SIG SAUER Introduces Ground-Breaking Innovation with the SIG SAUER P320 XFIVE Legion


NEWINGTON, N.H.-( SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to introduce ground-breaking innovation to the P320 pistol, and the expansion of the SIG SAUER Legion Series of pistols with the SIG SAUER P320 XFIVE Legion. The pistol features the exclusive TXG grip module developed by SIG SAUER engineers with a patent-pending process by infusing tungsten into the polymer material providing the weight of steel with the flex of polymer. Additionally, this is the first striker-fired pistol to be introduced to the Legion Series of pistols.

“We are really excited about the introduction of the SIG SAUER P320 XFIVE Legion to the market because it embodies the forward-thinking SIG SAUER mindset when it comes to product development,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “The P320 XFIVE Legion is defining innovation and changing the game for competition pistols, and it’s these exclusive features that are designed to enhance the shooting experience that our Legion members have come to expect from us. The grip module is heavier, substantially reducing felt recoil and muzzle flip, and the newly developed trigger reduces pull weight by up to 30% for a crisp, fast shooting experience – and that’s just the start.”

The SIG SAUER P320 XFIVE is a 9mm striker-fired pistol, with the TXG tungsten infused heavy XGrip module, a Legion Gray PVD Slide with lightening cuts, 5” match grade bull barrel, and a lightened and skeletonized trigger. The recoil assembly of the P320 XFIVE Legion has been upgraded to include a one-piece stainless steel guide rod and a 14lb. 1911-style spring, plus an extra 12lb. spring, allowing the end user to easily adjust the recoil spring for a customized shooting experience. The pistol comes optic ready and is compatible with a SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO1PRO Optic or a standard DeltaPoint Pro Optic, features Dawson Precision® Fiber Optic front and adjustable rear sights, and comes with three 17-round magazines with anodized aluminum Henning Group base pads.

The Legion Series pistols are an exclusive product line developed by SIG SAUER based on input from elite shooting professionals, and designed to exceed the expectations of the serious shooter. The SIG SAUER Legion is an exclusive members-only access program available to owners of the SIG SAUER Legion Series of firearms. Upon registration of any Legion Series firearm, members receive a complimentary case, a challenge coin matched to the firearm, exclusive access to Legion gear and merchandise, and receive exclusive communications from SIG SAUER and the Legion.

To learn more about the SIG SAUER P320 XFIVE Legion, watch Pistol Product Manager Phil Strader explain the innovative features of this pistol.

P320 XFIVE Specs:

  • Total length: 8.5”
  • Barrel length: 5”
  • Weight (incl. magazine): 43.5 oz.
  • Height: 5.8”
  • Width: 1.6”
  • Sight Radius: 6.8:

The SIG SAUER P320 XFIVE pistol is now shipping.


SIG SAUER, Inc. is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms, electro-optics, ammunition, airguns, suppressors, and training. For over 100 years SIG SAUER, Inc. has evolved, and thrived, by blending American ingenuity, German engineering, and Swiss precision. Today, SIG SAUER is synonymous with industry-leading quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens. Additionally, SIG SAUER is the premier provider of elite firearms instruction and tactical training at the SIG SAUER Academy – a world class, state-of-the-art, 140-acre training facility. SIG SAUER is headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire, and has more than 1,700 employees across eight locations, and is the largest member of a worldwide business group that includes SIG SAUER GmbH & Co. KG in Germany. For more information about the company and product line visit:

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“Groundbreaking”.. Hype train in full effect here.


I love my Sig Sauer guns. I would NEVER own a glock. I had glocks. Got rid of every o e of them.

Wayne C Richard

I wonder what the reasons for recall will be on this one? Since they came to America their products are kind of crappy.


I prefer my Smith and Wesson M&P 2.0Performance Center as my daily carry and range gun.


Yeah….they probably felt the same way in Australia, Canada, Britain, New Zealand… You guys are ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. Those writers at Ammoland are PARONOID! And if you REALLY BELIEVE nobody wants to take all your guns I got some swamp property down here in Maryland I’ll sell ya really cheap!


Yea they been sayin Obama was gonna take my guns away. Nope.


If Trump looses in 2020 , it will be the beginning of mandatory buy back program ; first with Ar’s & AK’

Jared K Reviea

So is it no longer modular? If it is, will they offer the same frame for the P320?

Harvey Weinerman

Ammoland should stick with good technical articles like this one, and stop posting the political bs crap about politics. Nobody is taking anybody’s guns away, and nobody is trying to crush the 2nd Amendment. Time to stop the fear mongering and get a life.


Yeah…there seems to be a lot of that BS going around from all sides. It would appear they think we are interested in hearing it, all the time, from all sides, during all waking moments…STOP!

Pandering with this kind of disinformation is losing you the integrity you used to have as journalists and supporters of our rights. You seem to think bombarding us with sniveling commentary is protecting our 2nd, when in reality you are betraying your 1st.

Where are the adults when you need them?




If you don’t like what Ammoland puts out here for us to read is not what you want then I would suggest you quit reading it. Simple logic.

Wild Bill

@Tcat, how could this one not know that the appearance of legitimacy is required prior to the confiscations? Apparently his supervisory troll did not include that in the propaganda points.


Nobody is trying to crush the 2nd? You must not live in California.


California or should I say Republic of California is a different animal like Chicago is. I have conceal carry permits that are good in most place but not in those 2 places. Just saying. Good luck trying g to take the guns away. I isn’t EVER going to happen. Hitler did that and look what happened. NEVER AGAIN!!!!


California should be their own country…lol

Wild Bill

@OV, Yeah, California is not anything approaching a republic, anymore. Lots of good and decent people in CA, but their government has been taken over and subverted into that “different animal” , alright.


Get back to the CNN press room, Harvey. You STINK of FAKE NEWS


You tell them good buddy. Only signed up to this site for the killer sales, if I wanted politics I would tune-in to the news, enough already. This site seems to get distracted from firearms , onto politics, then everyone with a political grip and bone to chew, throws their 2 cents in..As I told my friend the other day, do NOT talk about politics with me anymore because the conversation always goes side-ways, gets negative and becomes unproductive. Kind of like listening to drunks argue in a bar. I like to stay on a positive note, so my day… Read more »

The Revelator

Also a 1911 guy here.

While I can see merit in some of the technology used here, its still not my thing. I’d rather go out and get an XDM in 10mm. If this is what YOU like however, by all means help yourself.

James Orth

I love the innovations and the ease of recoil spring changes. I am a 1911 guy, but would love to own one of these.
Have to start saving, or sell one or two of the 1911s to fund the purchase!


Sportsmans list this at $899

Bill Brandon

I can only imagine how well that balanced with the tungsten in the frame. I can’t wait to get my hands on one.


No mention of the price, says allot…

Bill Brandon

You’re paying for quality and performance.


Probably starts around $500.00 and goes up from there.

Larry Babel

I have 7 sig sauer hand gun I wouldn’t part with either one of them

Floyd Barnett

Thank you