From SIG SAUER . . .
SIG SAUER is pleased to announce the latest addition to the SIG SAUER LEGION Series of pistols with the introduction of the P320-AXG LEGION featuring a new two-port slide and Aluminum X-SERIES Grip (AXG) module that, combined, delivers a 30% felt recoil reduction and an ultra-premium shooting experience.
“Since its inception, the LEGION line of products has represented the pinnacle of performance and engineering, and the P320-AXG LEGION is no exception,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “Featuring the strength and weight of the all-metal AXG grip module and the patent-pending slide-integrated expansion chamber, the P320-AXG LEGION delivers on significant recoil reduction for a shooting experience like no other pistol in its class.”
The SIG SAUER P320-AXG LEGION is an all-metal, 9mm striker-fired pistol with patent-pending integrated porting on an optics-ready slide and a full-size AXG grip module in custom LEGION gray Cerakote with black LEGION embossed G10 grip panels.
The pistol features a skeletonized flat trigger, XRAY3 Day/Night sights, removable magazine well, precision machined deep undercut, enhanced serrations, and an extended beavertail for an ergonomic, comfortable fit. The pistol comes optic-ready and optimized for use with SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO1Pro and ROMEO2, and SIG SAUER LEGION ammunition. The P320-AXG Legion ships with (3) 21-round steel magazines or (3) 10-round magazines for compliant states.
The LEGION Series pistols are an exclusive product line developed by SIG SAUER based on input from elite shooting professionals and designed to exceed the expectations of the serious shooter. The SIG SAUER LEGION is an exclusive members-only access program available to owners of the SIG SAUER LEGION Series of firearms. Upon registration of any LEGION Series firearm, members receive a complimentary case, a challenge coin matched to the firearm, exclusive access to LEGION gear and merchandise, and receive exclusive communications from SIG SAUER and the LEGION.
Overall length: 8.2 inches
Overall height: 5.5 inches
Overall width: 1.6 inches
Barrel length: 3.9 inches
Sight Radius: 5.9 inches
Weight (w/magazine): 36.1 oz.
The SIG SAUER P320-AXG LEGION is now shipping and available at retailers. To learn more about the SIG SAUER P320-AXG LEGION, or watch the product video with Phil Strader, Director of Product Management, visit sigsauer.com.
I’ve got an AXG Scorpion with some Armory Craft goodies on it. By far one of the smoothest shooters I own.
But I do like the look of this one.
My p229 legion is pretty much a safe queen at this point. I might consider listing it if I see one of these locally. Can’t do both though… compromise is having to let go of one to justify the new purchase.
looks like a nice gun.
I pulled that trigger on a +$1G handgun for the AXG as my first but if I’m being honest, the only one I truly feel like it was worth it was the Staccato. Those are the most expensive handguns I have and the Staccato was the end all to them.
But does it fire without pulling the trigger? Asking for a friend.
Shouldn’t after 2019 or whenever they improved the inertia safety issue on new production. Was it a voluntary recall that was at issue back then? Not that there weren’t other issues.
The Trace published this yesterday. For what it’s worth. The Trace is pro gun control
well may need to load a primer only cartridge and see what it takes to replicate such an event
Tell your friend that joke was soooooo 2017 😉
of the multiple Sigs I have, the P226 is still my favorite Sig. But I can always use one more gun and might give this Legion a try.
allclad is better.
this striker and p250 dao kills it.
that shiv looks wicked.
How many more variations of their guns can they make?!?!?!?!? Nearly worse than Glock!
Hate Sig these days, you know regular P320 mags do not fit in the P320 Legion? Like why?!? Seriously Sig why?
Because there’s a magwell…. All firearms with an added magwell need different baseplates to fit. Also, it says the magwell is removable so if you want to use your standard 17 rd mags without getting a new baseplate, take the magwell off – ta da!
Lipstick on a pig.