Sig Sauer’s P226 X-Five Competition Pistol

Sig Sauer’s P226 X-Five Competition handgun is already starting to dominate the competitive shooting world.

 Editor’s Note– TACTICAL-LIFE.COM was just in New Hampshire testing all of Sig’s newest offerings, including this P226 X-Five Competition pistol.  Check back with us to see video coverage of all the new products Sig is introducing for 2009!!!


Designed to dominate in the fast-paced world of IPSC shooting, the P226 X-Five is already a proven winner in competition with Germany’s Max Weigand capturing the Super Senior Division titles at the 2004 IPSC European Championships and the IPSC World Shoot in 2005. The X-Five’s 5” slide and cold hammer forged barrel deliver stunning accuracy. Capable of sub-two inch groups at 50 yards, it redefines speed and accuracy. The X-Five Competition model features all-stainless construction, ergonomic beavertail grip, standard single-action trigger, ambidextrous thumb safety, magwell, adjustable sights and polymer grips.

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  • Allen Nickles

    Ronnie Conrad how much for both of your Sigs? Contact me here

  • Ronnie Conrad

    Oh I’ve got 2 Sigs a 226 in 9mm & 220 in .45acp & I’m not impressed with either. Want to buy one cheap?

  • Ronnie Conrad

    Asif…$ MSRP $2,000.00 NOT worth it. For that I can my dream pistol which is a Wilson Combat FULL CUSTOM Which will shoot 1 1/2 in. groups @ 50yds.

  • hi

    this gun is a butiful i like a gun but i need the price ?