SIG Sauer Announces the Legion Series of Enhanced Products

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posted on October 6, 2015
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SIG Sauer introduces the Legion Series, a new line of enhanced SIG products with custom features influenced by operators in the field.

For decades, SIG Sauer has provided the dependable, accurate and rugged firearms professionals have needed. Over the past four years, SIG has worked with these elite users to give them the features they want.

Starting with the legendary P226 and P229 platforms (on gun store shelves now), the Legion Series offers enhanced features. SIG plans on offering Legion Series models across their entire spectrum of products, from handguns to rifles, optics to silencers and more.

But there's more to it than just an exceptional firearm. Once consumers buy a Legion, they are invited to call and register for the Legion. As a thank you, they will receive a custom Thermo-Mold case and challenge coin for their specific gun.

As members of the Legion, these owners will gain exclusive access to a vast array of products and communications from SIG Sauer. Some of the industry's premier manufacturers have joined with SIG to offer exclusive products, only for Legion members.

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