Sig P320 X-Five Legion Review [2019 + Video]

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Looking for a hint about what we thought? The new X-Five Legion P320 is my new IPSC/3-Gun competition pistol.

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P320 X-Five Legion

~$900

at Brownells

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Reliability: A+
Customization: A+
Accuracy: A+
Ergonomics: A+
Value: A+

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Final Grade: A+

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Sig p320 X-Five Legion Background

The Sig p320 series of pistols are truly modular firearms wherein the internal chassis is technically the “firearm” and all of the external components (including the grip housing) are merely parts and they are ALL interchangeable.

This means that a shooter with one p320 chassis can have a pistol in a subcompact configuration with a small frame and a short slide and then easy swap parts to convert it into a full size pistol. There are varying sizes, widths, caliber, and even feature levels – for example, there are X-Series versions which feature upgraded parts like improved flat triggers and a unique geometry to the grip housing.

The p320 pistol won the recent Army contract and is now the new sidearm for US forces.

There have been plenty of p320 models in the past few years – my favorite (until now) being the p320 X-Carry (full size x-frame grip module with a medium length slide).

The upgraded full-size p320 is the X-Five series p320 and the Legion series of each Sig firearm is an upgraded model with unique pro-inspired features. This new gun is the upgraded upgraded p320… and we LOVE it.

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P320 X-Five Legion Features And Changes

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Unlike most polymer pistols, the p320 X-Five Legion takes interchangeable 1911 style springs so shooters can tune the gun how they want!

2. SKELETONIZED X-SERIES TRIGGER
It’s like cheating.

3. TUNGSTEN INFUSED POLYMER
True innovation! This has the forgiveness of polymer with the weight of steel. It’s the new standard.

4. MAG WELL
A mag well to aid reloads that is just the right size.

5. ADJUSTABLE TARGET SIGHTS AND OPTIC READY
This bad boy is ready to take a red dot optic if you’d like to use one and it has AWESOME iron sights if you don’t.

6. SLIDE LIGHTENING CUTS
Reduce reciprocating mass and lower the center of gravity allowing for faster follow up shots.

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P320 X-Five Legion Review – Our Take

This is quite possibly our favorite gun we’ve reviewed. It’s not that it’s the best gun for every purpose (it’s not), but rather I am very critical of guns and even guns that I love I am able to find something that could be changed or a feature that doesn’t quite “do it” for me.

Although the p320 X-Five Legion has a specific use as a competition/range pistol… I love every single thing about this. HUGE kudos to the product manager in charge of this gun. Every thing is right and I wouldn’t change anything.  Seriously – bookmark this page for proof that I can find a gun where I can’t nitpick even one flaw.

 

 

This Sig P320 X-Five Legion CLEARLY wins editor’s choice for competition-ready handguns. Although I love this gun, it is not suitable for concealed carry and it might be too heavy for duty use.

sig x5 legionBefore I shot this gun, Phil Strader (yeah, that guy) insisted that I shoot a standard p320 first to remind myself what the recoil felt like. I shot a few rounds of the standard p320 and then he handed me the p320 X-five legion to shoot. I giggled. Yes, that’s right, my first reaction was to laugh at how awesome it felt!  If I find the video, I’ll put it here for you below.

Let’s run through what we love about this gun:

Steel Guide Rod: By using a one-piece steel guide rod, Sig was able to add some weight to the front of the gun to reduce muzzle flip and it allows for something really cool that is all but unseen on stock polymer/striker fired pistols: the ability to change 1911 style recoil springs so that the gun can be tuned to your particular load!

p320 legion xfiveSkeletonized X-Series Trigger: The flat x-series trigger is awesome (although it took me a while to get used to). The trigger in this gun is clearly an upgrade over standard triggers and it competition ready out of the box.

Tungsten Infused Polymer: Huge huge huge kudos to Sig for thinking outside the box on his one! Sure, you can add weights to a polymer frame on other pistols (even p320s) but adding tungsten powder INTO the polymer mixture is revolutionary.  It adds tons of weight with just the right balance. You get the recoil control of a steel gun with the recoil forgiveness of a polymer gun – best of both worlds!

Magwell: Often, magwells are obnoxious. This magwell, however, is just the right size. It’s big enough to allow for fast reloads and to give a nice rest for the bottom of my grip hand while being small enough to be manageable.

Sights/Optic: As all new guns should be, the Sig X-Five P320 Legion is optic ready for the red-dot sight of your choice. And if you prefer iron sights, it has an awesome set of adjustable iron sights.

Slide Lightening Cuts: These make the slide lighter and faster. This results in less reciprocating mass to allow for faster follow-up shots and it lowers the center of gravity for easier recoil control.

X Five Legion5 Compressed
X5 320 Legion2 Compressed
320 X5 Legion3 Compressed
320 Legion4 Compressed
X Five Legion5 Compressed

This pistol just BEGS to be shot and someone would have a hard time convincing me that there was a better out-of-the-box competition ready pistol available. I have ZERO reservations in admitting that the P320 X-Five Legion is my new competition gun because it solves every single issue I have with every other gun I use.

