First Look: SIG Sauer Legion Series Knives

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posted on December 11, 2019
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Hogue Knives is rolling out the latest knives from its partnership with SIG Sauer, building on SIG's Legion Series of handguns. Previously only available to members of the exclusive SIG Sauer Legion Club, these knives are the perfect match for a SIG Sauer Legion series firearm, or anyone who appreciates the custom design and construction of these exclusive blades.

The SIG Legion series mimic the same traits of ruggedness, performance and painstaking attention-to-detail that are the defining features of SIG Sauer’s Legion firearms, such as identical chevron medallion, matte-black hardware, checkered frame texture and grey Cerakote blade finish. The SIG Legion Series knife line has a wide array of sizes, blade shapes, frame options and mechanisms, from fixed blades to folding pocket knives, tactical blades and even a tomahawk. The MicroFlip models in the SIG Legion Series are the first of their kind to feature G10 scales to reduce overall weight and allow more grip than the standard anodized aluminum grips.

In addition to the Legion Series of knives, Hogue has also rolled out the new Tactical Series line of knives. This line includes the same features that complement SIG Sauer firearms found in the Legion Series. However, a SIG Sauer logo medallion is embedded into the frame to substitute the Legion chevron medallion. Just like the Legion Series, the Tactical Series line of blades includes manual and automatic knives, as well as fixed blade and tomahawks.

More information on Hogue Knives and the SIG Legion line is available at hogueknives.com.

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