SIG Sauer P226 Legion vs Walther PPQ M1
Put handguns head to head to compare caliber and more.
|Handguns||SIG Sauer P226 Legion||Walther PPQ M1|
|Action||Single/Double||Striker Fire Action|
|Caliber||9x19mm Parabellum||9x19mm Parabellum|
|Gun Type||Semi-Automatic Pistol||Semi-Automatic Pistol|
|Brand||SIG Sauer||Walther Arms|
|Reviews||See 14 Reviews||See 37 Reviews|
SIG Sauer P226 Legion
Sig Sauer's Legion series has a Legion Gray PVD finish on the slide and frame which has a reduced and contoured elite beavertail and is relieved under the trigger guard (XFIVE Contour). Legion also has enhanced checkering on front strap and under trigger guard, low-profile slide catch and decocking levers, and custom, high checkered G-10 grips. The Legion series features GRAYGUNS Intermediate Reach Adjustable Trigger, enhanced action with SRT, a solid steel guide rod, and is topped off with Sig Sauer Electro-Optics X-Ray3 High Visibility Day/Night Sights. (3) 15rd steel mags.
Walther PPQ M1
The PPQ has returned by popular demand and has remained a classic. The PPQ Classic sports a truly ambidextrous magazine release. The trigger is the best of any striker-fired handgun with a safety lever and a short reset. Loved by many, the PPQ Classic is one of the best self-defense handguns available today. Specifications: Weight: 21.6 oz. # of Mags: 2 Overall Length: 7.1" Additional Info: 100% Pre-Cocked Striker Additional Info: Cross-Direction Textured Grip Additional Info: Front & Rear Slide Serrations