By Tom Knighton
It wasn’t all that long ago when the Sig Sauer P320 was found to go off if dropped in a certain manner. It wasn’t the usual drop testing, which was probably how it made it through the normal quality assurance and safety checks, but it was such that it could be a potential problem.
Almost immediately, lines were divided within the firearm community with people trying to either replicate the flaw, or disprove it.
Over time, however, Sig Sauer acknowledged the error and offered a free upgrade to prevent the problem. Now, months later, few people are even talking about it.
So why am I?
Well, because it looks like someone else is having the same problem.
When we reviewed the Honor Guard handgun from Honor Defense we judged it to be a good new option for the concealed carry crowd. It passed all of our reliability tests with flying colors. One test we didn’t administer — and may have to in the future — is a drop test. As you may remember, after Omaha Outdoor’s report of a problem, we dropped an off-the-shelf SIG SAUER P320 ourselves…<a target="_blank" …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms