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The P220 Legion is an enhanced version of the gun that started it all for modern day SIG. Finished in a proprietary Legion gray coating and featuring custom G-10 grips with a Legion medallion the P220 Legion is improved in nearly every way. The stainless-steel slide sports SIG SAUER Electro-Optics X-RAY high visibility daynight sights as well as front cocking serrations that provide greater purchase for cycling the action clearing the firearm or conducting press checks.The P220 in DASA includes a reduced and contoured Elite beavertail which allows for a higher grip and a reduced profile thus eliminating printing. More aggressive front strap checkering and additional checkering under the trigger guard enhance the grip. An X-Five undercut has been applied to the trigger guard allowing for a higher grip and greater control. The P220 Legion also features low-profile decocking and slide-catch levers to reduce the risk of snagging. An enhanced polished action with the SRT (Short-Reset Trigger) is augmented with a Grayguns Inc. P-SAIT trigger. In addition a solid steel guide rod adds weight where it matters most. The P220 Legion ships with three 8-round magazines. - CALIBER 45 Auto - ACTION TYPE SAO - FRAME SIZE Full-Size - GRIP TYPE Black G10 - FRAME FINISH Legion Gray - FRAME MATERIAL Alloy - SLIDE FINISH Legion Gray - SLIDE MATERIAL Stainless Steel - BARREL MATERIAL Carbon Steel - ACCESSORY RAIL SIG Rail - TRIGGER SAO - TRIGGER TYPE P-SAIT - TRIGGER PULL SA 4.4 lb (20 N) - BARREL LENGTH 4.4 in (112 mm) - OVERALL LENGTH 7.7 in (196 mm) - OVERALL WIDTH 1.3 in (34 mm) - HEIGHT 5.5 in (140 mm) - WEIGHT 30.4 oz (862 g)
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