2021 New Releases - P320 Max, X-Carry Legion

rudukai13

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https://soldiersystems.net/2021/01/18/sneak-peek-sig-p320max/

The SIG SAUER P320MAX is a 9mm striker-fired pistol optimized for competition at the highest levels, specifically in the Carry Optics division. The pistol is built around the TXG tungsten infused heavy XFULL grip module with a flat skeletonized trigger. The SIG Custom Works P320MAX slide was completely redesigned with custom wrap-around serrations for ideal side and top manipulation and is fit with a 5” match grade bull barrel, one-piece stainless steel guide rod, and both a 14lb. and 12lb. 1911-style recoil spring, allowing for an easily customized shooting experience. The pistol comes standard with a SIG SAUER Electro-Optics 6MOA ROMEO3MAX, and 4EA 21rd Steel Magazines

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https://soldiersystems.net/2021/01/19/shot-on-demand-2021-sig-product-spotlight-p320-xcarry-legion/

The SIG SAUER P320 XCARRY LEGION is a 9mm striker-fired pistol, with the TXG tungsten infused heavy XCARRY grip module and attached magwell, a Legion Gray PVD Slide, a suppressor ready ½ x 28 standard threaded barrel, and a skeletonized trigger. The pistol comes optic ready and is compatible with a SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO1Pro Optic or a standard DeltaPoint Pro Optic, features fully
adjustable XRAY3 day/night suppressor sights, and comes with three 17-round magazines with anodized aluminum Henning Group base pads
 

Stanislao

Member
Why the extra long barrel on the XCarry Legion? That seems to be a common thing with threaded barrels for SIGs and I cannot understand why.
 

rudukai13

Pro Internet User
Why the extra long barrel on the XCarry Legion? That seems to be a common thing with threaded barrels for SIGs and I cannot understand why.

My understanding is it’s something to do with how far the barrel travels rearward during cycling before unlocking from the slide and making sure there’s enough clearance for a suppressor in front of the frame
 

rudukai13

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Apparently they’re also releasing a Commemorative M18 variant. Because...Whatever

Sig Sauer's new Commemorative edition M18 has the same components, coatings, and markings as the military-standard 9mm pistol.

“The M18-Commemorative is an exciting release for the commercial market, and much like the M17-Commemorative will be coveted by members of the military, veterans, collectors, and firearm enthusiasts alike,” said Tom Taylor, Sig's chief marketing officer and executive vice president, commercial sales. “Only 5,000 of the M18-Commemorative pistols are being manufactured and include all the required modular handgun system markings including the U.S. Army’s unique identifier (UID) and Sig Sauer Cage Code, making the M18-Commemorative identical to the pistol currently in service with the U.S. military.”
 

rudukai13

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They’re expanding the P365 lineup with the P365X Romeo0 and a 380ACP P365 as well:

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rudukai13

Pro Internet User
Next up looks to be the AXG Classic model, black anodized module with walnut grips and backstrap:

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rudukai13

Pro Internet User
Looks like they’re adding the P365 to the Custom Works FCU/Studio program:

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The P365 Custom Works Fire Control Unit (FCU) brings an unprecedented level of customizability and personalization to the micro-compact carry platform. From grip modules, magazines, custom slides, barrels, optics, and accessories, you can configure you P365 in thousands of different ways to personally customize your pistol to your specific carry needs using the all new P365 FCU Studio.


 
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