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Calguns, this has been my latest search..the Sig Legion it seems to be the all around go -to Sig. I know it's off roster but anyone have any experience they can add? Any luck locating one and if so what can I expect to pay?
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Watch "Sig Sauer P229 Legion Series: Welcome To The Tactical Illuminati" on YouTube
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Great marketing. That is all.
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I think you should be fine with a p226. Colion is cool and I like his videos but I'm not buying into the hype.
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It's a P226. Just get a P226, order a replacement slide w/o LCI, disable the mag disconnect and drop in an SRT... Got to go for half the price and none of the hastle. SIG has a long history of marketing different models to the fan boys. I'll be buried with mine, but can't buy into this need to improve the p226 as a combat firearm.
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Any price points out there? Especially in CA?
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Any price points out there? Especially in CA?
i hear that the price is around 1200, so i would not be surprise if you pay 500 above cost.
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i hear that the price is around 1200, so i would not be surprise if you pay 500 above cost.
That's what I'm afraid of^^
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That's what I'm afraid of^^
I want one too, but not going to pay an arm and a leg and a nut for one.
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Wondering what a sigx5 retails at in comparison
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Marketing aside, the gun looks like it has some added good features for the price.
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i'm gtg with w german variants of the P series, but good luck with your search. if you obtain a Legion pistol, a post-purchase review would be welcomed.
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Sigs already cost too much money as is.
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i'm gtg with w german variants of the P series, but good luck with your search. if you obtain a Legion pistol, a post-purchase review would be welcomed.
Will do, any calgunner is welcomed to as well
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I handled one at a local gun store in Salt Lake City. The trigger under cut makes a difference. The trigger is good, the reset is awesome. It's amazing how short the reset is. I just couldn't justify $1150 price, that's before tax. The only upside would be the fact that I would be one of the few guys in CA with one, at least when I move back. Not necessarily a good reason to buy a gun.
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I hope you find one. I REALLY want a 229 Legion. Partly because I love my 229 and think this one would be great, partly because I want the Hinderer knife, and partly because I can not easily have it. If I could get one for retail I wouldn't hesitate, but I wont pay CA prices.
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I hope you find one. I REALLY want a 229 Legion. Partly because I love my 229 and think this one would be great, partly because I want the Hinderer knife, and partly because I can not easily have it. If I could get one for retail I wouldn't hesitate, but I wont pay CA prices.
I'm looking for the ultimate 9mm, kinda seems like it
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I'm looking for the ultimate 9mm, kinda seems like it
The ultimate is an X-five, but which one depends on what kind of shooting you do.
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I just hope they sell the Legion series night sights that fit a standard 229 and P320.
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I recently bought a Sig SP2022 9MM and its a great gun. I`m a new gun owner so I dont have a lot of experience with other guns to compare but I like it a lot and it was less than $500.
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I handled one at a local gun store in Salt Lake City. The trigger under cut makes a difference. The trigger is good, the reset is awesome. It's amazing how short the reset is. I just couldn't justify $1150 price, that's before tax. The only upside would be the fact that I would be one of the few guys in CA with one, at least when I move back. Not necessarily a good reason to buy a gun.
It would be if you would want to sell it when you get to CA, would add to the price
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I'm a .40 guy so Legion P229 & P226 with shorter beaver tail and the trigger undercut would be nice addition to the family.
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I just hope they sell the Legion series night sights that fit a standard 229 and P320.

Take a look at Trijicon HD sights. Pretty much the same thing.
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I recently bought a Sig SP2022 9MM and its a great gun. I`m a new gun owner so I dont have a lot of experience with other guns to compare but I like it a lot and it was less than $500.
That's a decent price.

The Sp2022 is the sig polymer to compete with the Glock pricing.

The Legion is the high end Sig metal model.

Out here if any do make it in somehow you can expect to pay $$$$$
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I'd love to have one. But sadly, it will never come to our state.
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I'm only interested in the P226 DA/SA variant. The new features are a welcome and would cost just as much if not more to have a smith upgrade the parts and frame. It would be strictly a range weapon.

P229's should not have rails, ever, so I don't like that variant.

No point in a P226 SAO.
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Yup and when you have terrible marketing like Colt and H&K your financials are in trouble. Look at how well BCM does with their marketing.
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The biggest draw would be the triggers offered, If that is something you want it's probably a good deal at free state pricing. Here in CA you would need to pay more to get a standard gun and just add those triggers, not to mention the grips which look like the latest Hogue G10 versions, but I'm not crazy about that grip logo personally.

On the SAO version, the single action SRT feature is interesting, I'd like to try it with my 226 SAO.
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The legion series is pure marketing that caters to douchebags. While i myself am a sig fan, i feel my money is better spent acquiring a proven combat piece such as the mk25 and just sending it back to sig to have them enhance the trigger action. Costs the same if not less than a legion series, without the douchebaggery. I don't need to be "part of something" and have access to "exclusive" made in china items to spend even more money on. A keychain, coin, and commemorative case isnt going to save my life, but money better spent on ammo would. A "special" sig? Thats what an x5 is for.
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The legion series is pure marketing that caters to douchebags. While i myself am a sig fan, i feel my money is better spent acquiring a proven combat piece such as the mk25 and just sending it back to sig to have them enhance the trigger action. Costs the same if not less than a legion series, without the douchebaggery. I don't need to be "part of something" and have access to "exclusive" made in china items to spend even more money on. A keychain, coin, and commemorative case isnt going to save my life, but money better spent on ammo would. A "special" sig? Thats what an x5 is for.

