SIG SAUER P320 FOR SALE.
SIG’s goal was simple — design a competition pistol based on the P320, keep its reliability, and minimize anything that limits accuracy.
The P320 XFive is that pistol, and it succeeds at its design goal very well.
The expense in this handgun isn’t in modifying the pistol after the fact for competition use.
The expense occurred during testing and evaluation at SIG, which makes the pistol is an affordable option.
The P320 XFive Legion should be a reliable handgun that runs well for many years without upgrades or modifications.
The Legion treatment is comparable to the P226 and P220 Legion pistols. The pistol features a PVD finish called Legion Gray. This is a very attractive and durable finish.
The pistol also features 25 lines-per-square-inch checkering in the right place. SIG has also performed the incredible feat of infusing tungsten into the SIG P320’s polymer frame.
The result is a pistol that weighs 44 ounces — about 10 ounces more than the standard P320. The result is outstanding heft and balance.
Over the last few years, SIG has come out with a number of variations of their P320 line.
The beauty of the P320 system is the removable fire control unit, so you can really design whatever kind of handgun you want in a given situation.
Whether it’s a full-size range gun, compensated project gun or a small carry handgun, the P320 can be turned into any of those.
SIG’s newest addition is the P320 AXG Scorpion. Let’s take a deeper dive into this newest addition of the P320 line.
SIG’s new AXG (Alloy XSeries Grip) Scorpion comes out Custom Works division of the company which is where most of the premium handguns come from.
The real party piece of the AXG is its metal alloy frame that makes the gun feel like some of SIG’s original P-series handguns. SIG decided to take the best aspects of various models and combine them all into their newest addition, the AXG Scorpion.
Every AXG will come with the skeletonized trigger out of the Legion series, the updated X-RAY3 night sights and optics plate from the RXP line, and finished off with their new alloy frame.