SIG P32 Pistols

In February 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Sig Sauer, Inc. alleging that the company misrepresented that SIG P32 semi-automatic pistols were “drop safe” and “[wouldn’t] fire unless you want[ed them] to” when, according to the complaint, the guns had a drop fire defect and may have inadvertently discharged ammunition if they were dropped on the ground. (Gordon et al v. Sig Sauer, Inc., Case No. 19-cv-585, S. D. TX.)

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