SIG Sauer brought an interesting new P320 model to Nevada last week that is a new take on the Legion series-- and borrows a bit from a P365.

The newest full-sized 9mm SIG P320 headed to the market in the coming days will use a metal Alloy XSeries Grip module paired with a slide that incorporates the same sort of integrated compensator seen on the XMacro line which was released last year. Added to this are all the sweet, sweet Legion features such as a trio of extended 21-round magazines, a competition-style magwell, SIG's excellent X-ray day/night sights, a slide cut for optics, and a skeletonized flat-faced trigger. 

 

the SIG P320 AXG Comp Legion
Note the very XMacro style top cut to the slide that, when coupled with an abbreviated barrel, functions as a compensator that can't work loose. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
the SIG P320 AXG Comp Legion
The SIG P320 AXG Comp Legion the company had on display in Nevada last week ran a 6 MOA SIG Romeo 2 micro red dot. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
the SIG P320 AXG Comp Legion
Note the front and rear slide serrations and distinctive Legion grips. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

  
SIG says they plan to have the SIG P320 AXG Comp Legion out around March or April. You can expect it to run in the $1,200 range.

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