Found a great article about choosing a Legion. This is one of the best articles I’ve come across in regard to the DA/SA or SAO debate.
WHICH LEGION SHOULD I GET: DA/SA OR SAO
Looking for a good comparison between the DA/SA P226 and P229 Legion’s?
Check out this 12 minute review on YouTube. It hits all the highlights the discerning gun enthusiast is curious about. Wouldn’t it be nice to own two Legions!?
One of two variants of the P226, Sig’s Legion in Dual Action/Single Action (DA/SA) is a full size elite hand gun. With a barrel length of 4.4″(112mm) it measures at an overall length of 7.7″(196mm) and weighs in at 34oz(964g).
The Legion Gray PVD finish coats the alloy frame and stainless steel slide complete with the custom high checkered G-10 grips with signature Legion emblem. This P226 also has a solid steel guide rod. The frame has a reduced and contoured elite beavertail and enhanced checkering on the front strap and relieved under trigger guard. A compliment to holstering is the low profile slide catch and decocking levers.
The DA/SA version of this Legion has a 10.0/4.4lb trigger pull via an enhanced action with Grayguns Intermediate Reach Adjustable Short Reset Trigger (SRT).
In regard to accessories, the P226 Legion DA/SA includes X-RAY™ Day/Night Sights, three magazines and incorporates a picatinny rail.
You can find this variant chambered in 9mm, .357, and .40S&W with capacities of 15 rounds for the 9mm, and 12 for the .357 and .40S&W.
MSRP for this premier firearm is $1,428 but can be had for a bit less on various dealer websites.