texas Ranger mantra, “One Riot, One Ranger.” The challenge coin also pays tribute to the Ranger badge.

The Texas Rangers enjoy a proud history and a special place in American law enforcement history. This special edition pistol honors that legacy and more. For more information, visit

Texas Ranger Edition P320 Specs

  • Overall Length: 8 inches
  • Height: 5.5 inches
  • Overall Width: 1.3 inches
  • Barrel Length: 4.7 inches
  • Sight Radius: 6.6 inches
  • Overall Weight (with magazine): 29.6 ounces

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