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Sig P320 X-Five Legion Pros and Cons

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Report card

ReliabilityRuns and runs and runs

A+

AccuracyMore accurate than me

A+

CustomizationInterchanges with all p320 systems components and tunable springs

A+

ErgonomicsThis thing feels great in the hand and just begs to shoot fast!

A+

ValueEverything you need to have a fully set-up competition pistol – in one box!

A+

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Final Grade: 

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Sig p320 X-Five Legion Specifications

Caliber9mm
Capacity17 Rounds
Overall Length8.5 in
Overall Height5.8 in
Overall Width1.6 in
Barrel Length5 in
Sight Radius6.8 in
Weight w/ Mag43.5 oz

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NAME vs NAME

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GUN Maintenance and Cleaning Process

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Tools mentioned in the video:

  • Special Cleaning Kit
  • Preferred Oil

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    12 Comments

    • Stan
      Posted May 21, 2019 10:43 pm

      Good comp gun, but not much of any other use. I’ll stick with my X Carry.

    • Ian
      Posted May 23, 2019 3:00 pm

      How can polymer be forgiving? Have you seen all the blown up polymer frames? Just buy a steel cz Shadow. Problem solved.

    • Jody
      Posted May 24, 2019 4:20 pm

      Interesting gun. I can tune my Glock recoil spring and have with a 13lb spring in my g35 for competition. Do like the idea of a heavier gun and it comes completely competition ready. May have to check my local dealer about availability of one.

    • Phillip
      Posted June 19, 2019 3:04 pm

      So you are trying to tell me that the difference between the regular X5 and the X5 legion is the weight of the gun and less capacity. I hope the X5 legion will be the same price as the regular X5 because it would be pointless to pay more money for more weight and less rounds when most people are trying to make their guns weigh less with more rounds.

      • Bill
        Posted January 13, 2020 2:57 pm

        Actually, a heavier gun is more desirable for comp.

    • Wade Harper
      Posted August 2, 2019 6:42 am

      In your review …”the Sig X-Five P320 Legion is optic ready for the red-dot sight of your choice.”
      That is an overtly incorrect statement. The Legion, like the M17, has a very specifici and unforgiving mount footprint and hardware limitations that limit the choice of optics without some form of modification/alteration or plate that would basically preclude cowitness.
      Finding the perfect drop-in optic has proven extremely time consuming and challenging. Between false information, poor advice and inaccurate compatibility claims, I have had to even return a Sig brand optic.
      Finally, according to one tech at Sig, the P320 X5 Legion only accepts two optics as drop in compatible. One of those has not even been released to the market yet (not until late summer 2019).
      So, red-dot sight of your choice?
      No, far from it!

      • Ryan Cleckner
        Posted August 2, 2019 7:08 am

        Excellent (and correct) point! I’ll change the article. It is compatible with Delta Point Pro footprint red dots – which, as far as I know, is now the most popular footprint for the most number of red dots.

    • Cj
      Posted August 5, 2019 8:58 pm

      I just want everybody to know I bought a new Sigg legion 320 X5 had it one week already broken take down lever broke right in half not even 100 rounds in the gun wonder if this is going to be an issue with all of them

      • BERT THE BUILDER
        Posted November 17, 2019 12:58 pm

        Great article, no nitpicking. The gun feels amazing, i have a black one its amazing. But when hold the legion theres magic. The trigger so superior to the black xfive. Little take up n reset, half the pull weight for sure. Infact crisp break outta the box..usually u have to 1k rds threw a p320 forbrhebtrigger to become perfect. I should have waited for this, everything is improved on the inside like the m17. My m17 is nearing 7k rds with one failure wGG rod n 14lb spring in, once u switch you would never gonback. After feeling this ive ordered a new rod for my xfive. Eventually ill buy this…i love sig sauer p320s. Glock kids sorry but if u want perfection you need a p32p. These guns are made so well. Just compare the 2guns inhand visually. Sigs are better in everyway. Ibdont care that the bore is lower, most pop comp is 1911. Grip angle is to extreme to control recoil..shame. p320s are it, they are it now. Sig sold more guns the past couple yrs too so that means something too. Thank God for the army deal. All the extra RnD. Is producing the best guns m ever!

      • BERT THE BUILDER
        Posted November 17, 2019 1:16 pm

        Haha how could you mange that? I have thousands a rounds threw many different p320s never a problem with any part N i run them as hard as k possibly can. U probably it so the take down wont turn back, because of the aftermarket guide rod.

    • cliff
      Posted November 14, 2019 6:53 pm

      This sig is frigin AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Bryan
      Posted December 6, 2019 11:07 am

      This gun looks awesome. I have almost 12k rounds through my bone-stock P320 X5 without a single failure. Super accurate and fun to shoot. Can’t wait to get my hands on a new Legion.

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