This is a discussion on First Shots within the Legion Series forums, part of the SIG Sauer Pistols category; Hey Guys, I am new to handguns (bought one for the apocalypse 🙂. I purchased a sig p320 x5 legion. I had been looking for ...
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|05-09-2020, 04:02 AM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2020
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I am new to handguns (bought one for the apocalypse 🙂. I purchased a sig p320 x5 legion. I had been looking for a basic handgun class for a lesson on proper safety and shooting basics. Well it took a few weeks to find a class with all this pandemic **** going on. I have been practicing dry firing and taking internet classes. Anyway, I had my class last night and was actually able to shoot my new gun. Instructor was great and liked my lesson. Felt very comfortable with using firearm by the end of the lesson. After finishing my first magazine my slide did not stay open so we changed springs and that fixed that issue. I did get a bit frustrated though. My shot groupings we’re constantly to the left. Every grouping. Instructor worked through several different things with me (eye dominance (I’m left eye right hand), grip & trigger pull. Nothing seemed to move my grouping to the right. Hmmm. Finally the instructor had tried my gun and wallah his group while much tighter was also to the left. He then tried his sig p320 and dead *** bullseye. He apologized for not catching it sooner and said he could get that fixed the next time I come in. Had some time left in the class so I continued to fire and slightly aimed to the fight of the bullseye and boom perfect. Think I’m hooked. Looking forward to getting this fixed and continue to train and practice. I will say that I had done so much dry fire practice a couple of times I racked my slide after I fired and ejected a live round just because I was so use to racking the slide after every shot of dry fire. I need more live fire practice 🙂
|05-09-2020, 09:28 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2015
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Nice choice for an apocalypse pistol! I’ve had mine since the end of January and was able to get out a few times before ranges were shut down in my state. It’s such a nice shooter. I mounted a Romeo 1 Pro on it. Getting it sighted in will be easy... Enjoy shooting it!
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|05-14-2020, 08:52 PM||#6|
Join Date: May 2020
Location: Rockwall, Texas
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Itís worth it, I have a Romeo 3 Max red dot sight mounted on mine. It rocks. Tip on spring, I have had no issue with the 14lb spring which is what came with it, just need to watch the ammo you run through the gun.
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|05-22-2020, 04:25 PM||#7|
Join Date: Mar 2020
Location: Lower MI
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I purchased mine in December and had heard about the different springs from watching you tube. I installed the lighter spring since new and have been shooting 115 and 124 grain blazer brass with no issues. It is a outstanding pistol. Just installed a romeo 1 pro on it but have not sighted the optic in yet.