So if someone buys a Legion, they are a douchebag? You're a joke. Whenever, someone protest that much it's usually because they want something but know they can't have it. Shocking your conclusion spending that money would be better spent on ammo for training. Everyone knows that. How many gun owners own multiple guns, because it's fun.

What the hell are you going to do with an X5 in the real world with 2 pound trigger pull and the fact it weighs about 5 pounds. And yes I've owned an X5. The same reason you're so outraged is the same reason you claim that an X5 is special. It's really not but sig marketed it as the ultimate competition gun.

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The legion series is pure marketing that caters to douchebags.
You're paying for the upgrades so if the "d*****b***" are willing to pay for the price, what is it to you? Do you expect Sig to sell an enhanced P226 & P229 for no extra cost?
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Second that.

The legion series adds the (Gray Guns designed) SRT and the (Grey Guns designed) Intermediate Trigger with internal over-travel stop, and the (Grey Guns Inspired) ergonomic improvements, and sells it in one gun.

The ONLY reason I want this gun to sell to some people is so that it gets put on the USPSA production list. Then I can put the intermediate trigger and reduced slide lock lever on my 226 and run it legally.
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The legion series is pure marketing that caters to douchebags. While i myself am a sig fan, i feel my money is better spent acquiring a proven combat piece such as the mk25 and just sending it back to sig to have them enhance the trigger action. Costs the same if not less than a legion series, without the douchebaggery. I don't need to be "part of something" and have access to "exclusive" made in china items to spend even more money on. A keychain, coin, and commemorative case isnt going to save my life, but money better spent on ammo would. A "special" sig? Thats what an x5 is for.

Money better spent on a non-pure marketing that catered to douchebags?

There is no functional or ergonomic difference between the MK25 and a normal P226. MK25 doesn't even have an SRT, the corrosion resistant coating is worthless in a civilian application, and the UID sticker on the MK25 was probably made in China for you all you know.

What you're paying extra for on a MK25 is corrosion resistant coating, a Navy anchor, and a UID sticker probably made in China. At least the similarly "combat proven" M11-A1 design has an SRT.

Marketing did it's job for sure.
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the legion is all about hype. if you put all the goodies in a standard, that would be ideal instead of paying the rediculous $1200-1300

I bought my X-five for that price....just FYI

so look at what your really buying. more gun? ...or more.........style points?

long time sig fan, but that series is just a little too much for what it is
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Sig's marketing dept. has been working overtime that's for sure. M11A1? DOESN'T EXIST. It's a regular 229 with a sticker and surplus 228 grips. MK25? Its a 226 with a fancy sticker. By the way the SEALS used whatever 226's Sig was making at the time of order. There is nothing special about them at all.
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Sig's marketing dept. has been working overtime that's for sure. M11A1? DOESN'T EXIST. It's a regular 229 with a sticker and surplus 228 grips. MK25? Its a 226 with a fancy sticker. By the way the SEALS used whatever 226's Sig was making at the time of order. There is nothing special about them at all.
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I don't even recall seeing the anchor on the slides of the P226 in internet pictures of naval armories. I'll have to find that thread over at SigTalk to confirm. The UID stickers were there for sure (although heavily worn), but the models were a mix of non-railed and railed variants.

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Money better spent on a non-pure marketing that catered to douchebags?

There is no functional or ergonomic difference between the MK25 and a normal P226. MK25 doesn't even have an SRT, the corrosion resistant coating is worthless in a civilian application, and the UID sticker on the MK25 was probably made in China for you all you know.

What you're paying extra for on a MK25 is corrosion resistant coating, a Navy anchor, and a UID sticker probably made in China. At least the similarly "combat proven" M11-A1 design has an SRT.

Marketing did it's job for sure.
Yeah, I strongly disagree with you on the MK25. In my opinion MK25 is the best SIG for the money.

1) Comes with factory night sights standard, which are excellent
2) Mine came with a chrome lined barrel (I am not sure that all of them did) and how could you complain about corrosion resistant coating??? I think that's pretty swell.
3) It comes with a 1913 rail. That's pretty decent.
4) It comes with the short extractor, some prefer that over the long extractor.

Compare that to the standard SIG 226 @ $1,015.00, the MK25 @ $1,166.00 is a pretty sweet deal, and that's if you don't care about the anchor engraving.

The SRT is like $50 and can easily be put in.

I put the SRT in mine, and put the grips from Elite Dark on mine. Called it a day. I couldn't ask for more.

BY FAR the MK25 has the most practical features per dollar than most SIGs.
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the legion is all about hype. if you put all the goodies in a standard, that would be ideal instead of paying the rediculous $1200-1300

I bought my X-five for that price....just FYI

so look at what your really buying. more gun? ...or more.........style points?

long time sig fan, but that series is just a little too much for what it is


Try finding an X-Five for those prices these days. Used X-Five's run in the $1800 range. At least what i've come across at Cabela's.

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