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Oh, wow. Congrats! I'd love to pick one up sometime but they aren't cheap. Considering my P226 SAO Legion can shoot under 1" groups at 25 yards I can only imagine how accurate an X-Five is!
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 · (Edited)
I was finally able to get the Sig X-Five to the range today (went with my 14-year old son--which is always good).

My overall impression is extremely positive. I really like the looks of the pistol--with the stainless steel, nill grips, and almost 50 oz empty, it makes an impression. It feels very good and substantial in the hand.

The trigger is very nice--light pull, crisp break, not much travel, and good reset. And it's a tack driver--she shoots where you point her (smooth shooting with very little muzzle flip).

Here are a few pics from the range trip today (lighting was poor--so the phone pics aren't very good).


X-Five with its fellow German P7M8

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Sphinx 2000 and obligatory 1911 pic--TGO-1

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Very nice.

You are going to really grow to love that one. Sweet, sweet Springer, too.
 
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I was able to shoot the Sig X-Five again yesterday. I continue to be very pleased with the pistol--it's a "keeper."

This was a magazine of 18 rounds from seven yards (solid grouping except for the few flyers).
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