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sig sauer p226 legion

Although I have shot a few SIG handguns over the years, I have never handled a P226. My first SIG was a P220 in .45 ACP and I never really warmed up to that gun. I understand why there are fanboys of certain firearms, and SIG certainly has them, especially when it comes to the 226.

The Army ultimately adopted the Beretta 92;

which I suspect is one of the biggest reasons for the fan club.

Out of the box I was impressed with the Legion version of the P226, the grips were nice and felt good in the hand. when gripping are a reduced and contoured beavertail and more aggressive front strap checkering as well as the addition of checkering under the trigger guard.


The pull of the double action/single action was impressive for a “stock trigger.”

This is not the stock trigger that I was familiar with on the previous SIGs that I have shot. The Legion comes with the SRT (Short-Reset-Trigger) and included the Grayguns, Inc.-designed P-SAIT trigger.

With 35 years of history, the SIG P226 has an impressive reputation as a reliable sidearm. The Legion version comes ready from the box to carry every day or to hit the range for a match.

The MSRP is $1,413, but can be found at most places for $1,199. The additional slide and optic from SIG are $399. If you are looking for something that you can shoot all day from your competition holster and then stick in your carry holster after the match has been torn down, check out the SIG P226 Legion.


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