SIG Sauer have expanded their LEGION series of pistols with the introduction of a single action only P220 LEGION in 10mm. The new pistol has black G10 grips featuring the SIG LEGION medallion as well as having the emblem engraved on the slide. The pistol also ships with three 8rd magazines.
Here’s what SIG Sauer had to say about the new P220 LEGION:
SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to announce the expansion of the LEGION series of pistols with the SIG SAUER P220 LEGION 10mm SAO.
“The P220 was the pistol that started it all for modern day SIG, and the introduction of the P220 LEGION 10mm SAO brings new features to a SIG classic,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “This is a single action only pistol giving it a lighter trigger pull, combined with the increased energy of the 10mm round, for more power and performance. On top of that, we’ve added the exclusive SIG SAUER LEGION series features and enhancements, which really takes it to the next level, putting a modern twist on this SIG classic.”
The SIG SAUER P220 LEGION 10mm SAO is a full-size, hammer fired pistol, featuring a Legion Gray stainless steel slide and frame, with X-RAY3 Day/Night Sights, and an ambidextrous manual safety. LEGION enhancements include a solid steel guide rod, enhanced checkering on the front strap and under the trigger guard, front cocking serrations for easy slide operations, black G-10 checkered grips with LEGION medallion inset on the grips, LEGION Chevron engraved on the slide, and includes three (3) 8-round magazines.
Here are the specs for the P220 LEGION 10mm SAO:
- Overall Length: 8.8in.
- Overall Height: 5.5in.
- Overall Width: 1.5in.
- Barrel Length: 5in.
- Sight Radius: 7in.
- Weight (incl. magazine): 44oz.
- Magazine Capacity: 8rd steel mag
- Grips: Black G10
- Finnish: Legion Gray
The new P220 LEGION 10mm SAOs are shipping now and you can find out more about the pistol over on SIG Sauer’s site.
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