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Old 05-03-2021, 5:41 PM
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Hey guys. Wondering if I'll have any problems adding a P320 to a CCW application? It was originally purchased as a 5" barrel X5 model but I want to drop the serialized FCU into a sub-compact grip + 3.6" barrel and slide. Will this be an issue?
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The serialized component is the FCU. If the caliber does not change, then you still have a say, 9 mm P320 with Serial Number X.

Seems like that would be just fine...

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PS. Edited to say, I have a P320 on my CCW, and there is no identifying characteristic besides model and serial number, and caliber.
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Hey guys. Wondering if I'll have any problems adding a P320 to a CCW application? It was originally purchased as a 5" barrel X5 model but I want to drop the serialized FCU into a sub-compact grip + 3.6" barrel and slide. Will this be an issue?
May help if you disclose what county.

As Kate said, probably non-issue as long as your IA allows modifications since you’re not changing caliber type.
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May help if you disclose what county.

As Kate said, probably non-issue as long as your IA allows modifications since you’re not changing caliber type.
That's how I see it too.

I'm in San Bernardino and have my P320 listed on my permit. In their training videos for renewal this year they say that you are free to make any modifications to your firearms.

I look at it the same way. As long as you keep the same calibre as listed in AFS (? i always forget the acronym) you should be OK. I bought mine as a Compact, which could easily be carried. But, I plan on carrying mine as a Sub-compact.
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Hey guys. Wondering if I'll have any problems adding a P320 to a CCW application? It was originally purchased as a 5" barrel X5 model but I want to drop the serialized FCU into a sub-compact grip + 3.6" barrel and slide. Will this be an issue?
May help if you disclose what county.

As Kate said, probably non-issue as long as your IA allows modifications since you’re not changing caliber type.
That's how I see it too.

I'm in San Bernardino and have my P320 listed on my permit. In their training videos for renewal this year they say that you are free to make any modifications to your firearms.

I look at it the same way. As long as you keep the same calibre as listed in AFS (? i always forget the acronym) you should be OK. I bought mine as a Compact, which could easily be carried. But, I plan on carrying mine as a Sub-compact.
Make, model, caliber, and serial number are requirements under CA LTC laws. [PC 26175(i)]

So, if the handgun you are carrying does not exactly match what is listed (make, model, caliber, serial number), then it is not legal to conceal carry it.


For SBSD...
As long as it matchs the AFS listing (make, model, serial number, caliber), then it won't be an issue.
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