Karl with In-Range TV tests the popular trope that the old German Luger, with its complicated toggle-action, was a jam-a-matic when used in the muddy conditions of trench warfare.
Of course the Luger wasn’t actually German, but was designed by Austrian Georg Luger and adopted first by the Swiss army in May 1900, though it went on to gain its fame in the army of the Kaiser. Officially replaced by the Walther P-38 in the Second World War, the P.08 has gotten a second-hand bad wrap since then as being too over-complicated for rough work under field conditions.
The Sig Sauer p320 X5 Legion has been on the market for a little while now. So I wanted to bring you a review after shooting more than 30,000 rounds through mine over a year of competing in 3-gun and USPSA.