In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reviews the SIG Sauer P365 AXG Legion. In the world of micro-compact pistols, the SIG P365 has been a game-changer. Its thin, lightweight design and impressive capacity have made it a favorite among concealed carriers and everyday pistoleros alike. But what happens when you take the P365 to the top? Enter the SIG P365 AXG Legion.
The SIG P365 AXG Legion is the ultimate expression of the P365 platform. It takes everything that makes the P365 great and elevates it to new heights. The AXG Legion features an all-metal grip module, a custom XSERIES flat skeletonized trigger, and an integrated expansion chamber that mitigates recoil. It also comes with XRAY3 day/night sights and three 17-round magazines.
The all-metal grip module is one of the most significant upgrades on the AXG Legion. It provides a more comfortable and secure grip, especially for those with larger hands. The grip module also features a beavertail that helps to prevent slide bite. The custom XSERIES flat skeletonized trigger is another notable feature of the AXG Legion. The integrated expansion chamber is a game-changer for the P365. It mitigates recoil by redirecting expanding gases downward, making the pistol much easier to control. SIG’s XRAY3 day/night sights are some of the best in the business. They are bright and easy to see in any lighting condition, making them ideal for both day and night use. And of course – capacity. The AXG Legion comes with three 17-round magazines.
Is the SIG P365 AXG Legion the pinnacle of micro-compact pistols?
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Source link: https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2023/11/29/best-carry-pistol-ever-the-sig-p365-axg-legion/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rss by James Reeves at www.thefirearmblog.com