SIG Sauer Announces P320 XFive Legion Pistol

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posted on July 2, 2019
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SIG Sauer has introduced ground-breaking innovation to the P320 pistol, and the expansion of its Legion Series of pistols with the 9 mm striker-fired SIG Sauer P320 XFive Legion. The pistol features the exclusive TXG grip module with a patent-pending process by infusing tungsten into the polymer material, providing the weight of steel with the flex of polymer. Additionally, this is the first striker-fired pistol to be introduced to SIG's Legion Series. 

“We are really excited about the introduction of the SIG Sauer P320 XFive Legion to the market because it embodies the forward-thinking SIG Sauer mindset when it comes to product development,” said Tom Taylor, SIG Sauer chief marketing officer and executive vice president, commercial sales. “The P320 XFive Legion is defining innovation and changing the game for competition pistols, and it’s these exclusive features that are designed to enhance the shooting experience that our Legion members have come to expect from us. The grip module is heavier, substantially reducing felt recoil and muzzle flip, and the newly developed trigger reduces pull weight by up to 30 percent for a crisp, fast shooting experience--and that’s just the start.” 

The SIG Sauer P320 XFive features a Legion Gray PVD Slide with lightening cuts, 5” match grade bull barrel, and a lightened and skeletonized trigger. The recoil assembly of the pistol has been upgraded to include a one-piece stainless-steel guide rod and a 14 lb. 1911-style spring, plus an extra 12 lb. spring, allowing the end user to easily adjust the recoil spring for a customized shooting experience. The pistol comes optic ready and is compatible with a SIG Sauer Electro-Optics ROMEO1PRO Optic or a standard DeltaPoint Pro Optic, features Dawson Precision Fiber Optic front and adjustable rear sights, and comes with three 17-round magazines with anodized aluminum Henning Group base pads. 

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.

Watch Pistol Product Manager Phil Strader explain the innovative features of the SIG Sauer P320 XFive Legion

SIG Sauer P320 XFive Specs:


Total length: 8.5”

Barrel length: 5”

Weight (incl. magazine): 43.5 oz.

Height: 5.8”

Width: 1.6”

Sight Radius: 6.8:

 

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