Sig Sauer is releasing a revised version of the Rattler pistol chambered in .300 Blackout. At a quick glance, we're only seeing a change to the design of the brace.
Sig has been quietly releasing some really nice new products to support their firearm platforms. We'll be posting some additional updates in the next week or so but this post will focus on Sig's new MCX bags.
There are two MCX bag variants with a total of three colors for each variant. The part numbers are as follows:
- BAG-MCX-BLK - Black MCX Rifle Bag
- BAG-MCX-DEPLOY-BLK - Black MCX Deployment Bag
- BAG-MCX-FDE - Flat Dark Earth MCX Rifle Bag
- BAG-MCX-DEPLOY-FDE - Flat Dark Earth MCX Deployment Bag
- BAG-MCX-GRY - Gray MCX Rifle Bag
- BAG-MCX-DEPLOY-GRY - Gray MCX Deployment Bag
We just received word that Sig Sauer is releasing a variety of new firearms based on existing lines. Also coming are some new accessories.
Something that stands out is the addition of keymod rails on various rifles as well as the MPX. Sig is using -km in the part number to denote keymod. Also note that the MPX Carbine is official (16" barrel).
Interestingly the P226 9mm Equinox is back on the list. That pistol was available for order in 2014 and then pulled from the first 2015 price list but is now back on the most recent price list.
Also coming are gray P320 / P250 grip shells!
Prices listed are MSRP. Continue reading
Below is a quick video of Sig's MCX which we were able to demo at Sig's Range Day event at SHOT Show 2015.
The MCX is a very modular rifle offering the ability for the end user to change calibers (with a barrel / bolt swap), handguard, and stock easily. The upper can be installed on a mil-spec AR-15 lower and doesn't require a buffer or buffer spring and this allows for the flexibility in folding / telescoping stocks.
We've known for some time now about the MCX (Mission Configurable Weapon System) thanks to Sig's Instagram account. Sig Sauer is making it more official now though and we're seeing a lot of information become available. For those familiar with Sig's 556 line, the MCX is much like an evolution to that line. The 556 requires a proprietary lower (and the upper is serialized instead of the lower) but it is a short stroke piston system. The advantage to the MCX is that it will run on a regular AR-15 lower. Continue reading