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SHOT Show: SIG Sauer's Legion Series | U.S. PATRIOT NEWS & REVIEWS

SHOT Show: SIG Sauer’s Legion Series

When SIG announced their Legion series this past fall of 2015, it was immediately clear this was about far more than just a few new guns. Their Legion series is about every possible aspect of self-defense: guns, knives, holsters, lights, and more. And when you purchase a firearm from the Legion series you don’t just get a gun, you get a quality case, a challenge coin, and membership into what SIG calls an “elite company.”

At SHOT Show 2016, SIG showcased their new Legion firearms at a special range event held at the Clark County Shooting Compound. Getting some trigger time with these well-made guns was a great way to start SHOT week this year, and of course we had a chance to sling lead down-range with a number of other SIG firearms as well.

The Legion series is currently made up of four guns: the P226, P226 SAO, P229, and, more recently, the P220. In fact, the P220 Legion is so new it has yet to be listed on their site and the spec sheets haven’t been made available just yet, although I’m sure I’ll have it sometime this week.

Sig LegionThese guns come in a variety of calibers: 9mm, .357 Magnum, .40 S&W, and thanks to the P220, .45 ACP – all delivered as promised with fine accuracy and reliable cycling. The satisfying sound of a bullet striking a steel plate rang out time and again with the Legion series.

Bottom line: this is a promising line of handguns that should be fantastic for concealed carry, home defense, or target shooting. And thanks to the many Legion accessories to go with them your new pistol won’t be lonely and you’ll be truly well-armed. One of the keys to self-defense is reliable, well-made equipment, and that’s what you get with SIG.

You can get a closer look at the details of these guns on SIG’s website.

From SIG Sauer: For thousands of years, one symbol has been a rallying cry for the world’s most revered warriors. And for decades, one brand of firearms has served more elite fighting forces than any other. Painstakingly engineered and enhanced for the discerning few with the same warrior spirit that inspired it. We have always given professionals what they need. Now, we are giving them what they want.

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Katherine Ainsworth

Katherine is a military and political journalist with a reputation for hard-hitting, no-holds-barred articles. Her career as a writer has immersed her in the military lifestyle and given her unique insights into the various branches of service. She is a firearms aficionado and has years of experience as a K9 SAR handler, and has volunteered with multiple support-our-troops charities for more than a decade. Katherine is passionate about military issues and feels supporting service members should be the top priority for all Americans. Her areas of expertise include the military, politics, history, firearms and canine issues.
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Katherine is a military and political journalist with a reputation for hard-hitting, no-holds-barred articles. Her career as a writer has immersed her in the military lifestyle and given her unique insights into the various branches of service. She is a firearms aficionado and has years of experience as a K9 SAR handler, and has volunteered with multiple support-our-troops charities for more than a decade. Katherine is passionate about military issues and feels supporting service members should be the top priority for all Americans. Her areas of expertise include the military, politics, history, firearms and canine issues.
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2 thoughts on “SHOT Show: SIG Sauer’s Legion Series

  1. I’d dearly love to have a P220 10mm Legion, though my wallet achs just thinking about it.

    And my apologies, but you listed the .357 magnum as a featured chambering of the Legion series, as opposed to the .357 Sig cartridge.

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