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Assuming you are buying brand new, if you are looking at elite vs legion, you will get the legion color, optics cut, and x ray night sights instead of sig light night sights. It will cost you about $300 more. When you register your legion you will also get a soft pistol case and challenge coinI am looking at buying a Legion series pistol. Why should I choose it over a non-Legion Sig? I've done research and watched videos but I end up getting more confused.
Can some one enlighten me?
As far as I know the Legions use the same SRT sear as the Elites, so reset should be the same.IIRC, the Legions have an improved trigger with shorter reset.
I have a 229 Nitron and 226 Legion and 220 Legion and my trigger finger isn’t sophisticated enough to notice the difference.
Nice gun! Is that take down lever original to the gun or an aftermarket?I wanted a P220 in 10mm. So, I went with the Legion.
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And in addition to what’s already been said, an extra magazine is included with Legion purchases.Some features by way of diminishing significance:
One could buy another SIG and customize as needed but time and inclination are short. Always on the shortlist of range guns, both 9 and 10. This guy recently aired a Legion review, giving it a distinct 'thumbs up'. Pretty good from a discerning shooter.
- a fantastic stock trigger: very good DA, excellent SA, SRT
- G10 grips - fit and texture are excellent
- X-ray sights
- trigger undercut
- smaller controls, tail
I can confirm they do.That undercut, oh, I love the undercut. It is what sold me on the Legions. Then IIRC the late model Elites have the undercut now.
Bought one new late last year that came with a solid guide rod and Legion trigger.Also, do the Elites come with solid guide rods?